After months planning and organising, Liverpool Sound City music festival and conference arrives this week for 4 days jam packed every hour with music creativity and talent. Over 450 artists and bands, 1000 conference delegates and 35,000 revellers will descend on a cityfamous for its rich musical heritage, to take part in the third annual celebration of music.
Liverpool Sound City is much more than just a music festival, with movie screenings, photography exhibitions, Q & A sessions and football tournaments, also over 60 speakers and 1000 delegates will take part in the festival’s biggest music business conference which takes places in the Hilton and Hard Day’s Night Hotels.
With it being chosen as Top City Festival 2009 by Sunday Times Culture Liverpool Sound City has something for everyone - you don't get titles like that easily
If you missed Oggcamp at the beginning of May then you missed a really note worthy conference in Liverpool's burgeoning Tech scene.
You can find out more about the conference from this (unedited) video interview with Dan Lynch one of the organisers and an active member of the Liverpool Open Source community.
A fantastic line up of internationally renowned artists musicians and technologists provide a of Events, Interventions, Music, exhibitions plus a fantastic conference.
The forthcoming Bank Holiday weekend promises to be an excellent opportunity to listen to some great tunes and share your culture at Ogg Camp at the Black-E.
On Friday night Bad Format Social Clubin Liverpool, will kick off the weekend in style with live music from David Rovics, Attila The Stockbroker and Rathole Radio host (and Linux Outlaw)Dan Lynch , among other guests. Tickets are £5 in advance and can be bought from the Rathole Radio website right now. It's sure to be quite unlike any other gig you've ever seen before and it will be the start of something unique.