Laces Out! trainer festival is back at Camp and Furnace

Sneaker-heads all over the country are buzzing with excitement, eagerly awaiting the return of the biggest trainer and streetwear festival in North England this September, held in Liverpool’s Camp and Furnace.

The Laces Out! festival is a rising star in the UK’s streetwear scene. The last Laces Out! event was a huge success, with over 1500 people turning up throughout the day. Now it’s back for the third time, with even more rare and collectible trainers on offer.

This festival is set to be their biggest event so far, with more stalls, more traders, and more big-name brands. There’ll also be an all-day bar, street food stalls, and live turntable action from some of Liverpool’s finest, including long-time legends No Fakin’.

Festival curator Rob May said:

“Laces out!’ is for people who love trainers. Liverpool, as a city played a major part in the birth of the trainer culture in the UK, and we thought it was about time we had a festival to celebrate that.”

Cutthroat Pete, Liverpool’s cult barber and beard specialist, will also be there all day, giving on-the-spot haircuts and beard trims. Crep Protect, one of the sponsors of Laces Out!, will be cleaning and servicing trainers throughout the day, and Scotts Menswear will be bringing along a signed pair of Noel Gallagher X Adidas Originals NG-72s which they have up for grabs.

Laces Out! promises to be a haven for trainer enthusiasts, drawing in the best traders and collectors from across the UK. The popularity of this event saw the queue stretch around the building last time, so be sure to get there early for the 12:00 launch on Sunday the 20th of September.

There are a limited amount of VIP tickets available for £10, which ensure earlier entry than general tickets and some extras when you arrive. There’s also talk of a major product preview at the festival, but what exactly this is remains undisclosed for now.

The event will be held from 12 until 8pm on Sunday, 20th of September. Tickets are available at or from Transalpino on Bold Street. For more news on what’s involved follow @lacesoutfest

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