FestivalsLiverpool Music ArtistsLiverpool Music SceneMusic

Acid Klaus & YOBS Announced For Penny Lane Weekender Festival

The Penny Lane Weekender team have announced the next wave of acts for this summer’s festival, including Sheffield based Acid Klaus, the latest venture from Adrian Flanagan of The Moonlandingz and Eccentric Research Council, with his new electronic music project. It is sure to be an unmissable performance.

They’ve also confirmed that Liverpool garage rock band YOBS will be playing. The Liverpool four piece have recently released their self titled debut album on the Fuzz Club label. They’re going to be huge so catch them in a smaller venue whilst you can.

Created in 2023 by Liverpool Post Punk band Pleasure Island, the festival is taking place across three venues, Foghertys, Tavern Co and Dovedale Towers from 2 – 4 August, located on and around Liverpool’s iconic Penny Lane and is supported by Culture Liverpool. 

The full list of second release artists are:

Acid Klaus · Nudist · Candy Opera · Cheery · Yobs · The Gentle Scars · Zara Smile · Marvins Revenge · The Dirty Looks · Victor Serge · Human Stock · Paint Me In Colour · BlueBelle · Mævey · Niki Kand · Japanese Shite Raffle · Rain Age · Bored Marsh · Gondolas

They will be joining:

Pleasure Island · Ming City Rockers · Tramp Attack · Austerity Dogs · Dreampark · Bleach Brain · COW · Opium Clippers · Pray For Mojo · Drew Friel · Evil Pink Machine · ELLiS·D · Takotsubo Men · Dynastain · Astles · Two Blinks I Love You Three Stars · Tosin Salako · Benno · Alien Izz · Sweet Beans · Lazygirl · Kingsley Beat · Cal Ruddy

This grassroots festival gives the opportunity for Liverpool bands and independent acts from further afield to showcase their talents to the local community of Penny Lane and the surrounding areas.

Second Release tickets are priced at just £15 and available from pennylanefestival.com.


Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *