Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia - Liverpool Psych Fest - takes place on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd September at Camp & Furnace, Blade Factory, and District (The Picket) in Liverpool.
The announced acts include Friday headliners Songhoy Blues, and Saturday headliners The Black Angels, plus Laetitia Sadier, A Place To Bury Strangers, Loop, White Manna, Adrian Sherwood, Wolf People, The Comet is Coming and many more.
For details of all the announced acts including day splits please see the line-up page.
The Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia is a celebration of artists operating at the cutting edge of today's global psychedelic renaissance, alongside visual art, film, performance, talks, and mind expanding visual delights.
The Musings In Drone symposia will feature Q&As with Emmanuel ‘Jagari’ Chanda and the makers of the W.I.T.C.H. documentary and a rare interview with Matt Jones and John Dwyer from Castle Face Records, with more special international guests to be announced soon.
This year’s festival will include exclusive new virtual reality installations, an immersive late night audio visual experience, a short film programme developed in partnership with FACT cinema, Dig Vinyl’s onsite record store “PSYCHEDELIC WORLD OF WAX WONDERS”, and the Bold Street Bedouin Boudoir starring Bold Street Coffee, Blackwell’s Bookshop and Red Brick Vintage.
PZYK SKAN is a collaboration between PZYK AV, Luciana Haill, Rob Strachan and AUDINT (feat. Kode9) which explores the creative effect of audiovisual extremes on participants using EEG brain scanning technology. Subjects will experience an intense audiovisual 'journey' and the neurological reaction to this will be captured and processed by using EEG brain scanning technology. This will result in the harnessing of a rich dataset which is in turn used to create an immersive, large-scale, self-generative audiovisual artwork, housed within PZYK PRYZM
For more information on the daytime programme please see here.
Weekend tickets are priced at £85, with Friday costing £40, and Saturday £50.
The festival offers no accommodation at the event. There are plenty of accommodation options available in the city.
More information will be here when available.
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