Liverpool Calling festival has today announced the first wave of acts for their 2018 summer event, after a two year hiatus.

Leeds noise-makers Pulled Apart By Horses and Pysch Rockers The Wytches have been announced as co-headliners for the festival which will extend to a two day event. As well as the main event on Saturday, 23rd June (taking over the Baltic Triangle), there will also be a busy Friday night schedule planned in Liverpool City Centre.

Pulled Apart By Horses

Pulled Apart By Horses

Friday’s offering will consist of some touring emerging acts topping the bill with some excellent local bands and record label showcases, hitting venues such as the Jacaranda, EBGBs, and Studio 2.

On Saturday the festival will set up in the ever-growing Baltic Triangle, to host a wide range of acts across various genres, consisting of top nationally-recognised touring artists as well championing the best local and unsigned bands the city has to offer.

The festival will also have a dedicated acoustic stage with Will Varley headlining and more names to be announced soon. Elsewhere,  there will be hotly tipped band Sheafs as well as plenty of local talent in the shape of Strange Bones, SPQR, Peaness, Shy Billy, Life at the Arcade, Generation, The Jackobins, Elevant, Thom Morecroft, Emily Capell, Crapsons, Michael Bennett.

You can get Early Bird Discount Tickets for just £20 + booking fee via Skiddle here

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