The list of confirmed acts appearing at the free two-day Warrington Music Festival has been announced with an impressive line-up of headliners and emerging talent from Warrington and across the North West. The festival in partnership with Golden Square and Warrington BID will see Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape will headline the festival on Saturday 4th… Read More Saturday night at Warrington Music Festival: What you need to know
WARRINGTON MUSIC FESTIVAL LINE-UP ANNOUNCED! Warrington Music Festival is back! Working in partnership with the Warrington BID, Golden Square are proud to bring you a bank holiday weekend bursting full of live entertainment! Tickets for Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape, The Farm, FEZ and Clint Boon were snapped up in just four hours! REMEMBER, You need… Read More Shaun Ryder is back at Warrington Music Festival!
Having announced they would be playing at the Parr Hall this month as a warm up to their Royal Albert Hall show, DOVES have sold out of all tickets within FOUR minutes. Tickets went on sale at 10am this morning, Tuesday, and were snapped up immediately by fans. Doves previously played at the Parr Hall… Read More Doves sell out Parr Hall warm up ahead of Royal Albert Hall show
[WAM] Festival returns this Friday (15th March). Here is everything you need to know! Tickets are limited on SeeTickets here but we expect you will be able to pay on the door at The Auction Rooms (Legh Street). Line up on the night includes The Tea Street Band, FEZ, Pacific and just announced Alan Triggs. Doors open at 7pm,… Read More [WAM] Festival: The Tea Street Band – Everything you need to know!
[WAM] Festival kicks off this Saturday (9th March). Here is everything you need to know! Tickets are strictly limited with JUST over ten tickets remaining on SeeTickets here. Line up on the night includes Man & The Echo, The Bid, Pink Shirts For Pale People and Junior Dayvis. Doors open at 7pm, first act on… Read More [WAM] Festival: Man & The Echo – Everything you need to know!
Fans of The Proclaimers need not get those walking shoes out as they’ll be returning to Parr Hall this August. Sunday 4 August 2019, doors 6.45pm, starts 7.30pm, £34.50/£32.50 Parr Hall, Palmyra Square South, Warrington, WA1 1BL Tickets and information 01925 442345 parrhall.culturewarrington.org Everyone’s favourite Scottish twins will be calling at Warrington on Sunday 4 August and… Read More No need to walk 500 miles to see The Proclaimers – just visit Parr Hall
Following on from The K’s being announced for Neighbourhood Weekender on Wednesday, David Morgan from Warrington Guardian caught up with front man Jamie Boyle to talk about their incredible rise, and what it’s like to face the prospect of playing a huge Festival just a few miles away from home. Read the interview online now.… Read More Jamie from The K’s speaks to Warrington Guardian about Neighbourhood
Celebrate 50th anniversary of classic album when The Doors Alive return to Warrington Sat. 14 September 2019, doors 7pm, starts 7.30pm, £15 Pyramid, Palmyra Square South, Warrington, WA1 1BL Doors fans can celebrate the 50th anniversary of classic album The Soft Parade this September when The Doors Alive perform at Pyramid. The Doors Alive are widely regarded… Read More The Doors Alive return to Warrington for 50th anniversary of ‘The Soft Parade’
Neighbourhood Weekender in Victoria Park has just got a whole lot bigger and now includes some hometown heroes. The May bank holiday Festival yesterday announced the second wave of artists joining the line up for 2019. The Futureheads, White Lies and The Twang are among the names to be added to this year’s bill. Sunday… Read More 2nd Wave of bands announced for Neighbourhood Weekender
Headlining The Auction Rooms on Thursday 21st March are Serratone. They will be joined at [WAM] Festival by Guerilla Skyz, The Lotts and we can exclusively announce Hollow Vandals will be joining the bill for a HUGE night of the hardest hitting music from the north west. Tickets on sale here: We recently ventured over to Newton Le Willows… Read More New Music: Live Version of Serratone’s Black Walls