Liverpool Digital Music Festival is back for 2022, and will be supporting The Florrie Food Support Programme.
Now in its fifth iteration, Liverpool Digital Music Festival returns as an acoustic live streamed online and attend in-person event. The hybrid digital music festival takes place at Phase One, 40 Seel Street on 28th, 29th & 30th October 2022.
The festival is in aid of The Florrie Food Support Programme which helps people & families across Liverpool who may be struggling with food poverty. The Florrie Community Shop provides people access to affordable groceries, toiletries, baby products & clothing.
Holding its inaugural event during the pandemic and mindful of the restrictions it imposed, the festival started as a four day online-only festival showcasing over 100 artists in May 2020.
The event returned in August 2020 live streaming from four venues around Liverpool including the M&S Bank Arena and again in October 2021 from St. Barnabas Church, Penny Lane.
So far the LDMF has showcased over 200 artists including Jamie Webster, All We Are, Zuzu, SPINN, RATS and Natalie McCool.
Applications are now open for artists of any age, genre and stature, via the festivals website: www.ldmfestival.co.uk
Applications will be accepted until midnight on the 16th October 2022.
You can find out more here: Liverpool Digital Music Festival – www.ldmfestival.co.uk