Introducing Dork’s stage at the year’s Neighbourhood Festival, featuring Lauran Hibberd, Lovejoy, some VERY special guests and more

We're heading to Manchester this October for some festival fun.

Next weekend, Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival takes over the city for a multi-venue extravaganza of the best new and alternative music, and Dork is going to be joining them for the ride.

On Saturday, 1st October, we’re taking over Gorilla for a line up featuring a whole bunch of Dork faves present and future. From our besties Lauran Hibberd and Ten Tonnes, through to super exciting newcomers Lovejoy, and some special guests we’ll be announcing later who you do not want to miss, there’s something for everyone.

The full line-up reads:

Far Caspian – 9.10pm – 9.55pm
Sir Chloe – 8.10pm – 8.40pm
The Skinner Brothers -7.10pm – 7.40pm
Lauran Hibberd -6.10pm – 6.40pm
Special Guests TBA – 5pm – 5:40pm
The Covasettes – 4pm – 4.30pm
Ten Tonnes – 3pm – 3.30pm
Pastel – 2pm – 2.30pm
Corella – 1pm – 1.30pm
Lovejoy – 12pm – 12.30pm

They’re part of a larger bill, including headliners The Snuts, Everything Everything and Sundara Karma, plus the likes of Alfie Templeman, Baby Queen, Dylan, STONE, Gracey, The Goa Express, Courting, DellaXOZ, L’objectif, Nell Mescal, Priestgate, Sophie May, Tom A. Smith, The Dinner Party, Wunderhorse, Youth Sector, Wax Works and loads more.

There’s also a new batch of names announced today – you can catch the likes of King No One, Big Image, Chilli Jesson, Danny Ado, Edie Bens, Manta, New Divide, Redolent, Ruti, Splint, The Kairos, The Lanks, The Native and The Utopiates too.

Neighbourhood Festival takes place on Saturday, 1st October. You can grab tickets here.

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