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Neighbourhood Weekender

main stage at  Neighbourhood Weekender
main stage at Neighbourhood Weekender Image credit: manchestereveningnews.co.uk

FESTIVAL: Neighbourhood Weekender

WHERE: Victoria Park, Warrington

WHEN: 28 – 29 May 2022

HEADLINERS:  Courteeners, Kasabian, Blossoms

HOW TO BUY ACCESS TICKETS

Once you have purchased a ticket please email if you require a complimentary ticket for your personal assistant with:

Relevant proof (PIP form with any sensitive information removed/Access Card)

Photo ID

Booking reference

Which site you booked with

And state what you would like: Carer ticket, Accessible Car Parking Area and/or Viewing Platform

Please allow 10 working days for a reply.

ACCESS INFO

There’s no parking onsite. Parking is located at Sir Thomas Boteler Grammar School accessed via Wash Lane. If you require accessible parking you must mention this in your application and you will need to buy a parking ticket. The car park is about 10-15 minute walk from the site.

Trains to the festival run on a frequent service to Warrington Central and Warrington Bank Quay.

You can also catch a bus to the festival which run on a frequent service.

A pick up/ drop off point will be in operation at Sir Thomas Boteler Grammar School accessed via Wash Lane.

There is a viewing platform for the main stage which you will need to show ID for. Spaces for this area must be booked in advance so state you would like this facility when applying for a PA ticket. You name will be on a list with the security team upon arrival. Due to space you may only take 1 companion on the platform at one time.

There is no camping at the festival.

Please note the festival is outdoors so the ground can become slippery in wet weather.

There is one entrance to the festival situated via Knutsford Road, the accessible entrance is shared with the VIP entrance and all visitors will be searched before entering the arena.

Accessible toilets can be found around the site.

Several first aid tents will be situated around the site.

The event does not provide captioning or audio description for any of the acts.

You are welcome to bring assistance dogs, but please state this when completing your application.

There are three stages: a main outdoor stage, an indoor tent and a smaller outdoor stage.

Please be aware some acts may use strobe lighting.

DID YOU KNOW?

The festival has its own pub appropriately named The Neighbourhood Inn.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE

nbhdweekender.com