2020 is cancelled… Is it 2021 yet?
Following the cancellation of 2020’s Neighbourhood Weekender festival as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, organisers are set to return with a bang next year – adding an extra Friday date to the event for the first time ever, meaning more dates to party and more amazing acts.
Running since 2018, the festival has a track history of providing an incredible line-up, and 2021 is set to be no different – with none other than Ian Brown headlining on the Saturday, and Catfish and the Bottlemen on the Sunday.
Recently added to the line-up is Gerry Cinnamon, who’ll be headlining the brand new Friday date, with acts such as Circa Waves, The Zutons, Jade Bird and Orla Gartland also performing.
Other highlights over the weekend include Sam Fender, The Coral, Reverend and the Makers, The Wombats and Miles Kane, with an on-site pub, gin and tonic garden, a number of gourmet food vendors, funfair and even a Cornershop Rave to enjoy, too.
The popular indie festival will take place over the May bank holiday weekend at Victoria Park in Warrington, and tickets are on sale now. If you already have tickets and fancy heading over for the Friday night antics, too, organisers have created a £25 upgrade ticket which will allow access for the extra date.