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Here is the lineup for Neighbourhood Weekender 2022, The Manc

Here is the lineup for Neighbourhood Weekender 2022

Courteeners, Kasabian, Blossoms and loads more are set to play Victoria Park next May.

Warrington’s Neighbourhood Weekender has revealed the dates and lineup for next May. 

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The weekender will take over Victoria Park again on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May 2022, marking the start of the summer. 

Manchester’s own Courteeners and Blossoms will be heading up the bill, as well as DMA’S and Becky Hill and Tom Grennan.  

On the Saturday, the Courteeners appearance will be the band’s first since they headlined the first Neighbourhood event back in 2018. 

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Across the two days, there will also be sets from the likes The Lathums, Sports Team and Inhaler – all of whom will make their return following their stellar performances in this year’s event. 

Kasabian will have the job of bringing the weekender to a close, too. This will follow a highly anticipated sold-out tour of intimate venues coming this autumn. 

Here is the lineup for Neighbourhood Weekender 2022, The Manc
Neighbourhood Weekender will be back on 28 and 29 May 2022. Credit: Anthony Mooney

As well as the all the big names, you’ll find plenty of up-and-coming talent from across the UK, including Pixey, Kynsy and Wet Leg. So, there’ll be plenty of new music to discover across the two-dayer. 

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And if you love a bit of The Beatles, the ‘world’s premier Beatles band’ The Bootleg Beatles will also bring the iconic Beatles catalogue to life. 

The full first wave of artists just announced includes: 

Saturday 28 May 2022               

  • Courteeners 
  • DMA’S 
  • Becky Hill 
  • The Lathums 
  • The Fratellis 
  • Example 
  • Jamie Webster 
  • The Snuts 
  • Wet Leg 
  • Brooke Combe 
  • Kynsy 
  • Tommy Lefroy 

Sunday 29 May 2022  

  • Kasabian 
  • Blossoms 
  • Tom Grennan 
  • Pale Waves 
  • Inhaler 
  • The Amazons 
  • Cast 
  • Starsailor 
  • The Bootleg Beatles 
  • Pixey 

Whilst this year’s edition had to be pushed back to September due to COVID-19 restrictions earlier in the year. But the festival will resume its usual May-time dates for 2022 with loads more artists yet to be announced.  

Secure your tickets from 9.30am on Monday 27 September here.

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Featured image: Tom Martin

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