FestEVOL at the Kazimier is just a few days away, Getintothis reveals the complete stage times to one of Liverpool’s most hotly-anticipated music happenings of 2013.
A who’s who of Liverpool music descend on the Kazimier on Saturday (August 3) for the first part of FestEVOL.
A rich gathering of talent covering all musical bases casts a spotlight on Liverpool’s quite remarkable current sonic spectrum.
Away from the Mersey scene there’s also a healthy dollop of new music from around the UK with Loom and Dark Horses also on the bill.
For a comprehensive look at FestEVOL’s double-header including all the acts to play August 10, check out our guide here.
As organiser and founder of EVOL, Steve ‘Revo’ Miller, declared: ‘FestEVOL encapsulates what’s happening now at grassroots level and just goes to show how strong the scene is in Liverpool that all these bands can come together and play to make two great all day parties, we’re very lucky.‘
Check below for a full guide to who’s on and at what time. FestEVOL is priced £10 for single weekends or £15 for a duel weekend wristband discounted through Getintothis.
For an introduction to each band click on their name in the billing below.
Tea Street Band: 1am
All We Are: 12.30am
Loved Ones: midnight
Dark Horses: 10.30pm
The Dirty Rivers: 10pm
Clang Boom Steam: 9.30pm
Cold Shoulder: 9pm
Salem Rages: 8.30pm
White Blacula: 8pm
Broken Men: 7.30pm
The Wild Eyes: 7pm
The Sugarmen: 5.30pm
The Loud: 5pm
The Sundowners: 4.30pm
The Shadow Theatre: 4pm
Further reading on Getintothis
Things Getintothis learnt from FestEVOL 2012.
FestEVOL Part One feat Wicked Whispers, Edgar Summertyme, Folks, Silent Sleep, Lovecraft, The Sundowners, Dirty Rivers and more: The Kazimier, Liverpool.
FestEVOL Part One feat Clinic, Death At Sea, Oxygen Thieves and more: The Kazimier, Liverpool.
FestEVOL Part Two feat Baltic Fleet, Tea Street Band, Thunderbird Gerard, Outfit, Sun Drums, PINS and more: Kazimier, Liverpool.
Getintothis FestEVOL picture gallery part one.
Getintothis FestEVOL picture gallery part two.
Getintothis talks to Steve ‘Revo’ Miller.