Neighbourhood Weekender comes to Warrington

The team behind the Neighbourhood Festival have annouced something special today..
Introducing a brand new festival for 2018… Neighbourhood Weekender, taking place at Victoria Park Warrington on 27th & 28th May. #NBHDWKND18

SJM Concerts, which is run by former Woolston High student Simon Moran, will be hosting the event ‘featuring some of the biggest bands and hottest new artists’ on three stages on the bank holiday weekend of May 26 and 27.

Details of the headliners were announced on the Gordon Smart evening show on Radio X, with Liam Fray from Courteeners his special guest.

There will be around 25,000 tickets on sale each date with a total of around 50 acts performing.

Victoria Park has a history of hosting high profile music events including the first V Festival in August 1996 and Radiohead played there in a big top in 2000.

Promoters Luke Temple and Jack Dowling, from SJM Concerts, said: “Neighbourhood Weekender is already shaping up to have a great line-up.

“Victoria Park is the perfect space to host our new festival. We can’t wait to come back for what is going to be an amazing weekend of live music across three stages along with a hub of food and drinks on offer.”

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  • For more information visit nbhdweekender.co.uk
  • A spokesperson from Golden Square who organise the Warrington Music Festival has said that “We fully intend to continue with Warrington Music Festival and at this moment we are currently trying to find that suitable date in the calendar in order to allow both festivals to take place. As soon as we are in a position to confirm we will advise further”.
  • WArringtonMusic.co.uk will be bringing you all the details over the coming weeks and months as we receive them. Who do you want to see play?
 Could one of these be headlining Warrington Music Festival? (Article from August pre Neighbourhood Weekender naming)
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