IAN Brown and Catfish and The Bottlemen will be headlining next year's Neighbourhood Weekender – and Warrington residents will again be the first to get their hands on tickets.

The exclusive pre-sale launches this morning, Wednesday, at 9.30am so if you don't want to miss out here's our quick guide to bagging your festival passes.

Who is eligible?

Anyone who lives in the WA1 to WA5 postcode area only

How do I get tickets?

Click here from 9.30am where all the ticket options such as day passes, weekend tickets and VIP upgrades will be available. You will have to enter a valid Warrington postcode upon checkout.

Pre-sale tickets are expected to sell out fast so be sure to get on the site as close to 9.30am as possible and keep refreshing the page if necessary.

Alternatively beat the digital angst and uncertainty by picking up the tickets at the Pyramid box office from 9.30am. You can buy up to six tickets in person providing you have ID to prove you live in Warrington.

If you miss out, Neighbourhood tickets go on general sale at nbhdweekender.com, gigsandtours.com and ticketmaster.co.uk on Friday at 9.30am.

How much do they cost?

Day tickets £57.50

VIP day tickets £115

Weekend passes £110

VIP weekend passes £210

All are subject to booking fees

Who else is performing at Neighbourhood Weekender?

Other main artists on the line-up include Sam Fender, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Shed Seven, Miles Kane, The Coral, Tom Walker, Sundara Karma, Reverend and the Makers and Pale Waves.

When and where does it take place?

The festival takes place across three stages at Victoria Park on the weekend of May 23 and 24. For more information visit nbhdweekender.com