Watch as we get all the latest about Threshold Festival 2019

Following an already stellar raft of acts across the music & arts spectrum, Threshold has announced the full and final line-up for their 2019 festival.


Taking place on March 29th & 30th in Liverpool amidst a packed weekend of BBC 6 Music Festival and Fringe, the veteran Baltic Triangle event is also proud to announce their involvement in the official Fringe hosted by Liverpool City of Music. 

Threshold Festival Producer, Chris Herstad Carney said:

“We’ve been working on our partnership with the 6 Music Festival and the City Council since we learned about the weekend events coinciding back in December and both organisations have been keen to ensure we work in collaboration.

We’re looking forward to working with BBC 6 Music and Liverpool City of Music over what should be a big weekend for all.” – Chris Herstad Carney, Threshold Festival Producer.

The line-up reveal was released by the event production team behind the festival, who last year celebrated Arts Council funding success. Expanding again after the more compact ‘Across the Threshold‘ event in 2018. The 2019 event will take place across Baltic venues including: District, 24 Kitchen Street, Brick Street, Hobo Kiosk, RPM Studios and more to be announced.

We sent our cameras top the Baltic Triangle’s Hobo Kiosk to meet with Emelia from Threshold to get all of the latest info ahead of the next instalment of the festival.

To book your tickets for Threshold 2019 on 29 and 30 March head to the website here. Tickets for the festival are available from Skiddle and Ticket Quarter, starting at just £10 (+ booking fee).

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