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Neighbourhood Weekender has been rescheduled to a new date in 2021

Most of the lineup remains, including Sam Fender, The Big Moon, Easy Life, Inhaler and Pale Waves
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Published: 4:05 pm, May 27, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Neighbourhood Weekender has been rescheduled to a new date in 2021

Neighbourhood Weekender has announced that the festival is now being rescheduled for 2021

After originally moving from its May 2020 dates to September, organisers have now announced they’re rescheduling the event for May 28th-29th 2021. In a statement they explained: “We were hopeful a few months ago that we could all be back together this September, but following updated government advice, we have now made the decision to move the festival to next year on the same weekend it has been historically”

The festival is keeping the majority of its lineup, including headliners Ian Brown and Catfish & The Bottlemen - along with the likes of The Wombats, Sam Fender, Easy Life, Pale Waves, Sea Girls, Inhaler, The Big Moon, The Magic Gang, Sports Team, The Murder Capital and more

Tickets purchased for this years show remain valid, with refunds available from point of purchase. Check out their full statement below

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