Who’s on the main stage for Liverpool Loves and when?

Liverpool Loves is just days away, a three day festival celebrating all that is good about our fine city. It kicks off on Thursday with a huge event for any local entrepreneurs – Liverpool Loves Business at the Crowne Plaza.

Then on Friday the iconic Merseybeat era is celebrated with Liverpool Loves Merseybeat in the Culturebox Marquee on the Pier Head with performances from Beryl Marsden, Ray Ennis,  Billy Kinsley and more.

Saturday sees the main festival day takeover the Pier Head focusing on family fun, culture, well being and of course our favourite thing, music.

For the kids there is everything from cooking to painting, drumming to dancing and of course lots of fairground fun to be had too. For you health lovers you can try yoga, and even better laughing yoga, tai-chi and Morning Gloryville are back to give you the chance to rave into your festival day with energising music from 8am.

But for us it’s all about the live music and on Saturday there are over 30 live acts to enjoy across three stages with Merseyrail Sound Station, Liverpool Soul Fest, Radio Merseyside and us lot providing the lineup. We have hand selected some of the best local musicians to perform on the main stage throughout the day and tried our best to put as diverse a selection as we can together.

For the full lineup of goings on at Liverpool Loves download this year’s free brochure here Liverpool Loves Festival Brochure

This is who you will see on the Guide Liverpool/ Radio Merseyside Stage on Saturday:

 

Native Kings – 11.45am

 

Spink – 12.30pm

 

Eleanor Nelly – 12.55pm

Mersey Wylie – 1.25pm

 

Deliah – 1.50pm

 

Joe Slater – 2.20pm

 

Clare Sophia – 2.50pm

 

The Soul Rays – 3.25pm

 

Shamona – 4pm

After Shamona two of Liverpool’s most well known DJ’s take to the stage for a battle of the tunes. Ian Longo and Liam Hincks will be bringing you the biggest anthems and Liverpool floorfillers to get you warmed up for our headliners.

Ian Longo

Ian Longo


The Guide Liverpool

Liam Hinkcs

 

Halem – 4.25pm

 

Headliner – The Hummingbirds – 5.15pm

 

And then Mr Dave Monks of BBC Radio Merseyside brings you…

 

Dave Monks - BBC Merseyside

Night Cafe – 6.05pm

Bribes – 6.50pm

 

The Wicked Whispers – 7.40pm

 

Headlined by Tea Street Band – 8.30pm

The Rider Stage and the Bar Funk Stage are also bringing the likes of Luke Cusato, Little Grace, Neil Noa, The Bad Habits, Joe Symes & The Loving Kind, Shellsuit & Shan Smile.

There really is something for everyone, get involved, explore, find new music and enjoy!

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