Neighbourhood Weekender stage times: What time to arrive at the festival and when headliners will finish

If you’re heading to Neighbourhood Weekender 2023, here’s a list of key times you’ll need to know
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Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 is just a week away and the official timings for the festival have just been released. To make sure you know when to get there and when you’ll need to leave, we’ve put together all the key times and dates.

Over 25,000 people are set to descend onto Victoria Park in Warrington for a weekend full of great music. With lots going on, it can be easy to lose track of the time.

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We’ve looked at when gates open and close and what times the first and last acts will take to the stage. This year, Neighbourhood Weekender will be headlined by Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Pulp and The Kooks.

When does Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 start and finish?

Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 runs across Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28. On Saturday the first act on the Main Stage will be Brooke Combe who will kick off the festival at 12.40pm.

The last act to perform on Saturday (May 27) will be The Wombats on The Big Top stage, whose set ends at 10.25pm. Paul Heaton, who will be headlining the Main Stage on Saturday will be finished at 10.20pm.

On Sunday (May 28), Moncrieff will start the day’s performances on the Main Stage at 12.25pm. Anne-Marie will be the last on stage with her set ending at 10.25pm. Headliners for Sunday, Pulp, will finish their set on the Main Stage at 10.20pm.

Neighbourhood Weekender- what time do gates open?

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There is no camping allowed at the event so festival goers will have to leave on Saturday night before returning on Sunday. Gates to the festival open at 11.30am, with the event finishing at 10.30pm both days.

If you’re travelling to and from the event from Manchester, it’s worth checking local bus times and the train schedule.