Phosphorescent and BC Camplight are to play new event organised by Harvest Sun Promotions, Getintothis’ Mike Cheeseboard on an October musical extravaganza.
Edit: This show will now take place at Hangar 34 in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. All original tickets remain valid for the new venue.
Phosphorescent is the first headliner of new Liverpool music enterprise In Good Company.
The Brooklyn-based songwriter heads up a multi-act event on Friday October 26 in the grandiose setting of Grand Central Hall on Renshaw Street in Liverpool city centre.
Phosphorescent (aka Matthew Houck) returns to the city for the first time since 2013 when he and his band played The Kazimier.
Joining them are New Jersey’s BC Camplight, whose superlative set was a stand out of Liverpool Music Week 2017, and a number of as yet confirmed other acts.
The event is the first in Harvest Sun‘s In Good Company series which looks set to bring a number of artists and bands together for unique one-off events.
Friday’s show with Phosphorescent, BC Camplight, Wasuremono and Penelope Isles will now take place at @Hangar34_Live in the Baltic Triangle. All original tickets remain valid. pic.twitter.com/vdhUosUIp5
— Harvest Sun (@Harvest_Sun) October 23, 2018
The Grand Central Dome has undergone a massive renovation having previously staged the likes of Warpaint, Richard Hawley and Meilyr Jones.
- Tickets for In Good Company go on sale on Friday June 29.