Neighbourhood Festival 2022: date of multi venue Manchester festival - and when can I get early bird tickets?
Manchester’s biggest multi venue festival is back again this autumn
One of the biggest days on the Manchester festival calendar has been announced, and early indications suggest it is going to be a great day of music.
The festival takes place across several venues across Manchester City Centre, and the first pieces of information about the 2022 festival have been released.
Here’s what we know so far about Neighbourhood festival 2022, including when early bird tickets are released and who is in the first wave of announcements.
When is Neighbourhood Festival 2022?
The 2022 edition of the festival is due to take place on Saturday, 1 October at venues across the city.
Who has been announced on the line-up so far?
The festival has so far announced a handful of artists who will perform at this year’s festival.
Amongst these names are The Snuts, Everything Everything, Sundara Karma, Lauran Hibberd and the Royston Club.
There are plenty more acts still to be announced, and to keep up to date with new line-up announcements visit the festival website
Can I buy tickets?
Tickets to Neighbourhood Festival 2022 can be bought through Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours, See Tickets, and Dice.
Early Bird tickets for the festival go on general sale at 10am on Thursday, 26 May.
Prices will be available on the ticket websites when you purchase your ticket.
To buy tickets to Neighbourhood festival 2022, visit the official festival website.
According to Gigs and Tours, tickets will be £33.
How do I get to the festival?
The festival will take place at venues around the city, but the organisers have said that the majority of locations will be around the Oxford Road area.
A spokesperson for the festival said: “We will post a full venue map a few days ahead of the festival and there will be printed maps available on the day of the event.
“Most venues will be situated around Oxford Road, if you’re travelling by train/bus/taxi that will be the best destination to head towards.”
Below are some of the nearest transport stops and hubs to the Oxford Road area of Manchester.
- Manchester Oxford Rd Station (0.1 miles)
- Closest Tram stop: St Peter’s Square (0.4 miles)
- Manchester Piccadilly Station (0.7 miles)
- Manchester Shudehill Bus Station (0.9 miles)
- Manchester Victoria Station (1.0 miles)
- Manchester Airport (8 miles)
What is the festival’s policy on drink and drugs?
A festival spokesperson said: “Neighbourhood operates a zero-tolerance policy on drugs.
“We reserve the right to refuse entry if we feel that you are drunk and/or under the influence of drugs, and no ticket refunds will be issued.
“Illegal and antisocial behaviour will not be tolerated and will lead to ejection from the event without a refund.
“If you are lucky enough to look under 25 you will be asked for I.D to purchase alcohol. The venue reserves the right to refuse service.
“Acceptable ID includes photographic driving licence, British passport, or photographic identification bearing the “PASS” logo and the person’s date of birth.
“Each venue operates their own bag policy/entry restrictions, please check individual venue sites ahead of the festival.”