One of the biggest Indie music festival returns to the north west of England this year. The Warrington Neighbourhood Weekender, like most festivals, was cancelled in 2020 , but is back this year with a powerhouse line up and a new extended three day format running from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th September.
The festival kicks off in rousing style on the Friday evening with Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Cinnamon, who topped the UK album chart with “The Bonny”. Support comes from Liverpool’s Circa Waves. Saturday sees James topping the bill and strong support from Sam Fender and Shed Seven. James replace the original Saturday headliner Ian Brown who pulled out earlier in the year. Pale Waves , Easy Life and the Coral also feature in a stellar line up. Welsh Indie rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen bring things to a close on Sunday evening on a day that also features Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot alongside Miles Cane and Sea Girls.
Other bands appearing, in what promises to be an amazing weekend, include emerging artists, Red Rum Club and the Mysterines alongside established bands Reverend and the Makers and the Pigeon Detectives.
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