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Live at Bramley-Moor Docks, Vevo Halloween sets the stage in Liverpool for those to experience the most thrilling Halloween event of the year with a frightfully brilliant line-up.
Liverpool will see full performances from upcoming global artists such as Blossoms, Jack Garratt, Izzy Bizu and AURORA, so it is bound to be the greatest party of the year.
Never before has Vevo Halloween brought its deepest and darkest fears to Bramley-Moor.
Titling this year’s theme as ‘phobias’, the Vevo website said: “we want to see you get horrifyingly creative!”— so expect to see your nightmares become a reality.
Vevo Halloween launched in 2011 to bring to light new and upcoming artists, as last year’s event saw Year & Years at the Manchester Victoria Warehouse, who have since then been nominated at the 2016 BRIT Awards for British Breakthrough Act.
Headlining this year, Blossoms takes centre stage alongside Jack Garratt, to which both have released their debut albums in 2016, and have stormed through the music industry.
Recorded at Liverpool’s very own Parr Street Studios, the Stockport quintet, Blossoms, have now completed their debut LP and have announced their immense UK tour for this winter.
Since their first performance in 2013 at Oldham Street, Manchester, Blossoms have supported their hometown 80s legends, the Stone Roses, at the Etihad Stadium in June 2016, after Ian Brown (Stone Roses’ lead singer) became a fan of the indie-pop band.
Following Blossoms’ performances at Glastonbury, T in the Park and the Reading and Leeds Festivals, their live show at Vevo Halloween will be one not to miss.
After releasing his debut album ‘Phase’ in January this year, Critic’s Choice BRIT Award winner, Jack Garratt, has come very far since his first extended play, Remnants, in 2014.
BBC Radio 1 had also identified the multi-instrumentalist’s potential after they play-listed Jack’s single ‘Worry’, and nominated him to headline the BBC Introducing Stage of the Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Grammy Award Winners of 2013, Mumford and Sons took Jack under their wing, choosing him to be their support act for 13 events across the UK and Ireland.
Tickets for this extravagant event cost £5, and can only be purchased from Dice online.
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