WRONG Festival at Liverpool Docklands

Chris Horkan
Future of the Left by Sebastian Nevols

WRONG Festival at The Invisible Wind Factory, 28–29 April 2018, from £20 - Book now

Debuting last year, WRONG Festival returns this April for its sophomore outing – featuring even more weird and wonderful rock music.

The one-day (and night) event takes over Liverpool’s Docklands to offer up a whirlwind of noise from the likes of headliners Future of the Left, plus Japan’s Damo Suzuki,Manchester’s Gnod and Liverpool’s own Mugstar, as well as familiar faces from the so-called freakscene in Kagoule, Spectres, Bilge Pump, Alpha Male Tea Party and Sex Swing.

With over 30 bands spread across three venues – the Invisible Wind Factory, the North Shore Troubadour and Drop the Dumbulls – it promises to be another noisy and energetic outing.

WRONG Festival at The Invisible Wind Factory

28–29 April 2018
From £20

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