NEIGHBOURHOOD Weekender have announced the addition of rock royalty, with Ian Brown of The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, and Cast, being added to a special new event called ‘Neighbourhood Weekender Presents, Live at the Big Top’.
Live at the Big Top is a brand-new event taking place under the tent at Victoria Park which will celebrate some of the great musicians of the north.
It will occur on Friday May 26, the day before Neighbourhood Weekender kicks off in full. Tickets are available on Friday from 9.30am.
Orford born Ian Brown, the lead singer of beloved northern band The Stone Roses, will be performing on the same bill as fellow 90s icons Happy Mondays for the first time ever.
With Happy Mondays bringing the ‘Madchester’ sounds of Manchester, Cast bringing their unique Liverpudlian flair, and Ian Brown bringing the much-needed Warrington magic to the affair, it should prove to be a night of iconic borth west music.
The Happy Mondays, who will be performing on the same bill as Ian Brown for the first time
Joining the trio of northern icons will also be CVC, a rising band from Wales, performing hits from their Debut album ‘Get Real’.
The six piece ‘musical collective’, also known as Church Village Collective, play psych-rock music and are a beloved psych-rock band in the south of Wales.
Neighbourhood Weekender 2023 takes place on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May at Victoria Park.
Headlined by Pulp, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, and The Kooks, the event will also see much-loved artists such as The Wombats, Self Esteem, Jamie Webster, Ocean Colour Scene, and Sea Girls perform.