Sefton Park Palm House is set to host a late night party, art exhibition and marketplace as part of this year’s Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF).
The series of events will feature as part of the ‘Liverpool, Next Stop New York’ exhibition, which has been especially curated to explore the link between Liverpool and Black American Music and run alongside the annual festival.
Moira Leonard, director of Sefton Park Palm House says: “We are absolutely thrilled to play such a prominent role in this year’s LIMF celebrations. Our location makes us easily accessible from the main hub of the festival, so we’re sure we’ll see a lot of guests coming to visit us and explore the goings on.
“The weekend will begin with a launch party from 8pm on Friday evening, followed by an ‘Exploration’ on Saturday and Sunday, which will give guests the opportunity to engage in exciting lectures and discussions with some of the exhibitions most important figures.
“Finally, on Monday 31, a market place will set up shop in the Palm House selling gig posters, second hand vinyl’s, CD’s and screen prints- all in fitting with the musical theme of the weekend.”
The ‘Liverpool, Next Stop New York’ art exhibition will be moved from The View Two Gallery to the Palm House in time for the Bank Holiday weekend.