Warrington’s own Mo Jamil, Manchester Camerata, Beth Ditto and Tom Walker are among the second and final wave of acts added to the Neighbourhood Weekender.
They will join previously announced names including Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Courteeners at the new festival in Victoria Park, Warrington, on May 26 and 27.
Experimental orchestra Manchester Camerata will be performing a set of reworked Motown and Northern Soul classics at the event, joining the Sunday line up along with former Gossip singer Beth Ditto.
Warrington’s own Voice UK winner Mo Jamil will appear on the Sunday while Black Honey, Gerry Cinnamon, Knox Fortune, Sea Girls, The Blinders, Ten Tonnes, Neon Waltz, Anteros, King Nun, Yungblud and Rosborough have also been added to the Sunday bill.
Manchester’s own BBC Sound of 2018 nominee Tom Walker will perform on the Saturday, along with newly-announced acts The Night Cafe, Yonaka, King No One, Redfaces, The Pale White, Touts, Hey Charlie, Wild Front and Blackwaters.
The line up in full, new names in bold. Let us know what you think of the lineup!
Saturday, May 26:
SUNDARMA KARMA (replaces Kodaline)
REVEREND AND THE MAKERS
THE BIG MOON
THE MAGIC GANG
THE NIGHT CAFÉ
KING NO ONE
THE PALE WHITE
Sunday, May 27
NOEL GALLAGHER’S HIGH FLYING BIRDS
THE PIGEON DETECTIVES
THE MANCHESTER CAMERATA PRESENT NORTHERN SOUL & MOTOWN
ANTEROS KING NUN
For more information visit nbhdweekender.com . Limited VIP tickets are still available.