Valhall’a!!!!……………..PARK at Camp and Furnace
If you want a little change from the usual Mathew Street Festival mayhem then take a dive to the Camp and Furnace in Greenland Street this weekend where parking is not a problem and a good time may be had by all.
From midday on Sunday and Bank holiday Monday, The Furnace, the venues caverous indoor park will be transformed into a FREE ‘Scandi-summer’ festival, offering an authentic and alternative experience to your customary end of August offering.
Guarenteed to be uninterrupted by this years see-saw summer, a Scandinavian flavour jam-packed programme of entertainment will be served up across the weekend providing the perfect stay at home getaway- with something to suit everyone’s taste from daytime till night.
Recreating the idyllic of a Scandinavian summer, food features heavily in festivities and PARK-goers will be able to construct their own picnic boxes from Scandi-fancies, designed to share with family and friends.
Sample the salmon and national drink Aquavit at the bar, offering a variety of home-cured and smolked salmon served with ice-cold shots of the famous Nordic spirit.
As`evening falls, the more adventurous can venture into the Birch Forest and take the plunge in a hot tub, with luxury packages also available which includes waiter service.
The infamous Santa Chupito’s will provide the perfect refreshing accompaniment, mixing up a stylish selection of Scandi-inspired cocktails with strong, clean and aromatic flavours.
Take home something new from the summer design/maker fair and pop up print exhibition featuring local artists.
Play a game of Klubb a classical Viking game, played 1,000 yrs ago on the island of Gotland.
This Bank Holiday weekend hear a massive array of bands chime out their lyrics …..Holy Other, Vessel, Fort Romeau, Jam City, pattern, Ellis Samisdat DJ, Beluga, Patterns in the Ivy,Sing For Your Supper, Deep Hedonia, White Bicycles, Sparkwood, Clean Cut Kid, Science of the Lamps,X Rag Katt, Beaten Tracks, Move TBC and Park Times.
Camp and Furnace, Greenland Street.Liverpool