Liverpool Calling organisers have announced that the festival will return next year, with a new location, in the Baltic Triangle.
The one day festival will return, after a two year break, on Saturday 23rd June 2018 and the first venue confirmed for the event is Constellations.
Constellations will host two stages running from 2pm-4am, with additional venues to be confirmed in the coming months. This means that the festival will not be taking place at the Bombed Out Church like in previous years.
Liverpool Calling co-founder Andy Gilbert said “While we had a blast running the event at the Bombed Out Church the previous three years, and I would like to personally thank Ambrose and his team for his efforts, but we had no option to move on to pastures new. We aim to come back bigger and better than ever, and in 2018 we take over the Baltic Triangle region of Liverpool.”
Nominated for Best Metropolitan Festival and Best Grassroots Festival in 2015, Liverpool Calling has seen the likes of Reverend and The Makers, British Sea Power, Space and The Rifles, grace the stage as well as hosting a raft of local artists and bands. This looks set to continue as applications for musicians to apply to play will be open soon with details set to be announced in the next few weeks.
We can expect to hear the first wave of artists and full venue list as well as ticket details announced at the end of November.
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