Celebrating Music in Leicester: The Leicester International Music Festival

The Leicester International Music Festival (LIMF) is a celebration of Leicester's best music, founded in 1989. Every year, the festival brings together music lovers from all over the city to enjoy a variety of independent music. The last edition of the festival was a huge success, with people partying and singing long after the music was over. If authorized by Leicester City Council, a new two-day music festival is set to take place in Victoria Park in Leicester. This event could attract up to 76,000 people and will be a great opportunity to experience live music with family and friends.

Festival Republic, a company that has been promoting major music events in the UK for more than 30 years, is behind this project. Melvin Benn, the company's managing director, has been involved in the creation of some of the most important events in the country, such as the first four-day music festival in the United Kingdom, the Phoenix Festival, and The Fleadh, the first traveling music festival with annual editions in London, Waterford, New York, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco. If you're looking for a great way to spend your summer days in Leicester, don't miss out on the Handmade Festival or the Riverside Festival. Both events are family-friendly and offer an amazing selection of live music. The Leicester International Music Festival is an incredible opportunity to celebrate Leicester's best music and enjoy a unique experience with family and friends. With its amazing lineup of independent artists and its potential to attract up to 76,000 people, this event promises to be one of the most memorable festivals of the year.

Jessica Cooper
Jessica Cooper

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