The Jam Interactive Exhibition to Open in Liverpool

The Jam, one of the seventies best british bands and frontrunners of the Mod Revival, are to be the subject of a comprehensive interactive exhibition in Liverpool this Summer. The groundbreaking show will focus on the band’s music and social/political impact.

The exhibition showed at Somerset House last year and was an acclaimed success, now the curators will bring a larger, more expansive version to the Cunard Building on the waterfront and will actually be the final time the exhibition will be shown in the United Kingdom.

The Jam’s Rickenbacker guitars on show at the Somerset House exhibition last year. Photograph via

The exhibition curators are frontman Paul Weller‘s sister Nicky, Russell Reader and Den Davis, who curated it at Somerset House last year and was praised for the never-before-seen collection of items from The Jam‘s private archives/vault including a boatload full of impressive memorabilia which will surely please Jam fans.

The exhibition will be creatively pushed forward by the free app About The Young Idea who will allow attendees to use their smart devices/phones to access extra bonus content throughout the exhibit.

Tickets will be on-sale on the 27th May right here and will be limited each day to allow a much better, more intimate experience to attendees. It will run from July 1st to September 25th.


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