Liverpool International Music Festival 2013: The Charlatans set for St George’s Hall date


The Charlatans are to round off the Liverpool International Music Festival August Bank Holiday festivities at St George’s Hall alongside Tea Street Band and By The Sea.

The Charlatans are to headline the closing Bank Holiday weekend festivities of the Liverpool International Music Festival 2013.
The iconic 90s band, who released chart-smashing albums Tellin’ Stories, The Charlatans, Some Friendly and Us and Us Only, will play an all-dayer alongside Liverpool-born Hacienda DJ Greg Wilson.
The band, fronted by vocalist Tim Burgess, have notched up 11 studio albums – including three number one albums – and had 17 hits in the UK’s singles chart, will play a special gig organised by Liverpool promoters Freeze in St George’s Hall on Monday 26 August.
Bassist Martin Blunt said: “It’s great to be part of the city’s first International Music Festival, performing in the legendary St George’s Hall venue will be a first for us – the whole band are looking forward to it.
They are joined at the St George’s Hall gig, which runs 4pm-12am, by former Hacienda DJ Greg Wilson, former GIT Award nominees The Tea Street Band and By The Sea.
Completing the bill are The Fallows, Deadbeat Echoes, Regency, The Bibelots, Psyence, Welcome Pariah, Violet Class, Wilson Minds and Barnie Soanes.
Liverpool’s best new musicians are to play Sefton Park in a free gig on Sunday August 25 hand-picked by Getintothis and Bido Lito!full details here.
Yaw Owusu, LIMF music curator, said: “I think people will continually be surprised by the line-up and we’re delighted to add The Charlatans to the roll call of fantastic acts.
Tickets are £32.50 plus booking fee and can be bought from here.
Further reading on Getintothis
Getintothis reviews The Charlatans at the Apollo, Manchester.
Liverpool pop star Rebecca Ferguson to play Liverpool International Music Festival 2013.
By The Sea: Endless Days, live at Leaf Tea Shop.
GIT Award 2013 Nominee profile: By The Sea.
By The Sea live with Wild Nothing at the Kazimier.