Following the announcement last month of Disco Classical Featuring Sister Sledge with Kathy Sledge as Sunday leadliner, the rest of the line-up has now been revealed for Liverpool International Music Festival - LIMF - which takes place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July 2019 at Sefton Park, Liverpool.
The weekend includes hip hop legends De La Soul, there's Ella Eyre (pictured above), Brit nominated NAO, rapper-singer Yxng Bane, DJ and producer SG Lewis, Maverick Sabre, Liverpool RnB collective MiC LOWRY, Grammy nominated DJ & producer Kenny Dope, and sets from DJ Maseo (De La Soul), Norman Jay, and Jamz Supernova.
Celebrating Liverpool's rich musical history with a headline showcase on Saturday 20th July is 3Beat @ 30. The Liverpool label will celebrate its 30th birthday at LIMF with a new and exclusive live showcase of their biggest hits with over 30 live musicians and special guests, including two-time Brit nominees and platinum-selling Sigma, British-German DJ duo M-22 playing their club hits and Liverpool-born house producer Anton Powers.
Also on the bill over the weekend are Sfven, Luna, Raheem Alameen, DJ Melody Kane, Jazzie B (Soul II Soul), Bobbito Garcia, Kish Kash, No Fakin, Ace (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Kenny All-Star (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Rampage, Masterstepz, DJ Devarnio, DJ CC, Grace Carter, Samm Henshaw, Apre, KYAMI, DJ Nick Bright, Original Dodger (this is Artful Dodger), Little Boots, Ronnie Herel, DJ 2kind, Manny Norte, Sian Anderson, Robbo Ranx, DJ Stylus, Sian Karleusa, DJ Coco, Geko, Kara Marni, Nikki Belle, Rebecca Garton, Pezz, Eyesore & the Jinx, The Fernweh, Bill Nickson, Peach Fuzz, Yammerer, Shards, The Heavy North, Joe Slater, Pizzagirl, Sub Blue X Deliah, and Gazelle X New Junior. For the details including day and stage splits please see the line-up page.
Yaw Owusu, LIMF music curator said: "Amidst a stellar set of music events in Liverpool this year, I'm glad that again LIMF is able to do what it does best as it presents an accessible, inclusive and musically diverse line up that continues to be a platform for great performers and performances and truly reflects what's happening here in Liverpool. Seven years in, it really feels like LIMF is hitting its stride and continually pushing the agenda. I look forward to seeing many people from across the city, the country and further afield, come together to enjoy great music in Sefton Park at LIMF 2019."
Tickets for are on sale, priced at just £6 for each day for adults. Children aged 12 and under are free.
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