FestEVOL Gardens Preview – Five Acts You Can’t Miss

FestEVOL Gardens 2017 is nearly upon us, bringing 33 of the best acts into the Invisible Wind Factory on Sunday for one of the best all-dayers in recent memory. 

Taking place across three stages in the IWF, FestEVOL Gardens will showcase 33 bands, all of which, are of the highest grade from us. 

The main stage Caladan will feature headliners Wild Beasts, Pulled Apart By Horses, All We Are, Cabbage, PINS, Black Honey, Dream Wife, INHEAVEN, The Big Moon, Amber Arcades and The Strawberries

The Genesis Cave, located in the new IWF basement, will feature headliners The Parrots, Ulrika Spacek, Strange Collective, The Blinders, The Orielles, Peaness, AGP, Chinah, St. Jude The Obscure, Her’s and God On My Right

The outside stage, the Vermillion Sands, will feature headliners The Sundowners, Red Rum Club, Anteros, Bribes, Pink Kink, Trudy and The Romance, Psycho Comedy, Generation, Shy Billy, White Room, TV ME and SPINN

The stage times are below:

While there’s tons of new names that you should defintly keep your eyes on, like Tom Low’s TV ME, White Room, Chinah, The Orielles, The Blinders, AGP and Her’s, here is our usual Top Five Acts You Can’t Miss.

5. Amber Arcades

Photography by Nick Helderman

Amber Arcades
has grown a lot since we last saw her, with her brilliant new singles like “Can’t Say That We Tried” that has been getting acclaim all around. Last time we saw Amber Arcades, the smooth and laid back performance was quite sublime, if you want something more chilled, there may not be any better on Sunday. 

4. The Parrots

The crazy psych rock trio from Madrid return to Liverpool to headline the Genesis Cave stage and with their live performances noted for its high, raw energy, this will be a standout of the day. 

3. Psycho Comedy

Photography by Mark Holmes of SparkTrap Photography

The psych punks Psycho Comedy are usually quite quiet on the live front, but when they bring their A-game they can seriously bring the heat. Now with releases on their radar, Psycho Comedy will be looking to be a standout on Sunday, and we’re sure they will be. 

2. Cabbage

Photography by Phil Johnson

The British nutters Cabbage return once again to their second home Liverpool and will be bringing their signature, crazy live set to the IWF on Sunday. If you want to see the future of British rock, there’s no better place to look than right here. 

1. Dream Wife

Photography by Jess Sharpe

I spy with my little eye, the bad bitches are back! After a huge success at SXSW and in the road supporting The Kills and Sleigh Bells, Dream Wife are making a return to Liverpool this Sunday and with seeing them multiple times and always being blown away by them, we don’t think I would ever pass up on a chance to see them.

So that’s Sunday, show up and grab a ticket on the door or through DICE and everywhere else now, this isn’t one to be missed!

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