Liverpool Psych Fest have announced the daytime events & installations plus launch events, an opening party and month long film and arts exhibits in the build up to this year’s festival on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd September at Camp & Furnace, Blade Factory, and District (The Picket) in Liverpool.
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.
Ahead of all this, for the first time this year’s Liverpool Psych Fest will enjoy an opening party at Constellations, on Thursday 21st September. The line-up include Ducktails, Ali Horn, The Goa Express and White Rabbit Lightshow. Opening Party tickets are available now from: liverpoolpsychfest.com or bidolito.co.uk for £8 adv. Liverpool Psych Fest ticket holders, can just show their ticket on the the door and gain entry for £5.
On Saturday 26th August, two events in Liverpool will mark the launch of Psych Fest 2017: ‘27 DAYS TO DESTRUCTION’ includes a headline show for POND at The Invisible Wind Factory, and the opening of the month-long Bold Street Coffee Art Show. The pre-event build up also includes a film series at FACT Liverpool (Wood Street). ‘Psychedelia In Film’ includes screenings on 30th August and 6th, 14th and 21st September at FACT. More details online: picturehouses.com
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.
Weekend tickets are priced at £85, with Friday costing £40, and Saturday £50.
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