Neighbourhood Weekender has confirmed the second waves of artists joining the huge festival along with stage splits.

Added to the lineup are Zuzu, Lauren Hibberd, Gang of Youths, The Snuts, Nasty Cherry (who will be headlining at Manchester Academy 3 on 29 February 2020), The Hara, Cassia, Dylan John Thomas, Lona Talk Show and The K’s.

They join the likes of Ian Brown and Catfish And The Bottlemen at Neighbourhood Weekender.  Also playing at Neighbourhood Weekender 2020 are The Big Moon (who recently supported Bombay Bicycle Club at Victoria Warehouse), The Wombats, Sam Fender Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Shed Seven, Miles Kane, The Coral and Tom Walker who will take to stage alongside a host of indie heavyweights, including Sundara Karma, Fontaines D.C. Reverend and the Makers and Pale Waves.

The Big Moon at Victoria Warehouse - 3 February 2020

The Big Moon at Victoria Warehouse – 3 February 2020

Neighbourhood Weekender will be split across three stages featuring huge acts, breaking new bands, local concessions and a unique community feel.

Returning to Neighbourhood is the infamous Cornershop providing some of the best tunes across the weekend from local DJs and The NBHD Inn with Karaoke, pub quiz and more.

When does Neighbourhood Weekender 2020 take place?

Neighbourhood Weekender 2020 runs from 23-24 May 2020.  The festival takes place at Victoria Park, Warrington.

Who is performing at Neighbourhood Weekender 2020?

Saturday 23 May:
Main Stage
Ian Brown
Sam Fender
Shed Seven
Pale Waves
The Coral
The Magic Gang
The Sherlocks
The K’s

Second Stage:
Fontaines D.C
Reverend & The Makers
Gang Of Youths
The Murder Capital
The Big Moon
The Snuts
Love Fame Tragedy
The Lathums

Viola Beach Stage:
The Orielles
The Mysterines
The Reytons
Lauran Hibberd
The Goa Express
The Hara

Sunday 24 May 2020:
Main Stage:
Catfish And The Bottlemen
The Wombats
Miles Kane
Tom Walker
The Lightning Seeds
The Pigeon Detectives
Fickle Friends

Second Stage:
Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Sundara Karma
Sea Girls
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Sports Team
Red Rum Club
Nasty Cherry

Viola Beach Stage:
Working Mens Club
Phoebe Green
Dylan John Thomas
Alfie Templeman
Talk Show George Cosby