Liverpool Music Week announce final programme for 15th anniversary celebrations

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Stealing Sheep

Stealing Sheep

Liverpool Music Week unveil the full details of this years landmark extravaganza, with Getintothis’ Craig MacDonald eager to spill all the essentials. 

Liverpool Music Week has revealed the final additions to its gargantuan lineup, as it brings a plethora of sonic delights to the city for its 15th edition.

Headlined by the iconic Nile Rogers and CHIC and strewn across the length and breadth of Liverpool’s musical epicentre, over 70 acts will play across nine venues throughout the week, with the climax being the spectacular closing party on November 4.

With Getintothis unleashing the full hit for the colossal closer down at the Invisible Wind Factory and North Shore Troubadour, the heads at Liverpool Music Week have now added a host of names to this year’s gathering as they firmly justify their recent nominations at the UK Festival Awards.

A special performance of disco classics will see the Sense of Sound Singers head to the Echo Arena as they join Liverpool Disco Festival DJs to open up this year’s proceedings.

Meanwhile, the Baltic Triangle will see Dialect and Bonnacons of Doom support Blanck Mass on a night of unrelenting drone splendor, while up north Getintothis favourites Stealing Sheep join fellow off-kilter shape- shifters Makeness as they join Jungle at the Invisible Wind Factory.

Back in the center, TV ME and AGP will be joining Nottingham psych pop princes Childhood in the catacombs of The Magnet, with fellow Liverpool upstarts Loved Ones and Hers supporting the riotous Gengahr in the same venue later in the week.

Win tickets to CHIC, Nile Rodgers and Liverpool Music Week 2017 Closing Party 

One of the festival’s most anticipated shows will see God Colony, Alec Tronik and Glitterfuck come together to join Princess Nokia in raising the roof of the IWF, with fellow festival titans Positive Vibrations bringing the good vibes of Dub Defenders to District to heat up the room for Dawn Penn.

The ever present DIYBreaking Out” shows will find a monumental wave of Liverpool’s finest new acts head to EBGBS to blast its vaults with their talents as Pizzagirl, LUNA, Wildfires, The Fernweh, SPINN, Emilio Pinchi, Sugarmen, Gintis, Disastronauts, St Jude The Obscure, Mary Miller, Bill Nickson, Colour, Marmalade joining Black Pulp, Shy Billy, Mincemeat, Wild Fruit Art Collective, Queen Zee & The Sasstones, Salt The Snail, Forever in Debt and Dead Houses all set to play across the week.

Liverpool Music Week 2017

Liverpool Music Week 2017

With so much talent on offer across the seven days, its safe to say that Liverpool Music Week are making sure their special anniversary is one hell of a party.

Liverpool Music Week takes place October 26 – November 4. The full lineup for Liverpool Music Week is as follows:

  • October 26 – Liverpool Echo Arena
    CHIC feat. Nile Rodgers
    Sense of Sound Singers
    Liverpool Disco Festival DJ’s
  • October 27 – Invisible Wind Factory
    Mount Kimbie
    Palms Trax
    Young Marco
  • October 28 – EBGBS
    Kero Kero Bonito
    Pizzagirl
    LUNA
    Wildfires
  • October 29 – EBGBS
    Spinning Coin
    The Fernweh
    SPINN
    Emilio Pinchi
  • October 29 – Arts Club
    Dan Croll
  • October 29 – 24 Kitchen Street
    Abstract Orchestra
  • October 30 – EBGBS
    Girl Ray
    Sugarmen
    Gintis
    Disastrounauts
  • October 30 – Leaf
    Bella Union 20th Anniversary feat:
    Lost Horizons
    BC Camplight
  • October 31 – EBGBS
    Japanese Breakfast
    St Jude The Obscure
    Mary Miller
    Bill Nickson
  • October 31 – 24 Kitchen Street
    Blanck Mass
    Bonnacons of Doom
    Dialect
  • November 1 – The Magnet
    Childhood
    TVME
    AGP
  • November 1 – Invisible Wind Factory
    Jungle
    Stealing Sheep
    Makeness
  • November 1 – EBGBS
    Little Cub
    Colour
    Marmalade
    Black Pulp
  • November 2 – District
    Dawn Penn
    Dub Defenders
  • November 2 – EBGBS
    Goat Girl
    Shy Billy
    Mincemeat
    Wild Fruit Art Collective
  • November 3 – The Magnet
    Gengahr
    Loved Ones
    Hers
  • November 3 – Invisible Wind Factory
    Princess Nokia
    God Colony
    Flohio
    Moor Mother
    Alec Tronik
    Glitterfuck
    Gaika
  • November 3 – EBGBS
    Queen Zee and The Sasstones
    Salt The Snail
    Forever In Debt
    Dead Houses
  • November 4 – Invisible Wind Factory & North Shore Troubadour
    Liverpool Music Week Closing Party with Getintothis featuring Everything Everything, AJ Tracey, Zola Jesus, Perfume Genius, Shogun, The Orielles, Ali Horn, Danye, Deja Vega, FUSS, God On My Right, Jo Mary, L100 Cypher, Peaness, Pink Kink, Rico Don, RongoRongo, She Drew The Gun, SPILT, SPQR, Strange Collective, Suedebrown, Tea Street Band, The Bohos, Trudy and The Romance, VEYU and Violet Youth

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