The Guide gears up to cover the Liverpool International Music Festival

Once again The Guide Liverpool will broadcast backstage from the LIMF TV Studio to bring viewers all of the action, as it happens at the Sefton Park event

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Liverpool International Music Festival returns to Sefton Park this weekend

 

Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) returns to Sefton Park this weekend where acts such as Example, Hacienda Classical, Wylie and DJ Jazzy Jeff will perform live.

Once again The Guide Liverpool will broadcast backstage from the LIMF TV Studio to bring viewers all of the action, as it happens.The Guide Liverpool will be taking viewers behind the scenes and to the forefront of all the festival action with LIMF TV.

Now in it’s sixth year, LIMF 2018 is set to be the most exciting yet with 18 hours of music, a dedicated family zone and VIP facilities that music fans can’t get enough of.

Filming from the on-site LIMF TV Studio, they’ll be bringing you interviews from all the stars and finding out things like what Norwegian singer Aurora thinks of Liverpool, whether DJ Trevor Nelson still gets nervous and how Jax Jones is going to beat his crowd-pleasing performance from last year.

As well as that you’ll get a sneak peak backstage as cameras go behind the scenes with the crews on Central Stage to show how this huge festival is put together. 

LIMF TV will be hosted by The Guide Liverpool regulars, Jay Hynd and Kate Reilly James, with Jay also hosting the LIMF Central Stage throughout the weekend. You can watch LIMF TV from Saturday morning on The Guide Liverpool’s Twitter and Facebook feeds.

Rapidly approaching it’s third birthday, The Guide Liverpool has grown to be one of the city’s best loved and most in demand media platforms, bringing the region what’s on news, in a way that they want to view it.

The Guide Liverpool has further expansion in site and in January 2018 launched The Guide Live daily bulletins which give viewers a regular insight what’s happening around the city in a simple, fun two-minute roundup, filmed daily at its Liverpool City Centre studios. 

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