Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

Student Music Network Preview: By Caitlin Hyem

If you’re a fan of indie or pop music, we’ve found the perfect festival for you…

Neighbourhood Weekender will be returning to Warrington’s Victoria Park on Saturday 27th May, 2023. 

The Saturday headliners are The Kooks and Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, and on Sunday, Britpop icons Pulp will be headlining.

Sugababes, Inspiral Carpets, The Wombats and many more will also be performing on Saturday. 

When The Wombats announced they would be playing at Neighbourhood Weekender, they said: “So ready to be back in a field starting sweaty mosh pits with you legends again!!

Self Esteem, Everything Everything and Kula Shaker are amongst the 25 acts on the bill for Sunday 28th May.

The line-up features a variety of upcoming bands and artists, three of whom were included in the Student Music Network’s Class of 2023 - Stone, Bonnie Kemplay and Dolores Forever.

As well as the live performances, DJ sets will be hosted by Liverpool’s popular club night Sh*t Indie Disco, Katie Owen and James Glover.

This year, Neighbourhood Weekender have introduced a new event that will kickstart the festival on Friday 26th May. Live At The Big Top’s line-up features Ian Brown, Happy Mondays, Cast and CVC.  

Neighbourhood Weekender is a non-camping event. It’s very convenient for those living in the North West of England, as it’s only 18 miles from Liverpool and 19 miles from Manchester.

Tickets are available now on Gigs and Tours, See Tickets and Ticketmaster. The day tickets cost £74.15, and the weekend tickets cost £140.25.

Could this be the best way to spend the Spring bank holiday weekend? We think so. 

To buy tickets, click here.

Images taken from Neighbourhood Weekender Website and owned by Neighbourhood Weekender.

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