Liverpool Digital Music Festival takes over the internet (well, part of it) this month in a fundraising weekend of top tunes from some of the city's most talented musicians.
The festival, from August 29-31, is free but donations are being accepted with proceeds going to Claire House Children’s Hospice, Mary Seacole House and Merseyside Youth Association.
The M&S Bank Arena is hosting the main festival stage, while there will also be music broadcast live from a number of the city’s independent venues including the Jacaranda Club Phase One, E.B.G.B.S and The SAE Institute.
The three-day festival, billed as a celebration of Liverpool’s music scene, follows a successful ‘lockdown’ online event in May where more than 100 artists – including Natalie McCool, All We Are and Zuzu - live-streamed sets from home.
That helped raise more than £2,000 for the NHS and The Music Venue Trust.
Applications to play at the Bank Holiday festival are being accepted until midnight tomorrow, August 14.
Liverpool Digital Music Festival takes place from August 29-31. Details HERE