Liverpool Music Week 2011

Friday 28th October to Sunday 13th November 2011
various venues around Merseyside, England
a combination of ticketed and free events
last updated: Fri 30th Sep 2011

Liverpool Music Week is billed as the UK's largest indoor winter music festival and will be staging over 880 events and play host to over 400 live bands. The festival format is a combination of ticketed shows and free shows, with artists including the UK's biggest live acts as well as new emerging talent. The festival runs from the Friday 28th October through to Sunday 13th November.

Line-up

This year's festival line-up includes The Horrors, Baxter dury, Frankie And The Heartstrings, Summer Camp, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Beth Jeans Houghton, Cashier No 9, Cerebral Ballzy, D/R/U/G/S, Drums of Death, Dustin Wong, Dutch Uncles, Echo Lake, Ellen & The Escapades, Ex-Easter Island Head, Fear Of Men, Foreign Beggars, Ghostpoet, Gross Magic, Lanterns On The Lake, Man Without A Country, Marcus Foster, The Duke Spirit, Young knives, Tribes, Twin Sister, Vessels, Visions Of Trees, DELS, Big Deal, Gardens and Villa, Three Trapped Tigers, Dog Is Dead, and more. For the line-up details as available please click here.

Liverpool Music Week features music from every genre imaginable including indie, rock, electronic, funk, soul, latin, nu wave, jazz, and world music and this year is no different.

Tickets

Ticket prices vary depending upon event. To buy tickets for the closing party, click here.

Seminars

As well as staging a huge agenda of live music events, Liverpool Music Week will also be running a series of panels and seminars featuring some of the UK's music industry movers & shakers who will come together to discuss issues and opportunities within the sector and to offer advice and support to a range of related music businesses, artists and individuals with a desire to enter the music industry.

More information will be here when available.

Friday 28th October to Sunday 13th November 2011
various venues around Merseyside, England
a combination of ticketed and free events
last updated: Fri 30th Sep 2011


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