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PremierLeague-News.Com - More than 60 acts have been added to the line-up at this year's LIMF
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The popular Liverpool International Music Festival is just around the corner and more than 60 acts have been added to the line-up. Taking place from Friday, July 29 until Sunday, July 31, the much-loved festival will dominate several parts of the city in a bid to showcase Liverpool's thriving music scene and provide an essential boost to the sector after the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Venues include the M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, St Luke's Bombed Out Church, Invisible Wind Factory, 24 Kitchen Street, District, Arts Club Liverpool, Camp and Furnace, The Merchant, Kazimier Stockroom, LJMU John Lennon Art & Design Building, Ettie’s and Chapters of Us. Tickets are on sale now for artists including UB40 ft Ali Campbell, De La Soul and Heather Small. Two of the gigs, The Zutons and Girls Don't Sync, are already sold out. READ MORE:The Eagles soar to new heights during incredible Anfield gig - review Organisers have announced further additions to the festivities, including a 'Return to the Timepiece' event, designed to celebrate the legendary 70s Liverpool soul and R&B nightclub by equally as legendary DJ Les Spaine, and American rock band We Are Scientists will perform at Arts Club Liverpool. LIMF aims to make music as accessible as possible, with many free highlights across the weekend. Free additions include a set at The Merchant with DJ Greg Wilson, regarded as one of the most important figures on the UK dance scene; ' LIMF Academy Presents…', a showcase of the festival's own talent development programme with performances from past and present alumni; performances at District by hip-hop duo Children of Zeus, Grammy-winning jazz duo Blue Lab Beats and emerging reggae-soul artist, Aleighcia Scott among others; a tour of Liverpool 8 led by poet, author, musician and presenter Curtis Watt; DJ sets at the Bombed Out Church, and more. LIMF curator, Yaw Owusu, said: "Programming LIMF has been really rewarding this year and we've had great support from our music venues who welcome the economic boost they will receive as a result of being part of team LIMF. It's also been great to support music promoters in the city with a dedicated fund to help them stage events under the LIMF banner – it feels like we are making a conscious and concerted effort to pump some renewed energy back into our music eco-system. "As always, it's a diverse LIMF line-up with so many music genres spotlighted across the three days, so there really is something for everyone. I'm really proud of how this year has shaped up and it's great to be bringing live music back to the city again on such an impressive scale." For full details of the line-up to date, and to benefit from early bird tickets, click here. Ticket prices will vary per venue, with prices starting from £5 and ranging to £35, plus booking fee. Some events will be free but tickets are still required for many of them. LIMF 2022 full line-up Friday, July 29 UB40 ft Ali Campbell, Aswad, Liam Bailey, Robbo Ranx at M&S Bank Arena. Early bird £25 + booking fee De La Soul, Kojey Radical, Berwyn, No Fakin at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. Early bird £15 + booking fee Girls Don't Sync + Guests at St Luke's Bombed Out Church. SOLD OUT System by Gaika – Gaika, Flohio, Flora Yin Wong, Glor1a, God Colony, Naza at Invisible Wind Factory. Early bird £5 + booking fees Heartless Crew House Party - Heartless Crew, Shola Ama, Shortee Blitz, Scott Garcia, DJ Cali, MC Shabba D, DJ Smokey, MC Preshus at 24 Kitchen Street.
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. £5 + fees EVOL Presents… We Are Scientists at Arts Club. £17.50 + fees, book here Girls Don't Sync + DJ Shenice B2B DJ Lils, YeahitsRenee B2B Papu Raf (LIMF After Party) at The Merchant. FREE (Unticketed) Saturday, July 30 LIMF Presents… The Shubz - Kenny AllStar (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Sian Anderson (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Cuppy (BBC Radio 1Xtra), Kizzi at District (Under 18s dry bar event). Early bird £5 + booking fee Donae'o Presents Bounce - Donae'o, Rampage, Supa D + Coldsteps, Gracious K, Donch, Versatile, DJ Zeke at Arts Club Liverpool. Early bird £10 + booking fee LIMF Academy Presents… Jalen Ngonda, Ni Maxine, Amber Jay, iamkyami, Lazygirl, Alexnder + special guest, Hosted by BBC Radio Merseyside’s Jade Burns at Kazimier Stockroom. FREE (Unticketed) Still Do The Right Thing Exhibition, 1pm-6pm at Liverpool John Moores' University John Lennon Art & Design Building. FREE (Ticketed) The Wombat, in association with LIMF Presents… A Jazz Happening at Ettie's. FREE (registration required) Greg Wilson + Roisin W (LIMF After Party) at The Merchant. FREE (Unticketed) Sunday, July 31 The Zutons, Red Rum Club, She Drew The Gun, Big Joanie, The Dream Machine, Blondes, The Heavy North, Pixey, Michael Aldag, Mexican Dogs, Silent-K, Psycho Comedy, The Sundowners, Casino, Tilly Louise, Razzmatazz, Fiona Lennon at Camp and Furnace. SOLD OUT Heather Small (Voice of M People), House Gospel Choir, Terri Walker, DJ Ronnie Herel (Mi-Soul Radio) at Arts Club Liverpool. Early bird £10 + booking fee Havana Meets Kingston at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. £25-£41 + booking fee 'LIMF Academy Presents…' Dayzy, Philly D, Superlate, Cures and Curses, Vaunce, Serpentin (Unesco Music Cities Network). Hosted by BBC Radio Merseyside’s Jade Burns (BBC Radio Merseyside) at Kazimier Stockroom. FREE (Unticketed) Still Do The Right Thing – Live: Children of Zeus, Blue Lab Beats, Guvna B, The Mouse Outfit Soundsystem, Tee, Aleighcia Scott, plus more to be announced, at District. FREE (Unticketed) Sisu & Keep It Cryptic - Sisu & Keep It Cryptic, Mixtress, Mia Lily, Mystique, Zima, Malissa b2b Paul McGreevy at St Luke's Bombed Out Church. FREE (Ticketed) Black Nights Trail – led by Curtis Watt at Chapters of Us. FREE (Ticketed) 'LIMF Talks' meeting point at Chapters of Us. FREE (Unticketed) Receive our daily What's On newsletter, Friday Food and Drink and breaking news email alerts by signing up here
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