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The first batch of names for Neighbourhood Festival 2019 are in

Miles Kane will take one of the headline slots, alongside some Dork faves like The Big Moon, Easy Life, Ten Tonnes, Sports Team, Bloxx and Alfie Templeman.
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Published: 11:36 am, June 11, 2019
The first batch of names for Neighbourhood Festival 2019 are in

The first line-up announcement is in for this year's Neighbourhood Festival.

The one-dayer returns to Manchester on 12th October, taking place across over 15 venues with more than 100 bands.

The first batch of names includes one of the headliners, Miles Kane, as well as some Dork faves like The Big Moon, Easy Life, Ten Tonnes, Sports Team, Bloxx and Alfie Templeman.

There's also The Blinders, PINS, VANT, The Academic, HMLTD, Giant Rooks, Good Cop Bad Cop, Lady Bird, Aeris Roves, Be Charlotte, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, Cildcare, Declan J Donovan, Do Nothing, Drug Store Romeos, Dylan John Thomas, Far Caspian, Harry Marshall, Heavy Lungs, Heavy Rapids, Hotel Lux, Inhaler, Julia Bardo, Just Mustard, Kid Kapichi, Lauran Hibberd, Matilda Man, Molly Payton, Moses (what, like OUT OF THE BIBLE? - Ed), Orchards, Oscar Lang, Otherkin, Phoebe Green, Red Rum Club, Sick Joy, Social Contract, Sophie & The Giants, Spinn, Talk Show, The C33's, The Illicits, The Pale White, The Reytons, Walt Disco, Witch Fever, Working Mens Club, Wovoka Gentle and Wuh Oh.

Tickets for the festival go on sale at 10am on June 13th.

You can check out all the 'deets' in the poster below.

The first batch of names for Neighbourhood Festival 2019 are in

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