Liverpool Music Week ’08
Looking for the next big music event? Look no further than Liverpool Music Week. The event is held in partnership with MTV and edc by Espirit and has a reputation for being the biggest indoor winter music festival to be held in the UK. You simply can’t get bigger than Liverpool Music Week ’08.
Liverpool Music Week is a week long music sensation that sees live music events staged at more than 20 venues located in various parts of the Liverpool city centre. Ticketed shows are combined with a wide variety of free events to make sure that fans not only have access to a wonderful variety of talent but that the show is affordable and enjoyable too. The festival regularly attracts the biggest artists in the UK and also offers fresh, emerging talents a great platform from which they can gain a reputation and start to build up a good fan base. The resulting selection of music genres and musicians is absolutely mind-boggling, and virtually every music style imaginable is catered for. This year Liverpool Music Week has partnered with MTV, bringing a whole new dimension to the festival. The MTV Europe Music Awards will be staged in Liverpool and will be a part of the city’s European Capital of Culture celebrations.
More than knowing what the Liverpool Music Week is about, you’re probably wondering who’s going to be playing during the festival? Eugene McGuiness, Martha Wainwright, Loefah, Barringtone, Wolfgand Flur, SJ Downes, Nosferatu, aPatT, Nilamusic, Pete Betham and the Dinner Ladies, Mac of all Trades, Mystery Jets, Noah and the Whale, The Hot Melts, The She Creatures, Damien Dempsey, Stephen Langstaff, Phil Morton, Black Kids, cocknbullkid, Florence and the Machine, Kid British, Howard Elliot Payne, Ziroki, Solas, Dizzee Rascal, Nucleus Roots, The JoyFormidable, The Maybes?, Soulful Voices, Revenge Tragedies, Duncan Ewart, Jezz Wing, Heads of State, Vicky Pattison, Holy Ghost Revival, Wiley, Rosie and the Goldbug, The Stopouts, Paul McDowel, Mugstar, Nilamusic, Bastardcunt, Johnny Foreigner, Ipso Facto, The Holloways, Bo Weevils, Ogo, Zombina and the Skeletons, Towanda, Natalie McCool, Golden Silvers, Sway, Neptune, The Real People, 15 Storeys High, Cushfoot, Kovacs, Sense of Sound Choir, Sonny J, Cold Ones, Major Major and Sam Kearney are a few of the gigs that have already signed up to play at the festival. More well-known outfits like The Fall, Vampire Weekend and Goldfrapp will also be there. So make sure that you don’t miss out on this great week-long event and get your tickets now!