Over 60 artists announced to play the next Liverpool Digital Music Festival
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Liverpool Digital Music Festival has announced over 60 artists playing across four stages this August bank holiday weekend from venues around the city.
The festival is free to watch and headliners include Zuzu, Natalie McCool, The Peach Fuzz, Tokky Horror, Phil Jones, The Merchants, Ask Elliot, The Heavy North, Lauren Lo Sung, KUSP & Sophia Essel. The festival is in support local charities Claire House, Merseyside Youth Association and Mary Seacole House.
This is the second instalment of the festival, after organisers launched the online event earlier this summer due to lockdown restrictions. The festival is a celebration of Liverpool’s music scene, bringing artists together for a unified good cause.
Due to take place over the Bank Holiday Weekend (Sat 29th – Mon 31st August) Liverpool Digital Music Festival is delighted to announce over 60 artists will be taking part in the festival.
Other artists to feature at the festival are The Cheap Thrills, The Kairos, Monkey Junkey, Aimée Steven, Paul Dunbar, SHARDS, Venus Demilo, Ben Burke, Amber Jay, Sam Cooke, Kate O’Dempsey, Zulu, Cafe Spice, Garnets, Meg Shaw, Lucy Mayhew, Joshua Kane-Rice, Green Tangerines, Gallia, Sienne, New Junior, The Mono LPs, Luna, Livvy K, Jessica Luise, Natalie and the Monarchy, Mason Owens, James Morgan, Blueprint, Toriah, Existential Pleasures, Lupini, G33, Cassine, Saigon, Nautica, Moritz, Nikki Chong, Kingfast, Kid Gorgeous, Subcora, Larmour & Ross Robertson.
In addition to the M&S Bank Arena headline stage, city centre independent venues Jacaranda Phase One, E.B.G.B.S and The SAE Institute will be featured on the lineup.
The festival is in support local charities Claire House, Merseyside Youth Association and Mary Seacole House. Donations can be made at www.ldmfestival.co.uk throughout the festival.