Neighbourhood Weekender 2023: line-up and how to get tickets to see The Wombats and The Kooks

Pulp, Ocean Colour Scene and Sugarbabes will also be performing at the Warrington festival
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The North West is blessed when it comes to music festivals, and the announcement of Neighbourhood Weekenders lineup. The festival, which is located less than 20 miles away from Manchester in Warrington, is star studded for the upcoming year.

Taking place on the far side of the River Mersey to Manchester, the festival is easy to get to and tickets are on sale now. Amongst the headliners are the bands Pulp and The Kooks.

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Other stand out names on the bill include Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott and the Wombats. These two groups will perform at Victoria Park on Saturday May 27, 2023.

Amongst the lineup for Sunday May 28 is Ella Henderson and The Reytons. To see a full breakdown of the festival’s lineup, visit the official Neighbourhood Weekender Festival website. 

The 2023 festival will take place on Saturday May 27 and Sunday May 28.

How to get tickets to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023

Tickets for the Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 are on sale now. Saturday, Sunday and full weekend tickets can be purchased through the official festival website.

Ticket prices are listed below:

  • Saturday – £66.50
  • Saturday VIP – £127.50
  • Sunday – £66.50
  • Sunday VIP – £127.50
  • Weekend (Sat & Sun) – £127.50
  • Weekend (Sat & Sun) VIP – £235

How to get to the festival from Manchester

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Warrington Bank Quay station is approximately a 45 minute train journey from Manchester Piccadilly. One of the train operators on the route is Transport for Wales.

Warrington can be reached on around a 45 minute car journey. This is a journey which will take you via the M62 motorway.