Monday, November 14, 2022

Neighbourhood Weekender announce an extraordinary line-up to start the 2023 festival season. Including the return of Pulp!

Neighbourhood Weekender will return to Warrington next May with an absolutely incredible line up! The go to festival for indie music lovers will see the likes of Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot, The Kooks and The Wombats headline in Victoria Park all in one night on Saturday 27th May 2023. Not to mention the long-awaited return of Pulp which will be an unforgettable experience for festival goers on Sunday 28th May!  

As well as the extraordinary headliners at Neighbourhood Weekender, every other artist and band will make this a festival you do not want to miss out on! On Saturday, the likes of The Enemy, Reverend and the Makers and Scouting for Girls will take to the stage at Victoria Park to give fans the astounding performances that these bands are so well known for. If you’re looking to find your new favourite band/artist, I suggest going to see Stone. A local Merseyside 4-piece band who make hard hitting and loud alt-rock music which will sound epic at a festival! A set you certainly don’t want to miss! As well as all the bands listed already, you can see artists such as Jamie Webster, a folky/indie singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Liverpool. The Saturday line-up alone makes this an iconic festival for the 2023 music scene. 

On the Sunday before Pulp return to the stage, you’ll get to see pop sensations Self Esteem and Anne Marie as well as the extensive rock band, Everything Everything, to name just a few! An incredible live band, Gang of Youths will bring their inspiring and energetic sound to Warrington on Sunday also. My recommendation for your Sunday line-up is Australian band, Confidence Man. Chaotic, charismatic, and pure joy is the only way to describe them. If you want to dance this is the band for you! Confidence Man are one of the best live acts out there and seeing them in Warrington next May is something you need to put on your bucket list!  

To close the festival in the best way possible, Neighbourhood Weekender will provide fans with the highly anticipated return of Pulp. The art rock band from Sheffield are back after 8 years and fans cannot wait to hear the classics such as ‘Common People’ next May. It’s safe to say that Neighbourhood Weekender will start the 2023 festival season in the best way possible. A line-up this perfectly sound and staggering does not come around often which makes this festival line-up one that’s too good to miss!   


Alice Mason 


Image: Official Neighbourhood Weekender Line-up Poster 

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