Hope and Glory is a brand new festival, in the heart of Liverpool, just a few hundred yards away from Lime Street Station. It aims to combine incredible music, comedy, a decadent carnival atmosphere and outrageous sideshows.
The organisers have pledged to donate any profits form the festival to victims of the Manchester terror attack.
The line-up has headliners James (Saturday), and Hacienda Classical with special guests Shaun Ryder & Bez (Sunday), as well as Razorlight, The Fratellis, Starsailor, Ocean Colour Scene, Tom Chaplin, Reverend and the Makers, The Twang, The Shimmer Band, The Blinders, Coquin Migale and Vynce with many more.
There's also Black Grape and Cast on the Friday night, along with Chris Helme, Red Faces and Vida, though it's only accessible to those who bought the first 1,200 tickets.
For the full line-up including day & stage splits please see the line-up page.
Weekend tickets are priced at £89 for adults, £59 for under 16s and £49 for under 10s. Under 5s tickets are free.
Day tickets are priced at £55 for either day.
Hope and Glory is just a minute's walk away from Liverpool Lime Street Station. If travelling by car, the festival will be signposted near the time, with numerous car parks nearby.
Camping is not available but there are a number of hotels, B&Bs and hostels nearby in the Liverpool city centre.
More information will be here when available.
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