King Nun, Black Honey and Ten Tonnes are among the new names for Neighbourhood Weekender

The festival will take place in May.
This year’s Neighbourhood Weekender has announced another batch of bands.

Black Honey (pictured), Ten Tonnes, King Nun, The Night Cafe, Anteros, Yungblud and Beth Ditto are among the new names, along with Manchester Camarata Orchestra, Gery Cinnamon, Knox Fortune, Mo Jamil, The Blinders, Neon Waltz, Rosborough, Yonaka, Sea Girls, King No One, Redfaces, The Pale White, Touts, Hey Charlie, Wild Front, Blackwaters and Tom Walker.

They join headliners The Courteeners and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, as well as Editors, Blossoms, Jake Bugg, Kodaline, the Coral, Circa Waves, Miles Kane, The Sherlocks, Starsailor, Reverend and the Makers, DMA’s, the Pigeon Detectives, Tom Grennan, The Big Moon, Fickle Friends, Spring King, Louis Berry, and The Magic Gang, among others.

Neighbourhood Weekender will take place at Warrington’s Victoria Park from 26th-27th May.

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