The inaugural Liverpool city ‘Hope & Glory Festival’ is set to take place from Saturday, August 5th to Sunday, August 6th at the St. George’s Hall in Liverpool, showcasing a two day extravaganza of music, which will feature the likes of The Fratellis, Tom Chaplin, The Reverend & The Makers, and Haçienda Classical.
Brining you a mix of art and music, the festival, live in Liverpool for the very first time offers more than just performances from those already announced, on offer are 50 more artists, bands, and acts yet to be announced with performances taking place throughout multiple locals within the area throughout the two days.
For those that grab the first 1,200 tickets they will gain access to a free gig the night before (August 4) the festival even starts on August 5; taking place in a secret location in Liverpool.
Mainstage – ‘The Great Exhibition Stage’: Haçienda Classical, Scottish-trio The Fratellis, former Keane front-man Tom Chaplin and UK rockers Reverend & The Makers.
Elsewhere – ‘Wonders Of The Age Stage’: The Shimmer Band, The Blinders, Coquin Migale and Vynce.
With 50 additional artists yet to be named, this is looking to be a massive two-day festival you can’t miss. Tickets are now available via Hope & Glory’s website.