IF you have LIMF withdrawal symptoms don’t worry, as the live music continues this weekend with the finale of the Bandstand Festival.
This weekend, Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September, Sefton and Stanley Park bandstands will celebrate the best of the North West’s music talent with two days of free performances.
Saturday’s action takes place in Sefton Park with a headline performance by legendary Liverpool rock band Clinic.
On their forthcoming appearance the band said:
“We’re really looking forward to our Bandstand appearance. The Bandstand gigs are a great idea and it’s good to be a part of it.”
Stanley Park hosts the finale of the bandstand programme on Sunday with a line-up from Soul Inspired Events, which will not only see live music, but there will also be dancing and promotion of health and wellbeing. Families are encouraged to come along, bring a picnic and enjoy the live music. They said:
“We’re passionate about doing events that bring people together. Our bandstand on Sunday will bring a taste of soul culture involving music and dance ahead of Liverpool SoulFest 2015 taking place on the 23 to 25 October. We’re also excited to support the health and wellbeing of the community with a yoga and DJ session from SO Health.”
The line-up is as follows:
Saturday 5th September, Sefton Park
1pm – Daniel Saleh
1.40pm – The Shipbuilders
2.20pm – Liverpool Ukulele Orchestra
3pm – Simply Dylan
3.55pm – Alex Gavaghan
4.35pm – Mamatung
5.20pm – Clinic
Plus DJ Walrus Said will be entertaining the crowds throughout the day.
Saturday 6 September, Stanley Park
1pm – Interactive Yoga workshop
2pm – Akademix Dance
2.15pm – Rosh
2.45pm – Jess Kemp
3.15pm – Xtine
3.45pm – Katy Alex
4.15pm – Amique
Plus music throughout from DJ Vinnie.
The Bandstand Festival is commissioned by Liverpool City Council and co-ordinated by Open Culture, which aims to engage members of the public with art and culture. The Bandstand programme is part of Mayor Joe Anderson’s strategy to animate parks.
Chris Herstad Carney, Bandstand Festival Project Manager, Open Culture, said:
“It’s been our most exciting Bandstand Festival yet and this huge weekend to round things off is your last chance this summer to enjoy music and activities at the fantastic Sefton and Stanley Park.”