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For some the Mathew Street Festival means a chance to relive their youth and catch some cover acts that play extremely well and catch the spirit brilliantly of those bands that no longer tour or that are so popular, therefore so expensive, that the average person in the street cannot afford to attend any of the gigs they may arrange.
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The Leeds Weekend was blessed with bright sunshine and an incredible and varied line up to make it hugely enjoyable and memorable for the thousands of festival goers that head to Bramham Park on August Bank Holiday.
When somebody of Ian Parker’s ability and stature comes to town, it would be foolish to miss whatever event he has planned. Whether it’s the full band experience or just him and a couple of friendly musicians in tow, you are guaranteed a night of sheer bliss, a definite moment of aural exquisiteness.
Liverpool as a city is in a very fortunate position; it doesn’t just have the one theatre to attract all the high quality drama, new experimental productions that push the boundaries of performance and musical extravaganzas, it has so many that all the genres and styles each have their own distinctive feel within which ever theatre they happen to be playing in.
The Mathew Street Festival is a time for the whole city of Liverpool and all those that visit it during the Bank Holiday Weekend to take in as much music as possible. For some it’s the chance to reminisce over their youth and watch the six main stages come alive with songs from a different time.
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