Liverpool gig guide: rescheduled shows including Dua Lipa, The Who, Bambara, Summer Camp, and more


Dupa Lipa (photo credit: via artist’s Facebook page)

More rescheduled gigs have been announced this week, Getintothis’ Simon Kirk spills the details.

Well, this is certainly a different Easter vibe.

Shall we say Happy Easter? Feels a bit strange to be honest.

Anyway, we hope you’re enjoying whatever it is you plan on doing, sitting at home and eating chocolate for the majority, I’m sure.

Like the last two weeks, there’s no messin’ here, for obvious reasons.

Below is a list of rescheduled gigs that were due to take place across the city before things went to the brown stuff.

There’s also a handful of new gigs which have been added and quietly announced while we’ve been on lockdown.

We’re not going to go too much into things here.

We’ll leave the superlatives for the actual gig guide in the lead up to when these gigs actually take place.

However, keep checking back as this page will be updated weekly as more news of rescheduled gigs comes to light.

Happy Easter Sunday. Stay safe and stay home.

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  • Willie J Healey + Wunderhorse: Phase One, Monday August 3
  • Bambara: Jimmy’s Wednesday, August 19
  • Big Youth + The Upper Cut Band: District, Saturday August 29
  • Crapfest 2: Phase One, Sunday August 30

Nap Eyes (Photo credit: Artist’s Facebook page)


  • Nap Eyes: Leaf, Wednesday September 2
  • Caribou: Invisible Wind Factory, Friday September 11
  • The Twilight Sad: Arts Club, Wednesday September 16
  • The Peach Fuzz: Arts Club, Friday September 18
  • Novelty Island: The Shipping Forecast, Saturday September 19
  • Ash: Arts Club, Tuesday September 22
  • Natalie McCool: Kazimier Stockroom, Thursday September 24
  • The Night Cafe: Eventim Olympia, Friday September 25
  • Jamie Webster: O2 Academy, Saturday September 26
  • Liverpool Sound City: Baltic Triangle, Friday September 25, Saturday September 26 and Sunday September 27
  • Chuck ‘The Iceman’ Liddell: Eventim Olympia, Sunday September 27

All We Are


  • All We Are: Arts Club, Friday October 2
  • Peggy Sue + Grip Tight: Studio2 Parr Street, Saturday October 3
  • Porridge Radio: Studio 2 Parr Street, Thursday October 8
  • Cast: O2 Academy, Thursday October 8
  • OMD: Future Yard, Birkenhead Saturday October 10
  • Elbow: Eventim Olympia, Tuesday October 13
  • Lee Scratch Perry: 24 Kitchen Street, Saturday October 17
  • Genghar: The Zanzibar, Monday October 19
  • October Drift: Arts Club, Wednesday October 21
  • Summer Camp: Future Yard, Birkenhead, Thursday October 22
  • 808 State: O2 Academy, Friday October 23
  • Soul II Soul: Eventim Olympia, Friday October 23
  • Feeder: O2 Academy, Saturday October 24
  • Paul Heaton, Jacqui Abbott: M & S Bank Arena, Saturday October 24
  • Real Lies: The Shipping Forecast, Thursday October 29
  • The Shires: Liverpool Philharmonic, Friday October 30

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  • Slow Readers Club: O2 Academy, Friday November 6
  • Kawala: Arts Club, Wednesday November 11
  • Jarv Is: Invisible Wind Factory, Friday November 27



  • Larkins: O2 Academy Thursday December 3
  • Eyesore & The Jinx: The Shipping Forecast, Saturday December 5
  • UB40: Eventim Olympia, Saturday December 5
  • Jarboe/MAL: Kazimier Stockroom, Monday December 7
  • Electric Six: O2 Academy, Wednesday December 9
  • Heaven 17: O2 Academy, Friday December 11
  • Ian Prowse & Amsterdam: O2 Academy, Saturday December 12

Positive Vibration


  • Dua Lipa: M&S Bank Arena, Wednesday January 6
  • The Who: M & S Bank Arena, Monday March 8
  • Paul Weller: Eventim Olympia, Tuesday March 16
  • The Undertones: O2 Academy, Friday March 26
  • Craig David: M&S Bank Arena, April 11
  • Pzyk Fest: Invisible Wind Factory, Saturday May 15
  • Positive Vibration: Baltic Triangle, June 11-12

This page will be updated weekly, so stay tune for further announcements.