Liverpool’s Sound City has signed up Beabadoobee, Baby Queen and loads more

The event will take place this October.
Photo credit: Callum Harrison.

Liverpool’s Sound City has announced loads more acts for its rescheduled 2021 edition.

Now set to take place between 1st and 3rd October, the line-up will include the likes of Beabadoobee, Baby Queen, Pixey, Gracey, Lapsley, Beaux, Molly Payton, Sad Boys Club and loads more.

Speaking about her headline slot, Bea says: “I’m so excited to get back to playing shows and people hearing my album and new EP live for the first time, AAARGRHERHIJJZZZZ.”

The full line-up, so far, reads:

Beabadoobee, Rejjie Snow, Red Rum Club

Abbie Ozard, Alice Pisano, Alright (Okay), Baby Queen, Bandit, Beaux, Blondes, Brooke Combe, Bull, Callum Easter, Captain Boy, Cariss Auburn, Carla Prata, Ceryss Eless, Cobain Jones, Connor Fyfe, Conrad, Crawlers, Daddy, Deco, Dolly Demi, Dylan, Eleni Drake, Frankie Bettlestone, Gaff, Garden Party, Geiste, George Cosby, Georgia Meek, Gracey, Hannah Jacobson, Hello Delaware, Holly Macve, Isabel Neib, Jamie Pollock, Jamie Webster, Jaws The Shark, Jodie Nicholson, Joeys, JOHN, Josh Kane, Kay Young, King No-One, L’Nee Golay, L’objectif, Lanterns On The Lake, Lapsley, Lewis Ross Robson, Lizzie Ross, Louis Croft, Luka State, Luke La Volpe, Lydiah, Mantah, Mason Owens, Miraa May, Miss Tati, Moa Moa, Molly Burman, Molly Green, Molly Payton, Monks, Morell, Navos, Navvy, Nayana Iz, Nikita & The Waves, NOISY, Not3s, Nuha Ruby Ra, Panic Shack, Patawawa, Phoebe AXA, Pixey, Podge, Polar States, Police Car Collective, Pretty Sick, Rianne Downey, Rosehip Teahouse, Sad Boys Club, Shambolics, Social Contract, SPQR, Stanleys, Tamzene, That’s Juvey, The Clockworks, The Deep Blue, The Heavy North, The KTNA, The Lathums, The Lottery Winners, The Murder Capital, The Mysterines, The New Coast, The Royston Club, The Snuts, The Sway, The Vegan Leather, Tom Joshua, Tom Rogan, Tomike, Truuces, Victors, Voodoos, Weezy Jefferson, Wyldest, Youth Sector, Zoe Graham

Tickets for Sound City are on sale now.

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