Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is just a few days from kicking off at Victoria Park in Warrington. Festival goers are set to travel from all over the country to enjoy a weekend of great music.
Over 25,000 are set to attend the festival on Saturday (May 27) and Sunday (May 28), with limited tickets still available for the event.
Festival goers are preparing for two days of dancing outdoors to acts including headliners Paul Heaton and Pulp. There is no camping at the festival, so it’s important to know how you will travel to the event ahead of the weekend.
With just days to go, the full line-up and stage times have been revealed giving festival goers a few days to plan their weekend. Four headliners will take to the Main Stage and The Big Top stage, including Paul Heaton and The Wombats on Saturday and Pulp and Anne-Marie on Sunday.
When will Anne-Marie perform at Neighbourhood Weekender?
Anne-Marie is set to perform at Neighbourhood Weekender on Sunday night and will be the last performer on stage, closing the festival. The 32-year-old from East Tilbury will be headlining the Big Top stage at 9.10pm
The singer will be on stage for an hour and fifteen minutes, with her set ending at 10.25pm. The festival will then close at 10.30pm
Anne-Marie for Neighbourhood Weekender setlist predictions
An official setlist for Anne-Marie has not been confirmed ahead of Neighbourhood Weekender 2023. However, looking at her past festival performances gives a good indication of what can be expected from the singer.
According to Setlist.fm, Anne-Marie performed at Highest Point Festival last week, here’s what the singer entertained the crowds with:
- SAD B!TCH
- Tell Your Girlfriend
- Don’t Leave Me Alone
- Our Song
- Kiss My (Uh-Oh)
- Baby Don’t Hurt Me
- Ciao adios