11 Jul 2007
A host of talent from the folk/rock scene is set to descend onLiverpool as it gears up for the city’s first eco-friendly musicfestival
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Date: Saturday 11 Aug 2007
Venue: Liverpool Cricket Ground, Aigburth, Liverpool
Description: LIVERPOOL SET TO HOST FIRST GREEN MUSIC FESTIVAL!
A host of talent from the folk/rock scene is set to descend on Liverpool as it gears up for the city’s first eco-friendly music festival. Livefest is due to take the city by storm this August when a host of acts including Alabama 3, Hayseed Dixie and Shack will arrive to perform at the one-day event to be held at Liverpool Cricket ground in Aigburth
The green event will be the first of its kind in the North West and is set to attract some 10,000 music lovers to the city to watch a fusion of international, local and unsigned talent take to the stage.
Festival director, Tony Rothwell comments: “Livefest has been in the planning stages for some time, we have been very busy making sure the event is as green as it can be and of course, choosing the right acts for a landmark festival as this.“
Contacts: Amy Woodhouse
Web Address: www.livefest.co.uk
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