Weekend City Festivals – Our Top Picks (Part Two)

Neighbourhood Weekender

Taking place at Victoria Park, Warrington during May Bank Holiday weekend on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th, is the brand new festival, Neighbourhood Weekender. It’s set to be an incredible couple of days of live music across three stages - the main outdoor stage, an indoor tent and a smaller outdoor stage - along with a hub of local food and drinks, and much more. It's a fully outdoor festival, but as there's no camping, instead of wrestling with the mud around your tent, you get to spend the night in a warm, dry bed.

The Courteeners are set to headline on Saturday, and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will be headlining the Sunday, with Jake Bugg, Blossoms, Kodaline, Editors and many more rounding up the line up. There will also be plenty of new talent joining the bill including Tom Grennan, The Big Moon, Fickle Friends, Cabbage, Spring King, Louis Berry, The Magic Gang and more.

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All Points East

This new three-day music festival will be taking place from Friday 25th May to Sunday 27th May at Victoria Park, London. The Friday line up consists of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Phoenix, Glass Animals and more, and will be headlined by LCD Soundsystem. Saturday’s line up includes Lorde, Sampha, Justice and more, and headlining will be The XX. Sunday’s headliner is Bjork, with Beck, Father John Misty, Friendly Fires and more rounding out the final day.

But the live music isn't all! There will be a wide range of themed bars selling all sorts, from real ales to cocktails, as well as an extensive offer of taste-bud teasing artisan concessions and producers.

Following the weekend, there will be three APE Presents headline shows. Catfish and the Bottlemen will be kicking it off on Friday 1st June, The National will be following on Saturday 2nd June and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be headlining the final show on Sunday 3rd June.

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Love Saves the Day

Another festival taking place over May Bank Holiday weekend is Love Saves The Day at Eastville Park, Bristol on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th. Although the festival began as a one-day event, it has spent seven years expanding and gaining more popularity.

There are plenty of new things being introduced this year, with new stages which will showcase both underground Bristol-based artists and globally well-known artists. Love Saves The Day has also partnered up with First Buses to organise a shuttle bus service running from three locations in the city centre to Eastville Park!

Fatboy Slim is set to headline the Saturday, with the likes of Tom Misch, George Fitzgerald, Krept & Konan, Four Tet and more performing. The Sunday will be headlined by Sampha, with Loyle Carner, David Rodigan & The Outlook Orchestra, Mabel, Andy C and more set to perform.

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If you haven't heard the line-ups yet, take a listen to our Spotify playlist below!

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This article was a collaborative effort, written together by the See Tickets Marketing team; Georgia, Sarah, Hayley, Callum and Abi.

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