Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) returns with more than 100 artists playing at more than 15 venues across the city centre.
Taking place from Friday 29 to Sunday 31 July, this year’s festival is a mix of free events and ticketed gigs which will see household names such as UB40 feat. Ali Campbell, De La Soul, Heather Small and The Zutons perform.
The entire festival will take place in city centre venues in a bid to re-energise and support the city’s music sector which was severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
LIMF keeps ticket prices low with star power high, to ensure great live music and experiences are as accessible as possible. Some tickets are still available.
This year’s theme is Power to the People, and in homage to that, a series of free, entertaining and educational talks will take place at Chapters of Us on Sunday 31 July.
These will see prominent people from the local music sector talk about the importance of music and heritage, and the need for authentic representation in music. The conversations will start from 1pm and no pre-booking is needed.
Visit the LIMF website for the full three-day line-up and to buy tickets.