Lost Inhibitions Tickets | Constellations Liverpool  | Sat 27th February 2016 Lineup

Lost Inhibitions tickets

Constellations in Liverpool

Saturday 27th February 2016

6:00pm til 4:00am

Minimum Age: 18

[Lost Inhibitions] The newest and most alternative party in Liverpool!!

This event has already happened!

This event occurred in February 2016. If you're looking for a upcoming event, try the links below:

Reviews of this event

Average rating:



Click here to view all reviews or add your own »

Lost Inhibitions on Saturday 27th February 2016

[Lost Inhibitions] The newest and most alternative party in Liverpool!!

Join us for the first instalment of Lost Inhibitions, the most alternative party in Liverpool. Expect festival vibes, good times, awesome visuals, live music and DJ sets to keep you moving into the early hours.

We've pulled together a line up of local and international acts to play across two amazing stages at the coolest venue in Liverpool (Constellations) and will be announcing all of them over the next few weeks. Here's what it looks like so far.

The Warehouse Stage:

Lets make people dance!! is the vision of this stage, expect music so infectious that you'll be forced to lose all inhibitions and burst in to an uncontrollable groove.


*Galactic Funk Militia

*Bear Growls DJ

*2ndSun DJ's

The Garden Stage:

Acoustic Vibes!!! are what we're deploying here. With a host of Liverpool's finest bands and artists playing some stripped back sets for us, expect something wholly different from the norm. We're taking over the award winning garden of Constellations and erecting a massive stretch tent to shelter us from the elements whilst allowing us to breath in that all important festival air.

* The Levons

* Thom Morecroft

* Katie Mac

* L' Shia

* Sam Cooke

* Shea Doolin

* Root Note

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, Disco, Funk, House, Trance

Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.