Fusion Presents which will take place on Friday 30th August, will be headlined by American, alternative rock band, Kings of Leon; who will be performing a UK festival exclusive set, with songs from all seven of their albums, in the heart of Liverpool.

The multi award winning and internationally acclaimed band will be supported by a stellar line up of talent including Franz Ferdinand, Echo & The Bunnymen and BRIT award winning artist Sam Fender; with more to be announced.

Event Director, Damien Sanders says ‘Liverpool is an iconic city, entrenched in music heritage and we’ve wanted to launch a new event for the last couple of years. The biggest challenge has been finding the right artist for the job. We’re over the moon that we were able to secure one of the world’s most successful rock bands to launch Fusion Presents and we cannot wait to see them perform in our new home, Sefton Park.’

Tickets for Fusion Presents will be on sale from 9am on Friday 8th March 2019. Pricing will be;

  • General Admission – £54.50 + BF (£4.95)

  • VIP – £165.00 + BF (£9.95)

Tickets can be purchased from The Official Ticket Store – www.fusion-presents.com

Local residents in post codes L8, L15L17 and L18 will have access to a limited number of General Admission tickets at half price – £27.25 + BF (£2.95).

These resident tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis. To purchase the half-price tickets, please use promo code RESIDENT2019 on the following link www.fusion-presents.com/residents

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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