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Threshold Festival are getting revved up for their fourth annual grass-roots celebration of music, art and culture, providing Liverpool with three days of entertainment and innovation over 11 of the most exciting newly developed and underused spaces in the city.
From the 28th up to the 30th March, the Baltic Triangle will showcase the very best of Liverpool's emerging artists, new work, collaboration, DIY, avant garde and community based projects encompassing music, theatre, film, performance and visual arts. The likes of Dub Mafia, Natalie McCool (watch her video for 'Black Sun' below), Gideon Conn and many more will all be appearing.
With a focus on fresh creative talent from around the North-West, Threshold provides an ideal platform for experimentation, and with this year's Retro-Futuristic theme, the festival is keen to get plenty of exciting and up-and-coming acts on board.
The weekend’s theme of retro-futurism will also radiate through Threshold’s visual arts offerings. Visions of the future imagined in the 50s and 60s will take on various forms in an exhibition entitled 'FUTURE | VISIONS', housed across the festivals many venues.
The final few performers have been announced and we can now showcase the full line up across the spectrum of the arenas; head here for the running order.
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