Liverpool’s biggest cultural event of the year, The Liverpool International Music Festival, is back this month for the 2022 edition, taking over more venues, bringing more acts and showcasing more talent than ever before. This huge annual event wants music-lovers to experience amazing performers in the city’s diverse range of venues, and in the process bring them much-needed footfall and a financial boost to help with their recovery after an unpredictable two years.
Taking place from the 29th – 31st of July, LIMF will be embracing the scenes of Liverpool with a city centre takeover of around 25 venues. Venues include iconic names such as the M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, The Bombed Out Church (St Luke’s), Invisible Wind Factory, 24 Kitchen Street, District, Arts Club Liverpool and many more.
The festival is a mixture of free and ticketed shows that celebrate all things music. Bringing the groove to the festival is a variety of dance acts including: Girls Don’t Sync, Greg Wilson, Heartless Crew, De La Soul, Return to the Time Piece and loads more. The weekend will also showcase a variety of performers including some classics likes UB40, The Zutons, Donae’o, Children Of Zeus, The Mouse Outfit and more.
Full listings of shows, panels and workshops can be found on the Liverpool International Music Festival page here.