Neighbourhood Festival: Top 5 Artists To See

Manchester's multi-venue festival Neighbourhood is back for its second year, bringing its biggest line-up to date, with more to be announced very soon. Headlined by Peace and Rat Boy, the festival will be bringing together some of the UK's finest new talent this October. Check out our top five ones to watch at Neighbourhood Festival 2017, and keep an eye out for further announcements coming soon!

Black Honey

The 4-piece band are performing at a mammoth 14 festivals this year, including Glastonbury, Y Not and Reading & Leeds. On top of that, they’re also joining Royal Blood on their UK tour in November. They clearly thrive off performing live, and with the coolest chick in town leading the group, you can’t go wrong.

The Strypes

The group of four young Irish lads have had a hectic four years of touring, showcasing their Rock’n’Roll music. They’ve recently finished recording a new album that’s as yet untitled, and keeping the momentum up before their UK tour in October which will be followed by Japan in November.
The Strypes are the real deal. Bands like this don't come around very often. I feel lucky to have recorded them.” – Music producer Ethan Johns.

Joe Fox

His track, 'Night Walking' was recently featured on the Apple Music Best of The Week playlist. Another track of his, 'What’s the Word' is also now on Vevo. This London lad is certainly getting his name out there, and with the ultra-cool energy he possesses, he’s not one to miss.

Rat Boy

His newest album, 'Scum' is currently available via pre-order and will be launched on the 11th August. He’s also due to appear at Reading & Leeds Festival, making for a busy August for this Essex lad. After a huge UK tour in April/May this year, his headline performance at Neighbourhood Festival will see Rat Boy back on top form.


Quirky, indie, talented. This alternative group have been busy on their own UK tour, and it was so successful that they’ve decided to do another one from September to October. Performing live comes natural to this band of four, and one of their tracks even made it onto The Times Essential Tracks list.

Neighbourhood Festival takes place on Saturday 7th October. Tickets are on sale now!

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This article was a collaborative effort, written together by the See Tickets Marketing team; Georgia, Sarah, Hayley, Callum and Abi.

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