WARRINGTON’S Time Square will welcome the return of the highly anticipated Proms in the Square for the second year running.

The Bank Holiday weekend at the end of the month is set to fill Warrington with music, as the annual music festival will return once again.

Proms in the Square will also return on Sunday, May 26, featuring a line-up of talented performers after its successful debut last year.

“Proms in the Square was a hugely popular event when it was held last summer, and we are delighted to be hosting it once again,” said Cllr Tony Higgins, Warrington Borough Council’s cabinet member for Leisure and Community.

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“It’s a wonderful celebration of our local talent and the community spirit that we have in Warrington – it brings people together through music and showcases the rich and cultural diversity of our town.

“We really hope that people will come along and enjoy an afternoon and evening in Time Square while being entertained by some truly brilliant musicians.”

Twisted Tubes, a brass ensemble known for their dynamic renditions of popular classics and modern hits, are due to perform, as well as Warrington Brass Band.

Award-winning Katumba Drummers will also perform at Time Square.

“Proms in the Square is a testament to Warrington’s vibrant cultural scene and our commitment to providing enriching experiences for our residents and visitors alike,” said Tony.

“We’re thrilled to bring back this beloved event for its second year, offering a showcase of exceptional talent and a celebration of our community’s passion for music.”

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