Neighbourhood Weekender 2023: When is Victoria Park event, how to get tickets, weather forecast and line-up

With two-day festival Neighbourhood Weekender almost here, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know ahead of the Victoria Park event

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Neighbourhood Weekender is almost here and 25,000 people are set to descend on Victoria Park in Warrington for a weekend of great music. The event is headlined by Paul Heaton and Pulp, with appearances from Anne-Marie, The Kooks and The Wombats.

A full line-up for Saturday and Sunday has been announced, with it set to be a brilliant weekend for festival fans. The festival has no camping and will close at 10.30pm on Saturday night before reopening the following day, so knowing how you will travel to and from the event is key to a smooth weekend.

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We’ve rounded up everything you need to know ahead of the festival:

When is Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 runs across Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28. Gates will open to the festival at 11.30am on both days, with people being asked to leave the park by 10.30pm.

On Saturday, the first act on the Main Stage will be Brooke Combe, who will kick off the festival at 12.40pm, with Paul Heaton and The Wombats being the last acts of the Main Stage and Big Top Stage for the day.

On Sunday, Moncrieff will start the day’s performances on the Main Stage at 12.25pm with Anne-Marie and Pulp closing out the festival.

How to get tickets to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

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Tickets are still available for Neighbourhood Weekender 2023, although they are now in limited supply. Three official vendors, Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours and See Tickets all still have tickets available on their websites.

Prices of the tickets have risen slightly as the festival is now just days away, with a day ticket costing £74.15 and a weekend ticket £140.25.

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Neighbourhood Weekender is just days away - here’s everything you need to know

What is the line-up for Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

Neighbourhood Weekender has a packed weekend of great music planned with headliners Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Pulp and Anne-Marie. A full line-up for all three stages can be found on our handy line-up guide, but here is the main stage line-up for Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday May 27

  • Brooke Combe - 12.40pm - 1.10pm
  • Cassia - 1.40pm - 2.10pm
  • Scouting for Girls - 2.40pm - 3.10pm
  • Sugababes - 3.40pm - 4.20pm
  • Jamie Webster - 4.50pm - 5.30pm
  • Ocean Colour Scene - 6pm - 6.45pm
  • The Kooks - 7.15pm - 8.15pm
  • Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott - 8.50pm - 10.20pm

Sunday May 28

  • Moncrieff - 12.25pm - 12.50pm
  • The Bootleg Beatles - 1.10pm - 2.10pm
  • Kula Shaker - 2.40pm - 3.10pm
  • Ella Henderson - 3.40pm - 4.20pm
  • Gang of Youths - 4.50pm - 5.30pm
  • Sea Girls - 6pm - 6.45pm
  • Self Esteem - 7.15pm - 8.15pm
  • Pulp - 8.50pm - 10.20pm

What is the weather forecast for Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

The weather for this weekend (May 27-28) is set to be nice and warm in Warrington for Neighbourhood Weekender 2023. An hour-by-hour weather forecast has also been provided by the Met Office to ensure festival goers know exactly what to expect across the weekend.

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Saturday (May 27) will be a sunny day overall with cloudy conditions making their way across at about 6pm. It will be slightly breezy but will be warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperatures are set to reach 20C with low temperatures of 12C.

On Sunday (May 28), the weather will be cloudier with less chance of sunny spells. It will however remain mild with high temperatures of 19C and lows again reaching 12C.

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