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LIMF is back! and this year’s theme is Power To The People & Purpose. 

As society becomes awakened to the need for social justice, equality, equity and true inclusion, LIMF celebrates those trailblazing people, movements and music genres that have changed the game by manifesting that the power is in the people.

LIMF ’22 will forego the mass outdoor multi-stage festival for a curated and more nuanced programme that will take place across the city centre at important venues and spaces. Encompassing international and national household names alongside new voices and emerging sounds, the festival takes off from where it left off in 2019, but with a decidedly different ambition.

LIMF Line Up (So far!)

M&S Bank Arena: Friday 29 July

  • UB40 ft Ali Campbell and Guests:
  • Aswad
  • DJ Ras Kwame (Capital Xtra)

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall: Friday 29 July

  • De L Soul (Live) and Guests
  • Kojey Radical
  • Berwyn
  • No Fakin

St Luke’s Church (Bombed Out Church): Friday 29 July

  • Girls Don’t Sync and Guests

Invisible Wind Factory: Friday 29 July

  • System by Gaika
  • Flohio
  • Flora Yin Wong
  • Glor1a
  • God Colony
  • Nazar

24 Kitchen Street: Friday 29 July

  • Heartless Crew House Party
  • Shola Ama
  • Shortee Blitz
  • Scott Garcia
  • DJ Cali
  • MC Shabba D
  • DJ Smokey
  • MC Preshus

District: Saturday 30 July (Dry bar event)

  • LIMF Presents…The Shubz (Anthony Walker Foundation Festival After Party)
  • Kenny All-Star (BBC Radio 1Xtra)
  • Sian Anderson (BBC Radio 1Xtra)
  • Cuppy (BBC Radio 1Xtra)
  • Kizzi

East Village Arts Club: Saturday 30 July

  • Donae’o Presents Skank Out
  • Rampage
  • Supa D
  • Gracious K
  • Donch
  • Versatile
  • DJ Zeke

Camp and Furnace: Sunday 31 July

  • The Zutons with special guests
  • Red Rum Club
  • She Drew The Gun
  • Big Joanie – The Dream Machine – Blondes
  • The Heavy North – Pixey – Michael Aldag
  • Mexican Dogs – Silent K – Psycho Comedy
  • The Sundowners – Casino – Tilly Louise
  • Razzmatazz – Fiona Lennon

East Village Arts Club: Sunday 31 July

  • Heather Small (M People)
  • House Gospel Choir
  • DJ Ronnie Herel (MI Soul Radio)

Event Date: Friday 29th July – Sunday 31st July 2022

LOCATION: Liverpool City Centre


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Liverpool International Music Festival

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