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100 local artists unite to support Liverpool NHS Hospitals and Save Our Venues

100 local artists unite this bank holiday weekend to support Liverpool NHS Hospitals and Save Our Venues, for Liverpool Digital Music Festival.

The festival has announced new additions to the line-up including Zuzu, RATS, Courting, HAARM, Tokky Horror,SKIA, Bandit, The JJohns and Phil Jones.


The updated line up adds 50 artists to those that were revealed last week, including Jamie Webster, All We Are, SPINN, Natalie McCool, The Peach Fuzz and Abbie Ozard.


Liverpool Digital Music Festival is a free online festival taking place 22-25th May in support of the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Save Our Venues campaign from The Music Venue Trust supporting grassroot music venues.

The festival has also announced a launch party, taking place on Friday 22nd May from 8pm, with Munkey Junkey, Phil Jones, Wide Eyed Boy, Tokky Horror, Natalie McCool and All We Are starting the four-day celebration of Liverpool Music.


Other artists announced to perform at the festival include:

Aimee Steven, Amber Jay, Ali Horn, Attic Theory, AYA, Beats By Tom Feat Jonny Crane (DJ Set), Ben Burke, Callum Crighton, Cara Islay, Charity Shop Pop, Cures and Curses, Dave Bolton (DJ Set), Deana, Deliah, Domi Hawken, Duo-Tone Productions feat. Sense of Sound, Ed Black, Ed Poole, Eleanor Boland, Fagan, Fiona Bevan, Gallia, Green Tangerines, Gen and the Degenerates, Gus Barretau, Harry Smethurs, Helen Maw, Henrio, Hi, Charity, Hightown Pirates, How Many?, Isabelle Tarran, Jack Gill, Jessica Luise, Joey King, John Farrington, Joshua Kane-Rice, JP (DJ Set), Katie Nicholas, Kate O’dempsey, Katy Alex, Kid Gorgeous, Kingfast, Kris Kelly (DJ
Set), Laura Oakes, Livvy K, L/zard, Loris and the Lion, Lucy Mayhew, Luna (DJ Set), LYDIAH, Mason Owens, Meg Shaw, Molly Green, Munkey Junkey, Mutant Vinyl, Natalie and the Monarchy, New Junior, Niki Kand, Ovvls, Paul Dunbar, Paul Iwan, Pleasure Island, Reilly James, Richard Batty, Sara Wolff, Scott Beckett, Sie Austin (DJ Set), Sienne, Silvermoon, Shards, Sophie Bernice, Spilt, STONE, Tall Children, The Heavy North, The Merchants, The Mono LPs, MiG 15, Tierny, Tilly Louise, Tori Cross, Venus Demilo, Wide Eyed Boy.

You can watch the entire festival for free, view the full schedule and line up, and make a donation to support the charities via the festival website: www.ldmfestival.co.uk

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