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CONTENT Reveals Its First Full Season Of Shows Into Spring 2024

A sold-out show from The Pretenders is followed by heavyweight shows from The Vaccines, Stereolab, Maisie Peters, Homotopia Festival, Craig Charles Funk & Soul House Party, The Cheap Thrills and Bill-Ryder Jones with many more to come.

Over at CONTENT in Liverpool, the venue is now gearing up for a sensational first full season of live music running all the way into spring 2024. 

As one of the UK’s newest destinations for live music and events, the Baltic Triangle’s hotspot has already hosted two stellar international acts with Caroline Polachek and Unknown Mortal Orchestra performing earlier in the summer. The legendary Liverpool Disco Festival joined them in an initial 3-pronged soft launch which attracted diverse audiences from across the UK.

CONTENT is now embarking on its first full season of shows from autumn into spring. Kicking off is an epic double header featuring Pretenders with Chrissie Hynde on Sunday 22 October and No.1 pop sensation Maisie Peters on Monday 23 October. 

The Pretenders rose from London’s late-70s punk and new wave scene gaining huge popularity across the world and they remain a potent and compelling force to this day. They are swiftly followed by Maisie Peters, who is signed to Ed Sheeran’s record label and opened the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival this year and performs at CONTENT as part of her UK tour following the release of her number one album The Good Witch

Next up, in November CONTENT plays host to the Homotopia Festival 2023 Opening Night on Saturday 11 November. Homotopia is the UK’s longest running LGBTQIA arts and cultural festival and CONTENT will proudly welcome their 20th anniversary launch with the queer cabaret and pro wrestling collective FIST, a dynamic mix of vibrant comedy, electrifying drag performers and jaw dropping wrestling moves. It also stars Filla Crack, Lilly Snatch Dragon and DJs until midnight.

The Vaccines Will Play CONTENT Liverpool in January 2024
The Vaccines Will Play CONTENT in January 2024

On 15 November the legendary Stereolab, one of the most innovative bands of the 90s, led by Tim Gane and Laetitia Sadier, will bring a blend of avant-pop and jazzy futurism to Liverpool for their show in the city in over twenty years.

To see out the year in the most celebratory of styles, CONTENT will celebrate the festive season with Liverpool legend Craig Charles hosting his legendary Funk & Soul House Party on Boxing Day Tuesday 26 December. CONTENT will be transformed into Craig’s living room where he will delve into his extensive record collection bringing a packed-out show groove, funk and soul classics all night. Backed up by a stellar Liverpool and Northwest line up. Featuring Lifetime Achievement 2022 DJ Mag winner, DJ Paulette. Liverpool’s Sense of Sound Singers will perform a heavy set of uplifting dance and soul Boxing Day bangers alongside another live performance from Big Disco Energy.

Attention then turns to the New Year and a trio of dates to savour. Indie-rocking legends and festival headliners The Vaccines will perform a no doubt sold-out show at CONTENT on Saturday 13 January, celebrating the release of their new album Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations as part of their UK and European 2024 tour. Then Saturday 2 March sees fast-rising Liverpool band The Cheap Thrills headlining in their biggest hometown show to date at CONTENT, following their sold-out main room show at the 02 Academy.

Rounding off this first full season, more Merseyside magnificence drops in on Thursday 21 March with Bill Ryder-Jones, who after multiple sold-out Liverpool headline shows has chosen CONTENT to play and with his new 8-piece band performing a multiverse of folk-laden melodic tracks from his brand new forthcoming 2024 album.

Tickets for all shows are available via and 


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.

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