Ian Brown and Catfish and The Bottlemen to headline NBHD Weekender 2020


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Ian Brown and Catfish and The Bottlemen will headline the Warrington festival NBHD Weekender, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley reports on the Bank Holiday bonanza.

Ian Brown and Catfish and The Bottlemen have been announced as the headliner’s for next year’s NBHD Weekender.

The sister festival to Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival, it’s heading into its third year and the lineup for 2020 was revealed this evening on Radio X.

The Stone Roses icon Brown icon will headline Warrington festival’s Saturday night next year, with Catfish and The Bottlemen taking the Sunday night slot at Victoria Park.

Brown will be joined on the Saturday by Sam Fender and Shed Seven, whilst the Sunday will see legends Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott perform.

Also announced for Saturday are Pale WavesYungbludReverend and The MakersThe CoralThe Magic Gang and The Sherlocks.

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Miles KaneTom WalkerSundara KarmaLightning SeedsThe Pigeon DetectivesRolling Blackouts Coastal FeverInhalerSports TeamRed Rum ClubWorking Mens Club and Nasty Cherry will play on the Sunday.

Following pre-sale tickets selling out in record time, NBHD have added Liverpool indie-pop icons The Wombats to the massive bill.

Just added to the festival are Liverpool icons Cast, alongside Gang of Youths.

Liverpool indie outfit The Ks are also heading for Warrington with Glasgow band The Snuts and pop sensation Zuzu.

NBHD Weekender will take place on 23-24 May 2020.