Neighbourhood Weekender Announces Stage Splits

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Since emerging in 2018 with two days of live music topped by Courteeners and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, and a lineup poster straight out of most indie music fans’ ‘dream festival’ creations, Neighbourhood Weekender has rapidly become one of the biggest dates in the UK music calendar. Now, exactly a month away from the start of the Warrington festival’s 2022 edition, the stage splits have been officially revealed.

Courteeners return this year to headline the Saturday, with the new-look Kasabian looking to back up their acclaimed live shows with Sergio Pizzorno fronting the band on the Sunday. The Main Stage is treated to the likes of DMA’s, The Lathums, Wet Leg, Blossoms and Inhaler across the weekend. Second stage, The Big Top, which saw the likes of Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott headline in 2021, will welcome The Snuts, The Reytons, Jamie Webster, Scouting for Girls and plenty more. And why not check out the emerging talent on the Viola Beach Stage? You can see Brooke Combe, Tom A Smith, RATS, and Seb Lowe, to name just a few.

The Cornershop Rave will host local DJs once again at Victoria Park, with karaoke, pub quizzes and the return of the iconic Neighbourhood Inn confirmed for 2022. Today’s news also revealed that Manchester quartet, Foxglove will open the mainstage on Sunday 29th May, after winning the RivFest competition in association with the River Reeves Foundation.

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