Matthew Street Music Festival 2010

Liverpool mathew streeet festival 2010THIS INFO IS FROM 2009 MORE INFO COMING SOON!!!!!!Liverpool will again be the UK capital of live music this August Bank Holiday, with a radical new programme for the Mathew Street Music Festival. Continuing from the success of last year’s festival, Liverpool's legendary annual event will feature:
• Six outdoor stages across two days in Liverpool city centre
• The outdoor stages will operate from 11am to 6pm on both days
• Themes including Soul, Diva, Brit Pop, New Bands, Big Bands and Country & Western
• Huge LED screens
• Supporting indoor programme of live music in pubs, clubs and venues across the city
• Mathew St Fringe Festival - featuring original bands

Over 80 hours of live outdoor music has been programmed for Sunday-Monday, August 29-30 with 95 bands performing from as far as USA, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, France, Italy, Finland, Poland, Turkey and Scotland.

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Stages around Liverpool city center

More than 200,000 people are expected in Liverpool for the festival, which is organised by Culture Liverpool at Liverpool City Council, and acts as the climax of International Beatles Week. The themed outdoor stages on Sunday for the 2009 Mathew Street Music Festival are:
1. Queensway Tunnel - Rock
2. Derby Square - Beatles
3. Superlambanana stage (Tithebarn Street) - USA
4. Exchange Street East - Merseycats Then - Sponsored by Liverpool Echo
5. Water Street - Country - Sponsored by BBC Radio Merseyside
6. Williamson Square - 80’s - Sponsored by City Talk 105.9

For Monday 31 August 2009:

• Queensway Tunnel - Contemporary - Radio City
• Derby Square - Beatles
• Superlambanana stage - Ireland
• Exchange Street East - Merseybands Today - Sponsored by Liverpool Echo
• Water Street - HMS Garlands
• Williamson Square - Tribute to Phil Easton - Sponsored by Radio City