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  • LIMF (Liverpool International Music Festival)

  • Various Venues - 18 - 25 August 2013
Liverpool International Music Festival
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The Charlatans - EVENT POSTPONEMENT

 

The Charlatans have today announced that their Liverpool concert on Monday 26th August as part of Liverpool International Music Festival has been postponed.

All tickets remain valid for the rescheduled date. In a joint statement the band said-

 

'Sadly we have to announce that due to the passing of the Charlatans drummer, Jon Brookes last week, Monday's concert due to take place at St Georges Hall will be postponed to a later date.

The full event will be rescheduled to an alternative date later in the year, date to be announced soon.

The Band appreciates the support of their fans at this difficult time.

All purchased tickets will be valid for the rescheduled date. However, if you are unable to attend a rescheduled date and require a refund, please contact your point of purchase.'


 

Pier Head

24 August - Turn Up the Radio:

£25.50 (incl. booking fee).

 

Turn Up the Radio will see some of the biggest names in music perform, including JLS, who are dropping in as part of their Farewell Tour along with Little Mix, Eliza Doolittle and Union J.

 

All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult of over 21 years.

One adult required for every four children.

Under 5's go FREE.


 

Pier Head

25 August - Party at the Pier:

All tickets £5.00 (Handling fees may apply).

 

On Sunday 25 August Party at the Pier will see the Juice FM stage playing host to well-known artists including The Saturdays, Texas and Nina Nesbitt. They will perform alongside local stars including KOF, Esco Williams, The Hummingbirds and Chelcee Grimes. There will also be a Mathew Street Festival Stage with Real Radio (programmed by Bill Heckle and Dave Jones from Cavern City Tours) with acts paying homage to artists such as Queen, Adele, Robbie Williams and The Rolling Stones.

 

All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult of over 21 years.

One adult required for every four children.


 

Camp and Furnace

24 - 25 August - Summercamp:

£25.00 - £45.00 (Handling fees may apply).

 

Summercamp takes place over August bank holiday featuring Ghostpoet, Mount Kimbie and Martha Wainwright. Expect world-class art and mouth-watering flavours served up by Sunday Brunch’s Simon Rimmer, plus much more!

 

One adult required for every two children.

Under 5's go FREE.


 

Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, said: "Our aim for this event was to bring something fresh and new to the city, and at the same time keep the very best elements of the Mathew Street Music Festival. I firmly believe we have surpassed all expectations.
"The diverse music on offer ranges from internationally renowned artists through to home grown talent and some of the best acts paying tribute to iconic from the last 20 years. And the fact that we have included not just our iconic waterfront but also one of our beautiful green spaces makes this event really stand out.
"There's been a real focus on working with partners in the city's music industry to make sure this event showcases not only Liverpool's musical heritage, but also demonstrates that we're a forward-looking city celebrating greatness.
"I am truly grateful to all of those in the industry who have supported our ambition for this event - they have helped us develop something truly unique.
"Working with many partners from the commercial to voluntary sector, this is not a city council or a single organisation delivering an event – it is a whole city's response."
Yaw Owusu has been given the task of curating the entire programme. He said: "The response from artists and music industry insiders has been fantastic – everyone has been keen to get involved in this new-look festival, working together to make it a success.
"Liverpool is synonymous with music – particularly great live music – and the LIMF programme will showcase the very best local and international acts have to offer which will be really inspirational for the thousands who take part in the event.
"There is a real energy around LIMF and I'm confident this will be an unforgettable programme and an unforgettable experience."


 

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