Threshold Festival 2014: The Official Routeplanner

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Threshold Festival 2014 kicks off on Friday with hundreds of music acts, arts events and panel discussions taking place throughout the Baltic Triangle. With that in mind, Getintothis invited the Threshold team to provide a guide to some of the finest bits of what’s on offer in our annual routeplanner. How very handy.


Threshold Festival 2014 begins on Friday embracing three days of arts, festivities, music and discussion, we invited director, Chris Carney and his team to select the juiciest offerings from this year’s action…
“The fourth annual Threshold Festival, has come around so quickly this year but as a team we’ve never been so excited to bring you the event.
There have been the usual ups and downs associated with putting this together but with addition of some huge obstacles too.
One of these obstacles, the biggest life event Kaya and I have ever had to endure, drew together an incredible team spirit that we’ve not seen before.
So this year, the routeplanner comes to you from the core team of Threshold Festival. We put it to the team, to name a ‘must see’ for them across the three days.
There were some as always that we just couldn’t fit in, such as Stems at The Nordic Church and Beans on Toast at Siren on Friday, the mighty We The Undersigned at District and Etches at The Baltic Social on Saturday.
It was a shame to leave out so much of the incredible performance programme (such as Lemon Collective at Lantern Liverpool on Saturday) and visual arts programme FUTURE | VISIONS, the majority of which takes place at a venue that hasn’t even been used before; The Palmer Hill Building.
For the sake of simplicity, we have chosen one act per hour, the set times are not exact, but the performance will happen within that time – except for Robyn Woolston‘s piece which you can go an see any time of the day. We hope you enjoy this year’s festival.It’s gonna be massive!”
Friday March 28
19:00: The Mersey Belles – Balic Bakehouse, Bridgewater Street
20:00: Arc Light – Blade Factory, Greenland Street
21:00: Kusanagi – The Nordic Church, Park Lane
22:00: China Shop Bull – District, Jordan Street
23:00: Natalie McCool – The Batic Social, Parliament Street

Saturday March 29
12:00: Robyn Woolston – 90 Squared, Parliament Street
13:00: Science vs Art the Debate – Baltic Creative, Jamaica Street
14:00: Rosh – District, Jordan Street
15:00: Me and Deboe – Arena Gallery & Studios, Jordan Street
16:00: Shebeat – The Baltic Social, Parliament Street
17:00: Silent Cities – The Nordic Church, Park Lane
18:00: Tyler Mensah – Unit 51 , Jamaica Street
19:00: The Long Rays – Balic Bakehouse, Bridgewater Street
20:00: Harlequin Dynamite Marching Band – 24 Kitchen Street, Kitchen Street
21:00: Broken Men – District, Jordan Street
22:00: The Mono Lps – The Baltic Social, Parliament Street
23:00: The Fire Beneath The Sea – District, Jordan Street


Sunday March 30
12:00: James Munro – Unit 51, Jamaica Street
13:00: The Owls Baltic – Bakehouse, Bridgewater Street
14:00: Science Grrl Fair – Lantern Liverpool, Blundell Street
15:00: Jo Bywater – Baltic Bakehouse, Bridgewater Street
16:00: Barney Soanes – Siren, St James Street
17:00: The 69 Watts – Unit 51, Jamaica Street
18:00: DJ Greg Wilson in Conversation with Bernie Connor – Baltic Bakehouse, Bridgewater Street
19:00: Anna Corcoran – The Baltic Social, Parliament Street
20:00: Impropriety Forgotten Futures – Lantern Liverpool, Blundell Street
21:00: Run Tiger Run – District, Jordan Street
22:00: Joe Symes & The Loving Kind – Unit 51, Jamaica Street
23:00: DJ Rasp – District, Jordan Street

Threshold Festival 2014, March 28-30, weekend tickets: £25, student weekend ticket: £20, Friday tickets: £8, Saturday tickets: £12, Sunday tickets: £5
Booking fees apply.
Further reading on Getintothis:
Threshold Festival 2014 – full line up and listings.
Threshold Festival organisers issue statement about payment of artists.
The Destroyers to headline Threshold Festival‘s opening night
Threshold Festival 2014 announces first acts
Threshold Festival 2013: Review and pictures Part One
Threshold Festival 2013: Review and pictures Part Two
Threshold Festival 2013: Picture gallery
Natalie McCool heads for wondrous places with new single and tour
Broken Men to launch new records with District knees up
Lapsley, Nadine Carina, The Mono LP’s, Cavalry: Leaf Cafe, Liverpool
The Fire Beneath The Sea: Williamson Tunnels, Liverpool
Run Tiger Run: Hummingbird
Tony Broke, Bang On, Innuendo, DJ Rasp: The Zanzibar, Liverpool – picture gallery
Southern, VEYU, Glossom, Magic Arm, Harlequin Dynamite Marching Band, Broken Men: Williamson Tunnels, Liverpool – picture gallery

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