Musicians Against Homelessness boasts massive two day line up to raise funds for Crisis.
Hangar34 will be host to a weekend of live music to raise funds for the homeless.
In support of Crisis, Musicians Against Homelessness will take place on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of September and follows on from The Waveform Transmitter‘s recent fund raising night at District for the same cause.
The event kicks off at 2pm on Saturday with a who’s who of Liverpool acts including Xam Volo, Sugarmen, Red Rum Club, an acoustic set from The Sundowners and The Wicked Whispers, The Racket, The Boston Shakers, Xander and The Peace Pirates, Maz from Alias Kid, Timo Tierney, The Pages of History, Lucas and King, Musical Mayhem, and a DJ set from She Drew The Gun.
Sunday sees Space frontman Tommy Scott accompanied by The La’s Paul Hemmings and Satin Beige, The Vryll Society, Nigel Clark, The Bluetones’ Mark Morriss, Nasher of Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Thomas Lang, The Lottery Winners, Connie Lush, The Jackobins, Life At The Arcade with Lucas and King and Musical Mayhem making their second appearances of the weekend.
The fundraising won’t stop there as organisers have also announced plans for two additional weekender events at The 27 Club on September 23rd/24th and September 30th/October 1st. Keep an eye out for additional details which we’re told will feature around 30 bands across three stages.
Musicians Against Homelessness takes place on the 2nd and 3rd September at Hangar34, £20 weekend tickets and £10 day tickets can be purchased here and all proceeds will go to Help the Homeless.