Live Aid Liverpool returns for its second year on Sunday 16 April bringing the
best of Merseyside music together for an eight-hour charity music marathon
at the Adelphi Hotel.
After raising over £6k for charities Alder Hey and Shelter in 2021, Live Aid
Liverpool has gone from strength to strength with this year’s festival set to include
over 75 acts and over 90 artists taking part in total.
Sponsored by the world-famous Cavern Club and Liverpool Live Radio, Live Aid
Liverpool will feature the very best of Liverpool’s eclectic music scene.
Acts set to perform at this year’s festival include Soul Jam, Asa Murhpy, Sebastian & the Poor Valley Marauders, Cavern Club favourites The Shakers, plus tributes to The Doors, The Beatles, Queen, and more.
Originating in 2020 as Band Aid Liverpool, local Liverpool artist Tony Cook began Live Aid Liverpool as a way to raise valuable funds for important causes.
Tony Cook, Director of Live Aid Liverpool, said:
“Everyone is struggling through this cost- of-living crisis, and it seems to be impacting Merseyside unfairly. More and more children are waking up homeless, and it’s not right. Liverpool is known for its resilience, and by raising as much money as we can through this event, I hope to support Shelter and Adler Hey to continue their great work across the city region.”
The event is set to be hosted by Billy Butler of Liverpool Live Radio and officially
opened by His Majesty the King’s Representative, the Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside,
Mark F W Blundell Esq DL.
In addition to live music, there will also be a charity raffle and hot food available to
purchase on the day.
Live Aid Liverpool 16 th April 2023 1pm, Adelphi Hotel Liverpool
Tickets on sale now starting from £25 (plus booking fee); corporate packages are
also available. Please email for details – firstname.lastname@example.org