With festival season truly underway, we’ve taken a look at how our Neighbourhood Festival artists are getting on out in the fields this year, picking out some of our highlights so far. Remember, you can see all of these artists on one day on Saturday 1st October. Tickets on sale now!Buy Tickets
Brooke Combe’s Arctic Monkeys cover gets people going at Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington, in May.
Baby Queen takes selfies with fans after her energetic set on The Big Top at Neighbourhood Weekender.
Burnley’s finest, The Goa Express head to Worthy Farm for a stellar set at Glastonbury.
Seb Lowe and Tom A. Smith share Glastonbury’s Left Field stage, specially selected by Billy Bragg for a mid-afternoon Radical Round-Up.
The Snuts open for James at Castlefield Bowl, Manchester, as part of Sounds of the City. They performed songs from their forthcoming album, Burn The Empire, with plenty of people getting down early to see what the fuss was all about.
Heidi Curtis opens for Sam Fender at Castlefield Bowl, Manchester in July as part of Sounds of the City.
The Snuts, Dylan, Brooke Combe, Alfie Templeman, The Skinner Brothers, Stone, Rianne Downey all put on a show up in Glasgow for TRNSMT. We had massive FOMO, but thankfully a load of clips are now online, see our highlights below:
Alfie Templeman gets things going at TRNSMT, performing ‘Candyfloss’:
Dylan John Thomas’ Scottish homecoming on the main stage was a special moment:
Dylan has been everywhere this summer. Straight after finishing her stadium tour with Ed Sheeran, she headed up north to join the party at TRNSMT.
Neighbourhood Festival takes place across Manchester’s city centre on Saturday 1st October.Buy Tickets