The stage splits for Neighbourhood Weekender in Warrington have just dropped, so planning your festival weekend can begin in earnest.
The huge music event is back at Victoria Park over May 28 and 29, drawing in some massive headliners.
Courteeners, Blossoms and Kasabian are all topping the bill at this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender.
Also headlining in 2022 are DMA’s, Becky Hill, Tom Grennan and the Manic Street Preachers.
There’ll be a host of rising talent performing too, as well as local DJs at The Cornershop and karaoke and pub quizzes at The NBHD Inn.
Manchester quartet Foxglove will open the main stage on Sunday 29 May after winning a competition with RivFest and the River Reeves Foundation.
Here are your stage splits, ticket information, and everything else you need to know for this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender.
More than 95% of tickets for this year’s festival have now sold out, but final tickets are on sale now.
There are still VIP packages available too, which gets you access to a private area with proper loos, hammocks, an undercover bar and its own street food area, as well as a main stage viewing platform.
Two-day weekend tickets are priced at £115, two-day VIP weekend tickets are £220, while single day tickets are £59.50 and VIP single day tickets are £120, all plus booking fees.
Coach packages are also available from official coach partner, Big Green Coach via biggreencoach.co.uk.
Saturday 28 May 2022
Red Rum Club
The Big Top
Dylan John Thomas
Viola Beach Stage
Tom A Smith
The Mary Wallopers
Sunday 29 May 2022
The Big Top
Manic Street Preachers
Scouting For Girls
The Viola Beach Stage
Retro Video Club
The Dinner Party
Sh*t Indie Disco
Set times will be available much closer to the time of the festival.
Where is Neighbourhood Weekender
Neighbourhood Weekender takes place at Victoria Park, on the edge of Warrington town centre.
Sandwiched between Manchester and Liverpool, trains are 30 mins from Oxford Road and Lime Street respectively.
Gates open at 12.30pm, with a 10.30pm curfew on both days.