Liverpool lyp-sync challenge returns to raise funds for homeless
Being held in aid of homeless charity Wirral Ark, the Liv Sync Battle takes place on Friday, March 9, at Camp and Furnace in the Baltic Triangle, and is based on the popular Spike TV series Lip Sync Battle
Liv Sync Battle is returning to Liverpool offering people to opportunity to make a show of themselves live on stage and raise vital funds to help homeless people.
Being held in aid of homeless charity Wirral Ark, the event takes place on Friday, March 9, at Camp and Furnace in the Baltic Triangle, and is based on the popular Spike TV series Lip Sync Battle, which sees celebrities mime to their chosen song.
Each act will have attended fully choreographed rehearsals and will perform with professional backing dancers from Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists MD Productions.
Wirral Ark will receive all sponsorship raised by the acts and all money raised through people voting for their favourite performers.
Acts will include Capital FM’s Graeme Smith, from Liv Soul Fest Kelly Parker, from Liverpool Pride John Bird, model Jade Ainsworth with MD Productions’ Miguel Doforo and will include performances of Kylie, Ru Paul, Moulin Rouge and a few surprises.
Hosting the event is The Guide Liverpool and radio’s Jay Hynd, who will introduce the acts and present the winning act with a 3D printed version of the Liv Sync Battle logo.
The logo was created by local Baltic Triangle-based Uncle Frank Productions, with trophies 3D printed by Sparkle FX, a locally based special effects company.