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Invisible Wind Factory Announces Summer Events Listings

Formerly a wind turbine factory on Regent Road in the Ten Streets area of Liverpool, Invisible Wind Factory is truly multi-purpose in its programming and ethos.

As one of the region’s most innovative spaces, Invisible Wind Factory continues to chart its own cosmic course with a vibrantly diverse range of events this summer, from live gigs curated by Amorphic Music, club nights and new festivals to markets, watch parties and plenty of roller skating.

In addition to the Invisible Wind Factory’s Main Hall, the iconic building is home to the IWF Rollerdrome, Substation, Factory Garden, Factory Kitchen, Workshop and Studios and is one of the UK’s leading events, creative and artistic spaces.

The venue’s programme of summer events has been released, packed with goodness all the way to the end of September. Autumn’s programme will be released soon.

Invisible Wind Factory Summer Events Listings

For tickets to all events:

Amorphic presents: Mareux + Liminal ProjectFriday 14 July
IWF Substation

Moonfrog and Amorphic music present Mareux at IWF Substation with support from murky and mysterious Mersey dark wavers Liminal Project.

Rollerdrome Summer Programme launches with Barbie SkateFriday 21 July
IWF Main Hall

The Rollerdome summer programme will include plenty of open skating, beginner and advanced skating classes for adults and kids, workshops and themed events and commences with a Barbie Skate special.

The Flying Dutchman – Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July
IWF Main Hall

The Flying Dutchman is a haunting political tale exploring the displacement of people and the psychology and realities of living on an island with hardening borders.

Love Island Final Watch Party – date TBA
IWF Main Hall

Expect interactive rounds, amazing prizes, a DJ spinning the best party tunes, and a very special guest host to be announced soon.

Amorphic presents: The Utopia Strong – Wednesday 26 July
IWF Substation

Featuring world snooker champion Steve Davis and left-field visionary Kavus Torabi.

909 presents Henry Saiz – Saturday 29 July
Summer Terrace

909 takes over the Invisible Wind Factory Outdoor Terrace for their legendary summer party with Henry Saiz.

No Play Festival – Saturday 5 August
IWF Main Hall

A brand-new, alternative music festival with Yonaka, Vukovi, Higher Power, Super love, Lizzy Farrall, Love is Noise and Gen and the Degenerates.

Amorphic presents: The Sun Ra Arkestra – Saturday 12 August
IWF Main Hall

Legendary avant garde jazz ensemble The Sun Ra Arkestra take centre stage at IWF.

Amorphic presents: Deerhoof – Wednesday 23 August
IWF Main Hall

Avant noise-pop group Deerhoof return to Liverpool after a decade-long hiatus.

Crep Car Boot – Saturday 26 August
IWF Main Hall

Find the freshest creps from some of the highest rated vendors in the UK, local street food, sneaker artwork and accessories with non-stop DJs.

909 Terrace Party – Steve Parry and Samuel Lamont – Bank Holiday Sunday 27 August
Summer Terrace

909 are back on the terrace to see out the long weekend with legend Steve Parry and Samuel Lamont.

Amorphic presents: Mick Harvey – Sunday 17 September
IWF Substation

Mick Harvey of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and The Birthday Party presents material from his new album of duets with Mexican singer Amanda Acevedo at a series of concerts alongside Berlin’s ’Sometimes with Others’ and J.P. Shilo.

Live Nation presents: Crawlers – Saturday 23 September
IWF Main Hall

Liverpool rockers Crawlers take over IWF.

Amorphic presents: Rhys Chatham’s G3Sunday 24 September
IWF Main Hall

Rhys Chatham is a composer, guitarist, trumpet player and flutist from Manhattan, currently living in Paris, who altered the DNA of rock and created a new type of urban music by fusing the overtone-drenched minimalism of the early 60s with the relentless, elemental fury of the Ramones.

Invisible Wind Factory
3 Regent Rd, Liverpool, L3 7DS

For tickets and full info for all events:


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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