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07.08: Update, I'm personally not going to be able to attend this now, but I will leave it up as I think it'll be great and people should go! Hopefully y'all can organise meetup times and such in the comments.
Testing the waters on this one! Outdoor event, street food, old school hip hop, drinking in the sun, it states great vibes guaranteed. Could be a nice fun day out if it's not thirty six degrees :(
Tix are 15 (currently). They will increase closer to the event due to meanness, available here: https://www.fatsoma.com/e/usicpzym/bank-holiday-old-school-hip-hop-outdoor-summer-bbq-liverpool-2022
Full event description:
"TIME: 3PM - 10PM
LAST ENTRY: 8PM
NO ID NO ENTRY
IMPORTANT: IF FOR SOME REASON, THE EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO COVID, WE WILL REFUND ALL TICKETS PURCHASED.
After a SOLD OUT show in June, we are bringing the vibes back for August bank holiday weekend! We have something extremely special planned for this one so make sure you do not miss out & get your tickets while they are available!
We have an INSANE DJ lineup planned + one of the best outdoor spaces in the city confirmed!
- 1000+ Hip-Hop Lovers
- 8 hours of Old School Hip-Hop BANGERS!
- BBQ Street Food
- Festival Production
- State of the art sound system
- Huge Outdoor Space
- The Ultimate Old School Hip-Hop Event!"
On request I am putting this up, some of us spoke about returning to Krazyhouse, well, here is a good excuse!
From the website,
"Krazyhouse is back for a massive Bank Holiday Party on Sunday 28th August at Electrik! Three rooms of mayhem! Liverpool's biggest alternative party!
Tickets on sale now from: skiddle.com/e/[masked]
Room 1: Metal/K1 Classics
Room 2: Indie/Rock
Room 3: Emo/Pop-Punk"
Formed in San Francisco in 2002. A mixture of early 90s alt rock, Post Rock and Spoken Word. For fans of Slint, Tortoise and Bark Psychosis.
“Enablers function as a true guitar-driven post-rock band, anywhere on the line between Slint and Godspeed! You Black Emperor, making that link between spoken word and music an even more complex thing to achieve. And yes, they do achieve it!”
Tickets on Skiddle.
Check out their album Zones from 2020.