We know you’ve probably got your plans for Glasto in place, but before you dot the Is and cross the Ts, we’re throwing another spanner in the works. Here are some more must-see acts for Glastonbury 2022. However, if you do stumble down a rabbit hole or… just stumble, then they’re all playing at Neighbourhood Festival on Saturday 1st October across Manchester’s city centre.
The Goa Express @ William’s Green – 1.30pm Friday
Burnley’s finest will take to the famed William’s Green tent at lunchtime on a Friday. The perfect band to kick off your weekend with.
Rachel Chinouriri @ Greenpeace – 3.30pm Friday
Friday’s line up at the Greenpeace stage is composed of all women and non-binary artists, including Rachel Chinouriri who performs at 3.30pm.
Brooke Combe @ Left Field Stage – 5pm Friday
Fancy something a little more chilled out? Brooke Combe will be bringing the vibes to the Left Field Stage at 5pm on Friday. At Neighbourhood Weekender, she whipped out an Arctic Monkeys cover, will she do the same at Glasto?
Alfie Templeman @ William’s Green – 8.30pm Friday
After the release of his highly-anticipated debut album, Alfie Templeman will have the William’s Green tent rocking on Friday night.
Seb Lowe & Tom A. Smith @ Left Field Stage – 3pm Saturday
Seb Lowe and Tom A. Smith will take part in Glastonbury’s famous The Radical Round Up with Billy Bragg at 3pm on Saturday afternoon. This one is not to be missed!
The Snuts @ William’s Green – 8.30pm Sunday
What better way to end your weekend than with Scotland’s finest performing at the William’s Green tent at 8.30 on Sunday evening.
Remember, if you miss any of these lovely lot at Glastonbury, they’re all performing at Neighbourhood Festival on Saturday 1st October across Manchester’s city centre. Tickets available HERE.