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Neighbourhood Weekender will no longer take place due to the coronavirus outbreak. All tickets will remain valid for next year's edition, set to take place on 29th and 30th May 2021. You can read the full statement from the festival here.
All Festicket customers will be contacted regarding next steps.
Neighbourhood Weekender is an indie festival inside Warrington's Victoria Park, laying on a weekend of riff-tastic music.
2020's lineup will feature Ian Brown, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Sam Fender, alongside some of the scene's most hotly tipped upcoming artists, giving music fans a chance to discover the next big thing.
Festival-goers can also explore The Neighbourhood, an on-site village showcasing innovative art and street theatre, while interactive entertainment can be found throughout the festival, including the weird the wonderful.
With this Warrington weekender, and their one-day Neighbourhood Festival in Manchester every autumn, Neighbourhood has become an established brand for the indie music scene in the northwest of England, and the UK as a whole.
Neighbourhood Weekender will take inside Warrington's Victoria Park.
Victoria Park, Warrington, United Kingdom
By car: Victoria Park is easily accessible from Warrington town centre on the A50 Knutsford Road. The festival will be clearly sign-posted. Parking will be very limited so the festival encourages the use of public transport where possible.
By train: Warrington has two train stations – Warrington Bank Quay and Warrington Central making it easily accessible from most locations.
The park is around a 20 minute walk from Warrington Bank Quay and a shorter walk from the city centre.
No under 5s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
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