It’s been building up nicely over the last few months and with just two months to go, Festevol have revealed its final wave of acts coming to The Invisible Wind Factory.
Already announced as headliners, Wild Beasts, Pulled Apart By Horses, The Parrots and The Sundowners will all be topping the bill at this year’s Festevol Gardens.
Taking place on the Sunday bank holiday on April 30th, also already added to the talented list of acts heading to Liverpool were The Big Moon, InHeaven, Cabbage, Black Honey and more.
Now rounding out the line-up for the highly anticipated all-day festival, Manchester’s PINS, who are well acquainted with performing on Merseyside will be playing at the end of April with a new record to show off too. Alongside them, local lads, All We Are return and like PINS, will have new material to play, making it an exciting addition to what’s already booming with new and local talent.
Speaking of new talent, joining the line-up, psych-rockers hailing from Brighton, White Room along with Copenhagen outfit, Chinah, adding their electro-soul vibe to the diverse group of acts heading to Festevol Gardens.
And as mentioned, the festival continues to promote the local talent with Bribes and the energetic Spinn, both new on the scene and acts well worth catching on the day.
Previously announced to be heading to the Docklands this April, Her’s recently supported headliners, Wild Nothing in Leaf on Bold Street. We can expect to see Strange Collective, Shy Billy (formerly known as Lying Bastards) and AGP who we caught back in November at the Buyers Music Club when they supported Gengahr. Check out the line-up in its entirety below.
Talking about the line-up for Festevol Gardens, organiser and promoter for Evol, Revo had to say “I kind of feel effervescent every time I look at the posters knowing what each group can do on stage. We’re punching well above our weight with this line up and it’s a testament to Evols work around the year in Liverpool that all these bands will form together for us on one day to enjoy themselves in an out-there venue like the Invisible Wind Factory that’s found deep down the Docklands”
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