Musical weekend across the city

Bandstands across the city will be coming alive with a variety of music this weekend.

As part of the Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) bandstands at Stanley Park, Sefton Park and Williamson Square will host a variety of music from 12:30pm – 5pm.

From 16 year old guitarist, Dominic Dunn, to traditional Kenyan dancers and drummers making their first trip outside the Mathare Slum this really is a diverse and fun celebration of music and dance.

It is hoped that the wide range of music on offer will encourage young and old, families and individuals to take the opportunity to get to one of the three bandstands and experience live, new music at its best.

The LIMF Bandstand Festival is commissioned by Liverpool City Council and City Central BID and co-ordinated by Open Culture who aim to engage members of the public with art and culture. The LIMF Bandstand is part of Mayor Joe Anderson’s strategy to animate parks.

To see the line-up, visit www.culture.org.uk/LIMFBandstand

More LIMF bandstand performances take place at:

Stanley Park on 17 August, 23 August and 8 September

Williamson Square on 15 – 17 August, 26 August, 29 – 31 August

Sefton Park on 18 August, 24 – 26 August and 1 September