This year, Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle becomes the new host to Sound City. Taking place across the area’s multiple venues, including Camp and Furnace, Constellations and Hangar34; 2018 is set to take the festival to a whole new level.
The recently announced final lineup contains over 150 new additions, including a mix of both new and upcoming UK artists and International artists from across the world which will be split across various stages. Said stages include showcases from DIY, Heavenly Records, Modern Sky and WRONG Festival; bringing the likes of Yellow Days and King Nun to the Baltic Triangle.
Of course, the weekend’s headliners alone are enough to encourage a ticket purchase. DMA’s and Peace take the top spots, with Black Honey, The Night Café and Jaws easily making it £55 well spent.
Aside from the stellar music line up, this year’s Sound City includes an eclectic arts programme, late night parties and venue takeovers, as well as having a variety of world foods available at The Baltic Market.
Sound City takes place in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle on 5th & 6th May, full info & tickets here