Tagged: Invisible Wind Factory

Seun Kuti and the legendary Egypt 80 return to Liverpool next week

Seun Kuti and the legendary Egypt 80 return to Liverpool next week

Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool 20th March, 2017 7:30pm / Tickets via Skiddle Youngest son of the late, great Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, Seun Kuti heads to Liverpool with the legendary Egypt 80 band. A...

Grammy Award-winning band Tinariwen in Liverpool this March

Grammy Award-winning band Tinariwen in Liverpool this March

Grammy-award winning Tuareg group, Tinariwen will play Liverpool’s Invisible Wind Factory this March. The Saharan Blues purveyors will perform music from their new album ‘Elwan’, which has already attracted 5-star reviews from The Independent and Record...

WRONG Festival - A Festival For The Freak Scene

Loner Noise presents: WRONG Festival – A Festival For The Freak Scene

North West independent record label Loner Noise are proud to present WRONG Festival – A Festival For The Freakscene, a one day happening on the 22nd April 2017 at the newly formed creative hub of...

Africa Oyé announce 25th Anniversary Festival 2017

Africa Oyé announce 25th Anniversary Festival 2017

Photo: Oye 2016 by Mark McNulty Africa Oyé’s 25th Anniversary Festival The UK’s largest FREE celebration of African & Caribbean music and culture Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 2017 Sefton Park, Liverpool 2017 will...

Liverpool Music Week 2016 Announce Huge Closing Party Line Up

Liverpool Music Week 2016 Announce Huge Closing Party Line Up

Liverpool Music Week are pleased to announce details of the notorious LMW16 Closing Party which is set to take place on 4th November at various venues across the newly revitalised North Liverpool Docklands and...

Hooton Tennis Club announced for Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool

Hooton Tennis Club announced for Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool

Set to be one of December’s biggest gigs, Wirral alt. rock champions Hooton Tennis Club return to Merseyside for a special homecoming show at the new Kazimierz-led Docklands venue, Invisible Wind Factory. Firm favourites of BBC...