Another wave of acts have been revealed for Liverpool Sound City festival, which takes place in Liverpool across the city's Baltic Triangle from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th May 2019, with the conference taking place on Friday 3rd May.
Making a noise are Shame, Blaenavon, Aussies Confidence Man, Liverpool's own Tea Street Band, indie rockers King No-One, Kara Marni, Clean Cut Kid, experimental folk from Soak, folk pop from Stella Donnelly, four-piece Spinn, The Jungle Giants, Estrons, Benny Mails, Monks, Pizzagirl, Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam, Talkshow, Childcare, Emily Burns, Lennie Dies, Saltwater Sun, Tamu Massif, Italy's Husky Loops, Slovakia's 52HertzWhale, Korea's Say Sue Me, Luwten, Hope, Surma, Mateusz Franczak, Josh Island, Bokka, Them Lights, Loving Embers, Vera Jonas Experiment, ANNELIE, KYKSIA, Blaz, and Oscar Soul Experience.
Rebecca Ayres, Sound City's Managing Director, says: "This is a major announcement for us at Sound City, as we reveal the main wave of artists coming to Liverpool for our 12th year in Liverpool. Following on from Mabel and Loyle Carner, we are presenting one of the UK's most dynamic and diverse range of artists performing across the Baltic Triangle. We are building upon our sold-out edition last year, now firmly established back to our roots with the festival taking place in a range of intimate locations."
The new acts join those previously announced, who are Mabel, Loyle Carner, Louis Berry, The Magic Gang, Our Girl, and Ryan McMullan. There's also Alligator, Benin City, Cousin Kula, Dancing on Tables, Dayo Bello, Giant Rooks, Goodies, Harry Miller, Heavy Lungs, Indigo Lo, Jvck James, Molly Rainford, Monks, Red Rum Club, Roman Lewis, Saltwater Sun, Sophie and the Giants, Spinn, SPQR, Tamu Massif, Tracky, and Vistas.
Tickets are on sale priced at £39.50 for a weekend (Sat & Sun) ticket, £25 for day tickets, or £60 including the Friday conference.
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