Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown pulls out of Neighbourhood Weekender over ‘proof of vaccination’ request


STONE Roses frontman Ian Brown pulled out of the Neighbourhood Weekender festival scheduled for Warrington in September over ‘proof of vaccination’ request.

The Lymm based singer of the Manchester Indie Rockers band has been a vocal opponent of COVID-19 vaccines and now appears to have backed this up by pulling out of the three-day rescheduled festival and offering fans their money back.
While many Stone Roses fans might be disappointed if they were planning on attending the weekender event at Victoria Park, organisers have managed to line up Manchester band James as the headliner on the Saturday night.

Neighbourhood Weekender set to return “bigger and better” in September!


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