With the first wave of acts already confirmed for Threshold Festival, just how many more upcoming musicians can you fit in to the line-up? Getintothis’ Ryan Craig has the answer.
The already mighty line-up is now full to the brim with emerging talents, as Threshold Festival announce their second wave of acts.
Joining previously announced headliner Hannah Peel from March 31- April 2, will be sinister rock band Rongorongo, thrash heavy trio False Advertising (who will be playing their first set since appearing at SXSW Festival) and self-described neo-90’s band Disastronauts.
Also in the mix are newcomers Queen Zee and The Sasstones and Wild Fruit Art Collective, who are add a distinctive venom to the already bustling array of hometown acts on offer, throughout the Baltic venues set to stage the seventh outing of the festival
The already successful festival is guaranteed to cement itself once again as one of the finest to showcase rising talent, live music and grass root artists – for which we are already spoilt rotten!
The full second wave line-up is listed below, playing in venues situated across Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle – March 31 – April 2, with tickets costing just £15.
- False Advertising
- Caroline McLavy
- Queen Zee and The Sasstones
- Wild Fruit Art Collective
- Daisy Gill
- Marc Constantine
- Hang Syem