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The second wave of acts for Neighbourhood Weekender features The Futureheads, White Lies and more

They join George Ezra, Pale Waves and more.
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Published: 11:04 am, February 28, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The second wave of acts for Neighbourhood Weekender features The Futureheads, White Lies and more

Neighbourhood Weekender has unveiled second wave of acts.

Leading the way are The Futureheads and White Lies, who’ve just released their new album ‘Five’. The Twang, The K’s, The Howl and The Hum, The Snuts, Inhaler, Vida and Apre will also play.

They join George Ezra, You Me At Six, Tom Grennan, Pale Waves, Yonaka, Anteros, Sea Girls, Marsicans, The Vaccines, Slaves, Kate Nash, Sam Fender, Mystery Jets, The Amazons, whenyoung, Bad Sounds, Our Girl and loads more.

Neighbourhood Weekender will take place at Victoria Park in Warrington, from 25th-26th May.

The second wave of acts for Neighbourhood Weekender features The Futureheads, White Lies and more

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