Neighbourhood Weekender announce change of date and headliner switch



The now-legendary Neighbourhood Weekender has announced the new dates for the 2021 festival which takes place in Victoria Park, Warrington and the news also comes with a change to one of the headliners.

The new dates for the festival will now be 3rd, 4th & 5th September. Gerry Cinnamon heads up the Friday, James have replaced Ian Brown on the Saturday, Ian Brown has refused to play the festival , with Catfish and the Bottlemen rounding off the trio of headliners on Sunday.

Also performing over the weekend will be Circa Waves, Sam Fender, The Coral, Shed Seven, Reverend and the Makers, Miles Kane and many more (See line-up below).

The ogansiers issued the following statement,

Dear weekenders,

Following the recent government announcement, we are moving Neighbourhood Weekender to Friday 3,Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 September 2021.

James will be replacing Ian Brown as our Saturday night headliner.

All tickets remain valid for the new dates. If you can no longer attend, please contact your ticket agent to arrange a refund.

Thanks for your patience and continued support for the event. You really are the best!

The last of the remaining tickets are available to buy here:

We can’t wait to see you at the festival! 💙”

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