Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 line-up including The Kooks, Pulp and The Wombats

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The Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 line-up has been revealed including The Kooks and Pulp

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is rapidly approaching, with the festival just a couple of weeks away. Warrington is preparing for two days of incredible music which includes performances from Pulp and The Kooks.

The festival is expected to see more than 25,000 people descend on Warrington from across the country for a weekend of great music. Neighbourhood Weekender has a pop-rock genre but there’s also plenty of variety for all music tastes.

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Here’s everything you need to know about the Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 line-up, including the six main acts.

When is Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 and where is it held?

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is scheduled to take place over two days and is just weeks away. The festival will start on Saturday May 27 and finish on Sunday May 28, 2023.

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 will return to Victoria Park in Warrington which is located at the following address: Victoria Park, Warrington, WA4 1HN

Who is headlining Neighbourhood Weekender 2023?

There will be four headlining acts at Neighbourhood Weekender 2023, across two stages. On Saturday (May 27) night, Paul Heaton, who originates from Cheshire, and Jacqui Abbot will headline the main stage with his hit singles Happy Hour and Caravan of Love.

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Liverpool’s own The Wombats will be headlining The Big Top stage on Saturday night. The three piece indie rock band who have hits such as Let’s Dance to Joy Division and Give Me a Try.

On Sunday (May 28), Pulp will be headlining the Neighbourhood Weekend Main Stage. The Sheffield based band are known for their hits such as Common People and Disco 2000.

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is just weeks away with a great line-up Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is just weeks away with a great line-up
Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is just weeks away with a great line-up

Taking to The Big Top on Saturday night will be Essex-born Anne-Marie. The singer first appeared on Clean Bandit’s Rockabye and has since released hit songs such as Ciao Adios and 2002.

What’s the full Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 line-up

The full line-up to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 has been announced just weeks ahead of the festival. Official timings are yet to be announced and will be revealed closer to the time.

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The full line-up to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is as follows:

Main Stage - Saturday May 27

  • Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot
  • The Kooks
  • Ocean Colour Scene
  • Jamie Webster
  • Sugababes 
  • Scouting for Girls
  • Cassia 
  • Brooke Combe

The Big Top - Saturday May 27

  • The Wombats
  • The Enemy 
  • Reverend and the Makers
  • Inspiral Carpets
  • The View 
  • The K’s
  • The Royston Club
  • The Mary Wallopers
  • Courting

Viola Beach Stage - Saturday May 27

  • The GOA Express
  • Stone
  • Rachel Chinouriri
  • Chappaqua Wrestling
  • Stanley’s 
  • Hannah Grae
  • Jacotene 
  • The Joy Hotel
  • Paris Paloma 
  • Reignmaker

Main Stage - Sunday May 28

  • Pulp
  • Self Esteem
  • Sea Girls
  • Gangs of Youth
  • Ella Henderson
  • Kula Shaker
  • The Bootleg Beatles
  • Moncrieff

The Big Top - Sunday May 28

  • Anne-Marie
  • Confidence Man
  • Everything Everything
  • The Reytons
  • The Big Moon
  • The Lottery Winners
  • CMAT
  • Gaz Coombes
  • Heidi Curtis
  • Corella
  • English Teacher
  • James Marriott
  • ModernLove
  • Picture Parlour
  • Bonnie Kemplay
  • Lucy McWilliams
  • Dolores Forever
  • BER
  • Kingfisher

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