LACES OUT! is back bringing the North West’s largest trainer festival to Liverpool
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LACES OUT! Trainer Festival is back for it’s 12th event to date at it’s original home the Camp & Furnace. The North Wests largest celebration of the trainers, lifestyle and streetwear reaches its 7th year and LACES OUT! SS21.
The popular trainer festival see’s sneaker lovers and alike from across the world, old and young descend on the city to browse the thousands of rare, vintage and dead stock trainers available to ticket holders by it’s huge number of independent traders and collectors. As always the market place is accompanied by a panel of special guests, brands, and DJ’s. For 2021, LACES OUT! is coming back to its original home Camp & Furnace Dock, in the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool.
The 4th December will see Camp & Furnace packed with sneaker lovers, selling and buying their way through the endless amounts of tables lined with rarest trainers you can find.
Alongside the market place, LACES OUT! will bring its much loved panel talks, historically filled with key industry figures sharing their knowledge and wisdom. This season the team bring the legendary James Lavelle from (Mo’Wax / UNKLE) to Liverpool. A true pioneer in UK music and a highly influential figure in fashion, design, film and art. He’ll be in conversation with Scouse expat Macca (NTS Radio) to discuss music, clubland, collaborations, streetwear and sneakers.
Official partners Seven Store Liverpool will be offering a huge 20% discount in their Baltic Triangle store all weekend as part of their partnership with Laces Out!.
Crep Protect are also back as official partners of the event. They will be present on the day giving away free sneaker cleans, and also give festival goers a chance to win some of the rarest trainers on the market with their ‘‘Cop or Flop‘‘ Machine.
The official after party will be held at The Merchant, Liverpool, 5pm- late where James Lavelle from (Mo’Wax / UNKLE) perform a rare DJ set along side Macca (NTS) No Fakin DJs & Dharma Collective.