Neighbourhood Weekender 2023: How to get tickets, ticket resale and refunds

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With Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 kicking off in just a few weeks, we explain how you can get you hands on tickets to the festival

Warrington is getting ready for this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 festival, which will see thousands of fans gather for two days of music magic. Topping the bill this year are Sheffield legends Pulp together with Paul Heaton, The Kooks, Self Esteem and many more.

But with only a few weeks to go until the festival kicks off on May 27, some may still be without a ticket despite wanting to attend one of the first festivals of the season. ManchesterWorld has put together an explainer on how you can get your hands on tickets, whether they be weekend tickets or day tickets.

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When is Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 and where is it taking place?

Neighbourhood Weekender is a two-day festival in Warrington, Cheshire, close to Sir Thomas Boteler School. The festival takes place between Saturday May 27 and Sunday May 28.

Are there tickets still available and how much do they cost?

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 tickets are available via three official vendors, Gigs and Tours, SEE Tickets  and Ticketmaster, and availability may vary depending on the vendor. As of April 27, only resale tickets are available on Ticketmaster, which may cost more than face value, so it is worth checking you different options before purchasing.

  • The face value cost of tickets (plus any booking and service fees) are:
  • Saturday – £66.50
  • Saturday VIP – £127.50
  • Sunday – £66.50
  • Sunday VIP – £127.50
  • Weekend (Sat & Sun) – £127.50
  • Weekend (Sat & Sun) VIP – £235

Can I sell my ticket and get a refund?

Pulp is one of the headliners at this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender.Pulp is one of the headliners at this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender.
Pulp is one of the headliners at this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender.

There are a few different ways you can sell your tickets should you no longer be able to make it to the festival. Ticketmaster lets you sell your tickets via the ticket exchange service, making it available as a resale ticket for someone else hoping to go.

SEE Tickets lets you sell your tickets via the Fan to Fan Marketplace, which can be found here. Other options include Twickets, which Gigs and Tours use as their official reseller.

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Please note that with any of these options, you will not get any money back until your ticket has been sold, and there is therefore no money back guarantee.

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