Job Jobse, Palms Trax and SICARIA set for Liverpool’s Baltic Weekender 2024

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Baltic Weekender has announced the first set of acts for its 2024 festival, with Job Jobse, Palms Trax and SICARIA all set to appear at the multi-venue event in Liverpool this Summer.

Set to take place across the weekend of June 31 to July 1, this year’s edition is set to feature a slew of new outdoor venues, as well as a road closure around the Baltic Triangle area “and more.”

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Posting to Instagram, the festival shared the initial line-up for the two-day event, with , Ghoulish, Ki/Ki, Sally C, Shanti Celeste and more confirmed to appear.

In a description on Baltic Weekender’s ticketing partner Skiddle, the festival will see a mixture of house, techno, grime, bass music and “everything in between,” from local talent, as well as acts from further afield.

Organisers told Mixmag, this year’s fifth edition of the festival will include its “biggest line-up yet” with the full multigenre programme to be released in Easter.

Launched in partnership between Baltic Triangle cultural hub, 24 Kitchen Street and local promoters, Abandon Silence, Baltic Weekender has been going since 2017.

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In a post to Instagram, the festival teased this year’s event will be “best and biggest and sunniest one yet.”

Pre-sale tickets are available now via Skiddle starting from £20.

Belle Richardson is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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