Festival-goers will be heading to Warrington this weekend to attend the much-loved music festival Neighbourhood, taking place on the 25th and 26th May. A collective of artists is performing at the festival with headlining acts being the well-known singer-songwriter George Ezra, still riding high from recent hit Pretty Shining People earlier this year. Alongside is ex-lead singer of The Verve Richard Ashcroft, headlining the Sunday.
There are over fifty bands and artists to pick and choose to watch this year, covering a range of different genres. A few bands to be named for this year that may be on your list are You Me At Six, Pale Waves, The Vaccines, Slaves and with her famous song, Foundations, Kate Nash. It’s time to plan who you’ve been excited to see and who you can’t miss. With multiple stages at the festival, let’s hope your favourites don’t clash!
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Food and drink are not permitted to be taken onto the site. But no worries, there will be bars spotted around the festival for all those queuing up for a pint and a bite to eat. The festival gates are set to open at 12:30 with the festival finishing at 22:30 for both nights. There will be music being played till late on both the main stage and stage two. The Neighbourhood Weekender is a non-camping event, so make sure to work out your travelling arrangements prior to the festival. You can find out more information on the best travelling routes to the festival here.
Last year, the festival sold out in just four hours. This year, there are still a few tickets left to get your hands on to be a part of the returning festival. The maximum number of tickets that can be bought per person is four.