Threshold Festival announce first wave of artists for 2019

With 4 months to go until Threshold Festival of Music & Arts 2019, organisers have revealed 12 artists from their burgeoning programme set to take over Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle on March 29-30.

The line-up reveal is the first wave of information released by the event production team behind the festival, who last month celebrated Arts Council funding success. Expanding again after the more compact ‘Across the Threshold’ event in 2018, the 2019 event will take place across Baltic venues including: District, 24 Kitchen Street, Brick Street, Hobo Kiosk, RPM Studios and more to be announced.

The line-up includes Seafoam Green fresh from a US tour and their sell-out homecoming show The Last Waltz, as well as piratical comedy pantheons Jollyboat, still reeling from an outstanding run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Always a highlight and a mainstay of the festival; Science of the Lamps fronted by festival artistic director Kaya will aim to top their previous years when spontaneous crowd congas have become the norm. In similar fashion, ever effervescent dance floor ignitors The Soul Rays will be making sure the crowd don’t stand still.

Bringing international flavour to the line-up will be progressive eclectic rock outfit SKAAR, hailing from Norway’s west coast of Bergen.

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