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To celebrate Sound City’s amazing line up Music Mafia have 2 x weekend passes to give away for the festival.
It’s the festivals 10th anniversary and definitely an event not to be missed! With incredible headliners including The Kooks and Metronomy along with The Kills, Slaves and White Lies make sure you are quick to enter.
Entrants must be aged 14+ (anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
Competition closes at midnight on 25.04.17
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With less than three weeks to go before they take over Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle and following a hugely successful Crowdfunder campaign, Threshold Festival have now revealed the full line-up of acts that will be performing at their seventh annual celebration.
Throwing a spotlight on the North West’s grassroots music and arts, the festival will return to Liverpool from March 31st to April 2nd.
Following a shortfall in funding this year, organisers turned to the festival’s fans to help raise the £9000 needed for this year’s event to be fully realised. To the delight of everyone involved, the campaign not only hit its target but by far exceeded it, raising over £11,400.
Emilia Eriksson, Development Director for Threshold, said “We are grateful for all the support given to the f...Read More
The Human League, John Cale, Metronomy and The Kooks announced for Liverpool Sound City 2017
The blue touch paper has been lit for the party of the decade – the 10th anniversary of the award-winning Sound City – the UK’s largest city based festival.
Having already announced a move to the larger Clarence Dock for 2017, Sound City has also revealed that it will host four days of festivities to mark its special birthday.
The festival launches on Thursday 25th May with a celebration of the English avant-garde featuring a trio of some of the most influential bands of the modern era – The Human League, Art of Noise and A Certain Ratio.
With a remarkable career that spans five decades, The Human League were the vanguard of the electronic new wave in the 70’s developing a sound that...Read More
Victorious Festival 2017 is set to be bigger and better than ever with over 60,000 festival go-ers last year and even more expected to attend this year. There will also be some exciting additions to the festival from our brand new Friday night to the brand new offsite camping option! You won’t want to miss a minute!
So roll up your canvas, pack your backpack and dig out your camping gear- this year there will be offsite camping available in order to ensure those from further afield can enjoy the festival too!
Portsdown Hill Campsite is a family friendly, relaxed campsite located just 8 miles from the festival site and has stunning scenic views. On one side see the expanse of the sprawling seaside city and on the other take in the beautifully British countryside view.
Free Camp ...