Massive Attack has cancelled a gig at ACC Liverpool to protest an electronic arms fair, which is also being held at the venue.
The concert had been due to go ahead as a 'super-low carbon' event in order to allow the group to trial methodologies that would allow themselves and others to play environmentally friendly gigs, with help from researchers at the University of Manchester.
Liverpool-based independent radio station Melodic Distraction has launched a new venue, Melodic Bar.
A mural of SOPHIE has been unveiled at Liverpool venue 24 Kitchen Street.
Taking over a wall at the music venue, the mural depicts the late artist wearing long red gloves and a pink shawl. It was created by local artist A Cullen after the venue shared a callout with for a trans/non-binary artist to commemorate the PC Music mainstay, in collaboration with Homotopia.
Sisu collective will host their fourth-anniversary party in Liverpool this weekend.
A community providing a platform to educate, inspire and showcase aspiring women and non-binary DJs and producers, the collective hosted a fourth birthday event at London's Cafe 1001 earlier this month.
Treasured Liverpool record store 3b Records is to close at its current location, bringing its 32-year legacy on Slater Street to an end.
According to a statement by the team circulated on social media, difficulties with the landlord relating to the renewal of the shop's lease have led to the decision.
Large events with COVID-tested audiences are no riskier than shopping, according to the preliminary results of UK trials conducted at test events throughout the past month.
The report suggests that the risk of coronavirus transmission at maskless events is equal to visiting the high street or dining out, providing adequate ventilation and testing is in place.
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The line-ups have been revealed for two trial club events taking place in Liverpool next week.
Earler this month, it was announced that 6,000 people would be attending Liverpool's Bramley-Moore Dock for two events taking place across one weekend, allowing the government's Events Research Programme (ERP) to study club environments and the spread of coronavirus.
6,000 clubbers will return to the dancefloor in Liverpool this month, to participate in a covid-secure event trial.
In February, it was announced that the government's Events Research Programme (ERP) — which is trialling events at nightclubs, stadiums, theatres and concerts with volunteers — would pilot several events in Liverpool to collect evidence and better understand best practice amid easing coronavirus restrictions.