The Liverpool Working Class Music Festival is starting THIS weekend.
Have you bought your tickets yet?
If not, follow the link to their website to book online.
Or contact The Liverpool Philharmonic Box Office on 0151 709 3789 or in person on Hope St, Liverpool
And we’ve just heard about a 2-for-1 offer for Bob Marley night on Monday!! More details below.
SUNDAY: Leon Rosselson and Roy Bailey headline this fabulous night of political folk. It’s Leon’s 50th year of singing out the truth so expect something a bit different. Also with songstress Frankie Armstrong and David Ferrard. In conjunction with War On Want
This show has only a handful of tickets left so don’t miss out.
MONDAY: What a spectacular show this is. Legend Live is a TWO HOUR stage show of the music of Bob Marley by the greatest Marley band in Europe. Even The Wailers are fans!!!! Supported by The Clash band Rebel Truce. In conjunction with Love Music Hate Racism / Unite Against Fascism
AMAZING VALUE OFFER: Get 2 tickets for the price of 1 for this night when you buy tickets in advance!!
EVEN BETTER: Already bought a ticket at full price? Phone the Phil and get your second FREE ticket!!
TUESDAY: Liverpool favourites AMSTERDAM will be rocking the Picket to its foundations. Supported by The Trestles, Liverpool rapper Kof (fresh from this year’s appearance at Glastonbury!), Claire Mooney, and guitar virtuoso Phil Hare.
WEDNESDAY: What better way to finish the festival than with the amazing CHUMBAWAMBA. Also supported by punk poet Attila The Stockbroker, Liverpool’s own Alun Parry, and the spellbinding Tracey Curtis. In conjunction with the Royal College of Nursing
The Liverpool Working Class Music Festival is the ONLY annual festival of its kind in the whole of Europe. It’s well worth supporting, and it’s taking place right here in the centre of Liverpool.
Full details about the festival can be found at www.workingclassmusic.org.uk
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