Liverpool International Music Festival will be adding LIMF Radio to its already outstanding 2016 festival programme. Broadcasting locally on 87.7FM, as well as online via, the station will be used to reflect the past and present Liverpool music scene as well as featuring artists and bands who will be taking part in July’s highly anticipated event.

The radio station will also be an invaluable platform for the region’s new music, presenters and DJs, once again highlighting the festival’s commitment to new talent and strengthening the local scene and industry on a global scale.

LIMF Radio will also provide training for 35 local young people who want to enter the industry. Sessions will be led by BBC Radio 1 presenter Adele Roberts, former founding manager of BBC 1Xtra, Ray Paul and Laura Lukanz who is the former music manager of BBC 1Xtra and EVP of First Access Entertainment. Station Manager duties fall under the responsibility of 24 year old Liam Broughton, an up and coming talent in Liverpool’s music scene who has already successfully managed a local radio station for Everton and Black History Month. 

LIMF Radio will be broadcast from 2nd July up until 29th July on 87.7FM with full information available at For more information on the full LIMF programme visit