100 musicians united online to create over 1500 minutes of live performances shown live over the bank holiday weekend in support of Liverpool NHS Hospitals and Save Our Venues.
The festival was visited by over 10,000 people who consumed over 1600 hour of video that was created by the musicians, which helped them raise over £2000 for the NHS and The Music Venue Trust.
The festival organisers say
“We are overwhelmed by the support, reception and the love we received by both the artists that performed, and audience that watched the festival. We would like to thank each and every one of you that contributed. We hope the festival shows what can be achieved when people unite together and will see you all again soon”.
“As well as all the artists, managers and labels we would also like to thank Tom Taylor, Evelyn Ong, Kate Reilly James, Richard Lewis, Bearded Magazine, Jay Hynd, The Guide Liverpool, Ian Duke, The M&S Bank Arena, Ticket Quarter, Evol, Carl Hunter, Cath Hurley, Most Deffo, Brit Williams, Bido Lito, Peter Guy, Lewis Ridley, Get in to This, Liverpool Noise, The Rattle, The Liverpool Echo, The Music Venue Trust, Dave Monks, BBC Radio Merseyside, Mike Poynton, Radio City 96.7, Bjorn Sandberg, Jon Withnal, Angie McShane, R Charity,
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Donna Staunton, Explore Liverpool, ScouseScene,Tom Anderson, Venus Demilo, Independent Liverpool, Capital Liverpool, Petty Management, The Liverpool Music Board, Mark Roberts, Laura Atkinson & Zoe Christie.”
All of the performances are available to watch via the festival website www.ldmfestival.co.uk and also the festivals Facebook video page @ldmfestival.
Donations are still being accepted on the website for people who are still enjoying the festival.