full line-up revealed for Liverpool Music Week festival

adding All We Are, Zuzu, Vynce, Pink Kink, SeaWitches, Elevant, Man & The Echo, & more

published: Tue 25th Oct 2016

All We Are

Wednesday 26th October to Saturday 5th November 2016
various venues, Liverpool, Merseyside, England
£50 for wristband
last updated: Tue 25th Oct 2016

All We Are, Zuzu, Vynce, Pink Kink, SeaWitches, Elevant, Man & The Echo, Lumen, We Are Catchers, Jalen N'Gonda, Mysterines, James Canty, Tom Low, and The AV Society are the latest wave of acts announced for Liverpool Music Week which runs from Wednesday 26th October through to Saturday 5th November 2016, at various venues throughout Liverpool.

This year's festival line-up includes John Carpenter, Warpaint, Cat’s Eyes, GoGo Penguin, Clean Cut Kid, She Drew The Gun, Dinosaur Jr, The Big Moon, Let's Eat Grandma, Amber Arcades, Abattoir Blues, Kagoule, Dream Wife, Louis Berry, Trudy and the Romance, Feral Love, AGP, Bathymetry, Haarm, Luna, Mary Miller, Switches, Whitecliff, Queen Zee & The Sasstones, and Indigo Moon.

For its 12th edition, the festival will be based around the hub of the Arts Club venue in Liverpool City Centre, with a run of shows at the Liverpool Dome and Grand Central Hall, as well as festival headliner John Carpenter playing in the stunning surroundings of the Liverpool Olympia ballroom.

Much of the latest additions to the festival line-up, will be showcased as part of the DIY Breaking Out series which returns to the festival for a second year with a run of shows across the week at the festival hub of Arts Club on Seel Street - tickets for each of these shows are priced at £4.

For the line-up details, day and venue splits, as available please click here.

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This year also sees the launch of a limited number of LMW16 Wristbands that allow entry to all of this year’s shows for just £50, on sale now.



Wednesday 26th October to Saturday 5th November 2016
various venues, Liverpool, Merseyside, England
£50 for wristband
last updated: Tue 25th Oct 2016


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