Got a query?

No problem. If you can’t find what you are looking for please email info@limfestival.com and a member of the LIMF team will be on hand to help.

When is LIMF this year?

Friday 29 th , Saturday 30 th and Sunday 31 st July 2022

Where is LIMF this year?

Various venues across Liverpool City Centre including:
M&S Bank Arena
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
St Luke’s Bombed Out Church
Invisible Wind Factory
24 Kitchen Street
Arts Club Liverpool
Camp & Furnace
+ Many More

What time is LIMF?

There are several gigs happening in and around Liverpool during 29 th – 31 st July. All
timings can be found on the relevant event page:


What is LIMF?

A music festival that brings together global household names alongside exciting emerging new talent, showcasing exactly why Liverpool is a UNESCO City of Music.

Who is LIMF aimed at?

This is a music festival suitable for all ages. Please note the festival this year will take place across multiple venues, which have individual age restrictions.

How do people get in to see the festival?

There is something for everybody, including paid for tickets, free tickets and just turn up events.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 20 May at Early Bird prices.
Under 12’s are free (as with LIMF) and across the weekend we will be running several free gigs in some venues – more information is coming soon, keep an eye out on www.limfestival.com for more details.
Why not join the conversation on LIMF social media as well. Here you will find out what is happening and when.

LIMF used to be a free park event, why is it moving out of the park?

LIMF has been a paid for ticketed event since 2019. We ticket at a very low price point to ensure it’s accessible and to ensure we can deliver the festival year on year.
The move has been prompted in a bid to re-energise and support the city’s music sector, which was severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Do you have to pay?

For some events, yes. This is largely a ticketed festival with all venues and shows across the three days individually ticketed and priced. There are events that are free of charge, full details will be released soon and can be found on www.limfestival.com.
All tickets are general admission and unless stated, are standing.
Early Bird Standard Admission Tickets start from £5 plus booking fees.
Children aged 12 and under are FREE but still need a ticket to enter the festival site.
(Please note, there are a selection of venues that are strictly over 18+. These shows are highlighted and will not offer a FREE child’s ticket.

Are there any concessions on paid for tickets?

There are no concessions for paid for tickets – children under 12 years are free and some LIMF events are free of charge.
We are able to offer a personal assistance scheme for anyone needing the active support of another person to attend our festival. To claim a ticket for a personal assistant at no extra charge, you must purchase a full price ticket and meet the below criteria.
Personal assistant tickets are available to customers with one or more of the following:

• Disability Living Allowance
• Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
• Attendance Allowance
• Personal Independence Allowance
• A certificate of visual impairment
• Official / documented evidence that you are registered as severely sight impaired
• UK-recognised identification for an assistance dog

We will also require a copy of some form of photo ID (such as a driving licence or passport) to support your application.

Registering for the Personal Assistance Scheme
Please call 0344 335 0437 or email accessibility@accliverpool.com referencing Liverpool International Music Festival in your correspondence and our ticket provider TicketQuarter will guide you through how to claim your personal assistant ticket.

How will I receive my tickets?

All tickets are digital and will be sent to the email address on the booking within minutes of purchase. The ticket will be attached to this email.  The email will be from tickets@ticketquarter.co.uk with your individual booking reference as the email subject. Please check your junk folder.

Who do I contact if I have a ticket enquiry?

Please contact the ticketing provider for the individual LIMF event, this will be either Ticket Quarter or Liverpool Philharmonic Hall or Ticket Master depending on event.

Is there a restriction as to how many tickets I can purchase?

It depends on the event and ticket provider. Tickets are generally limited to 6 per transaction.

Are there any participation activities?


Are there any age restrictions?

Yes. Due to the nature of the festival being hosted across multiple venues, there are individual venue age restrictions in place.
Please see individual venue listings for specifics but overall, children aged 15 and under need to be accompanied by a responsible adult (18+) at all times.
Ages 16+ do not need to be accompanied by an adult.
Several of the venues and LIMF shows are 18+.
ID checks are in place across all venues.

Is there anywhere to buy food and drink at the event?

Each venue will operate a bar and sell drinks, with several also offering food.
Bag searches will take place, which may mean a delay in gaining entry into the festival.
Any unopened drink containers will be confiscated on entry.
Please note, no alcohol can be brought into any venue.

Can I bring my own food and drink to the events?

Outdoor venues and spaces may allow you to bring your own food and drink – please check with each specific venue though for the latest rules and regulations to avoid disappointment.

Is there anything else happening in the city at the time?

During the LIMF weekend there are a variety of different musical events taking place at venues across the city for all ages and abilities. There are other cultural events and activities taking place across the city, for further information go to the events calendar on the Culture Liverpool website: https://www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/events/

Alternatively, if you have an enquiry regarding specific events and activities unrelated to LIMF, you can speak to our Tourist Information Team on social media or email at cultureliverpool@liverpool.gov.uk who will be happy to support you with activity suggestions for residents and visitors alike.

Transport and Parking:

We encourage you to use public transport where possible. Full public transport information can be found on the Merseytravel website: https://www.merseytravel.gov.uk/

There is plenty of city centre parking near to each of the LIMF venues. Please plan your journey so you can arrive ready to enjoy the festival.

Disabled parking:

The city centre has a number of blue badge disabled parking bays available but please see individual venue websites for locations of their parking.

Disabled viewing:

As each venue is different, we recommend that you contact each venue individually to find out about their disabled viewing areas.

Are there any disabled toilets?

As each venue is different, we recommend that you contact each venue individually to find out about their disabled toilet facilities

I have an assistance animal – am I able to bring it with me?

We strongly advise you to check with each individual venue for advice regarding assistance animals.

Road closures

We will not be putting in any road closures around any venue across the three-day festival. Please see liverpool.gov.uk for roadworks or work that is happening in the city.

I have tested positive for Covid but I have purchased a ticket – what do I do?

No, tickets will only be refunded or exchanged if the event is cancelled.

Do I have to wear a mask / I want to wear a mask to an event – what are the requirements?

In England, face coverings are no longer required by law. The government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with other people you do not normally meet. For the most up to date government guidance please visit www.gov.uk/coronavirus


More information will be released over the coming months and can be found at http://www.limfestival.com/ as well as on the LIMF and Culture Liverpool social media platforms.

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