Crapfest 2021 on Sunday 29th August 2021
CRAPFEST IS BACK!
After a successful debut year in 2019, Crapfest then had to be held virtually to the COVID pandemic, now for 2021, we can confirm Crapfest is back live, in person, for fans to attend!
Taking place across Liverpool and primarily EBGBs, the event caters to underground, DIY, punk and garage acts whilst raising money for charity in the process.
This year, we will be raising money for the Open Door Centre - a local mental health charity
The Crapfest Class of 2021 includes:
Yours truly, two piece junk punk outfit from the bright lights of Brokenhead. Crossing over topical lyrics with distorted fuzzy bass, and thrashing drums. Expect nonsense.
Manchester hardcore punk band and TNS Record's finest Incisions continue touring their explosive new album.
Garage duo Mouses have graced the stage at many of the major festivals as well as gaining a following in Liverpool from all the way in Stockton. A passionate and energetic Mouses show cannot be missed
GEN AND THE DEGENERATES
Marshall Records latest acquisition, the new look Gen and her Degenerates bring their Liverpool alternative rock show back home
SALT THE SNAIL
Widnes inflatable and crowd surfing mad men bring their ever-entertaining show back to Crapfest. Bring your glowsticks
THE MIGHTY BOSSMAGS
Local experimental jazz punks
The Sheepy in your face, weird and wonderful side project
Fresh from a new successful album release, Halifax hardcore industrial punks bring their scathing punk noise to Liverpool
Belfast feminist punks Problem Patterns are making waves over in the Emerald Isle and finally get to show mainland UK what they're made of
North Walian hardcore punks have recently unleashed a ferocious ear-splitting new LP and can now finally bring it to the live circuit. Never a dull moment when they take to the stage
Representing Society of Losers records, the Liverpool alt-rockers are ready to tear the house down
Heavy, frustrated, loud, noisy alt-rockers representing the Loner Noise alumni
THE CRASH MATS
Oldham idiotic skater punks. Expect wrestling and football references and everything in between
Bursting on to the local scene, local punk trio Tits Up are ready to pick up where they left off pre-covid
WAVE OF SHEEP
New Birmingham punk rockers ready to ply their trade around the UK
Fun, 70s inspired, local punk rockers
Opening the festival is alternative screamo three-piece KIN. New advocates to Society of Losers label
PLUS MORE ACTS TO FOLLOW!
Music Genres: Alternative, Punk, Rock
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