The last day of the shortest month is here, and it’s packed full of great events for those of you looking to wave goodbye to February with a flourish, and hello to March.
For The Love Of… is a new event taking place at The Zanzibar today, Saturday 28th February. It starts at 1pm and goes on to 1am the next day. Its aim is to raise much needed funds for CALM, the Campaign Against Living Miserably. Entry is only a pound (donation), and will grant you access to live music, art, fashion, raffles with fab prizes, and much more.
Providing music will be Peter and the Wolf, Eugene McGuinness, The Lost Brothers, Whiskey Headshot, Dead Cities (formerly Alterkicks), Lisa Dalton, John Mullin and Slopes.
In addition to the For The Love Of event there’s a choice of four other acoustic gigs on the evening of 28th Feb, starting with…
Robin Nolan with Nouveau Django @ Mocha Lounge
When – Sat, 28 February, 20:00 – 23:30
Where – The Mocha Lounge, 20 Sir Thomas Street, Liverpool, L1 6BW (map)
The amazing Robin Nolan returns to his spiritual home of Liverpool for a one off UK appearance.Fresh from an invited appearance with Bill Wyman in Holland and just before he jets off to Iceland then California you get the chance to catch him with Liverpool’s own Nouveau Django. Trust me this one is not to be missed!
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