6 acts you don't want to miss at Neighbourhood Festival 2017
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There are many benefits to the metropolitan one-day festival... the main being that you shouldn't need your wellies and you can actually have a hot shower that morning or night, rather than aggressively rubbing your legs with half dried out baby wipes. Though sitting in a wet field covered head to toe in mud is still an all time favourite activity for the music fan, it's a nice break to be able to see bands play in the comfort of an indoor venue but without the line-up limitations of someone's headline gig. Returning for its second year, Neighbourhood Festival provides just that. Headlined by psych-rockers Peace and indie kings Rat Boy, 12 of the Manchester's most iconic venues will see over 100 acts grace their stages. That's a heck of a lot to choose from - so here's a low down on ten of the acts that you should definitely work into your probably already tight schedule... and there's still two special guests to be announced. Neighbourhood Festival takes over Manchester on Saturday 7th October. Tickets can be bought HERE. Peace Making their long awaited return to the music scene after a short break following the release of their sophomore album Happy People, psychedelic indie rockers Peace are set to co-headline the festival. Combining a noisy post punk base with thick layers glossy colourful pop, the B-Town pioneers are flippant, raw and unpolished, promising one of the most explosive sets of the day. Billie Marten
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