Neighbourhood Weekender announces the next wave of artists for 2020 festival


Neighbourhood Weekender is the biggest indie festival in the North West, taking place on 23rd and 24th May in Warrington’s Victoria Park. 

Split across three stages, it brings together the biggest acts and breaking new bands in one place. 

Artists confirmed to perform this year’s festival so far include The Wombats, Sam Fender Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Shed Seven, Miles Kane, The Coral and Tom Walker.

And now the festival has confirmed its next wave of artists, revealing that Gang Of Youths, The Snuts, Zuzu, Cast, Nasty Cherry, Lauran Hibberd, The Hara, Cassia, Dylan John Thomas, Lona, Talk Show and Warrington’s own The K’s will join headliners Ian Brown and Catfish And The Bottlemen this summer. 

(c) Jill Furmanovsky

Further indie heavyweights due to appear on the festival line-up include Sundara Karma, Fontaines D.C., Reverend and the Makers and Pale Waves. 

Following performances at last year’s Neighbourhood Festival, Dylan John Thomas, Lauran Hibberd and Talk Show are also heading to Warrington alongside Charli XCX proteges Nasty Cherry, Liverpool’s Zuzu and London’s Lona. 

Also returning for 2020 is the famous Cornershop, who’ll be bringing the best tunes across the weekend from local DJs, as well as the NBHD Inn with karaoke and a lively pub quiz. 


Stone Roses frontman and solo artist Ian Brown will headline on the Saturday night with support from Shed Seven and Sam Fender, whilst Catfish and the Bottlemen will close the festival with a headline slot on the Sunday night. 

Ticket prices start at £57.50 for a day pass and £110 for the whole weekend, with VIP packages also available including dedicated entrances and food traders, a VIP Bar, chill out area, posh toilets and a viewing platform to the main stage. 

There are also coach packages available from Manchester through Big Green Coaches. 

Tickets for Neighbourhood Weekender are on sale now. 



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