The North West’s huge indie festival, Neighbourhood Weekender, will return this September at Warrington’s Victoria Park.

The huge event will see artists including Catfish and the Bottlemen, Miles Kane, Sports Team, Zuzu, The Mysterines, The Big Moon and more performing.

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Neighbourhood Weekender is set to run from Friday 3 September until Sunday 5 September 2021, rescheduled from May 2021.  All tickets remain valid for the new dates and those no longer able to attend should contact their ticket agent to arrange a refund.

For the first time Neighbourhood Weekender will run across three days with a huge main stage only show on Friday night, headlined by Gerry Cinnamon.

James, one of the most well renowned, creative, and much-loved live acts will replace Ian Brown as the Saturday night headliner. The band have just announced the release of their 16th studio album, All The Colours Of You, which will be released on 4th June. Since their breakthrough single in 1991, Sit Down, James have released 15 studio albums, selling over 25 million copies in the process, and performed countless headline shows and festivals across the world.


Who is performing at Neighbourhood Weekender 2021?

Friday 3 September

Gerry Cinnamon
Circa Waves
Jade Bird
Orla Gartland

Saturday 4 September 2021

Sam Fender
Shed Seven
Pale Waves
Easy Life
The Coral
Reverend & The Makers
The Magic Gang
The Sherlocks
The Orielles
Gang of Youths
The Murder Capital
The Big Moon
The Snuts
The K’s
Love Fame Tragedy
The Mysterines
The Hara
Lucy Blue
Heidi Curtis

Sunday 5 September 2021

Catfish and the Bottlemen
The Wombats
Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Miles Kane
Sundara Karma
Tom Walker
Lightning Seeds
Sea Girls
Sports Team
The Pigeon Detectives
The Lathums
Working Men’s Club
Red Rum Club
Alfie Templeman
Dylan John Thomas
Phoebe Green
The Goa Express
The Clause
Lauran Hibberd
Talk Show
George Cosby