LIMF is returning to Liverpool’s magnificent Sefton Park this July for a two-day musical extravaganza, featuring global household names and emerging, homegrown talent.
Liverpool’s programme of events to mark ten years since the city was European Capital of Culture, attracted more than 2.2 million visitors to the city and boosted the local economy by a whopping £85m – QUADRUPLING the 2017 figure.
One of the city’s biggest celebrations of music is BACK in Sefton Park this weekend. Here is a handy guide to everything you need to know about Liverpool International Music Festival.
Sand sculpting, open jamming sessions with the British Music Experience, an Ocean Dome, silent disco, circus workshops and loads more for families at this weekend’s Liverpool International Music Festival.
A supercar has been given a neon makeover to celebrate the anniversary of Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture title.
One of the city’s biggest music events is on the hunt for up and coming Liverpool artist to showcase their talent to thousands of festival goers.
Having performed the first run of dates for 2018’s much-praised updated new set, Haçienda Classical with Manchester Camerata, the city’s experimental orchestra, is to bring its brand new soundtrack to Sefton Park, Liverpool on Sunday 22nd July.
Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) returns in 2018 with its award-winning talent development programme, the LIMF Academy.
Ticket Quarter has bolstered its ticketing portfolio after confirming services for three major Liverpool 2018 events.
A second raft ofÂ top artists have been added to the Liverpool International Music Festival 2018Â bill this Summer.