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What’s On: (22 – 31 July)

22-24 July

Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) Summer Jam
Sefton Park
LIMF’s free event showcases an exciting music offering across a variety of genres, with a line-up including The Wombats, Ms Dynamite and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra to name a few.

23 July

The Drifters
Empire Theatre
The group’s vast catalogue of songs dating back decades is combined with contemporary harmonies for a magical musical spectacle.

24 July

Taken
Arts Club
A chance to catch Ireland’s latest musical talent. Formed in late 2014, the pop rock trio heads to the city for one night only.

24 July

Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall 
Jools Holland returns with his rhythm and blues boogie woogie. He’ll be joined by special guests Gilson Lavis, Ruby Turner and Louise Marshal along with his 20-piece Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.

28 – 31 July

The British Gymnastics Championships Series 2016 
Echo Arena Liverpool
Britain’s best gymnasts will deliver incredible physical feats across a wide range of gymnastic disciplines, each competing for British medal titles.

29 July

Ball of Fire 
Epstein Theatre
Celebrate the brilliance of the late Alan Ball in this dramatisation of his journey through the ranks to his position as an integral member of England’s 1966 World Cup campaign.

29 July

mUmU sessions: Gary Beck and Lee Rands All Night Long
New Bird Street Warehouse
Gary Beck, one of Scotland’s youngest techno producers in the underground dance scene, brings his fresh style to the city having attracted interest from top European clubs.

30 July

Keywest
O2 Academy Liverpool 
The five-piece Dublin rock outfit prepares to bring an explosive pop rock performance to the stage filled with street-style influences, following platinum success with two albums.

30 – 31 July

Liverpool Pride 
St George’s Quarter 
With St George’s Quarter providing the backdrop, Liverpool Pride transforms the city into a colourful festival featuring activities, live music, food
and drink and education zones. All ages are encouraged to attend this poignant two-day celebration.

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