Louder Than Words 2016: SUNDAY Pass (13th November)
Louder Than Words is the genre-based literary Festival celebrating words – oral, written and published - associated with the music industry. Authors, artists, poets, performers, lyrics and lyricists, journalists, DJs, bloggers and publishers of music and popular culture are all included.
The weekend Festival is based at a single location - The Palace Hotel, Manchester, where all involved can meet to hear, share, discuss and celebrate the best of published and unpublished words associated with music and popular culture industries.
The link on this page takes you to our FULL DAY PASS for SUNDAY 13th NOVEMBER. We also have day event-by-event tickets for each day and full weekend passes available. Please see the relevant sections of this site or use our links at: http://louderthanwordsfest.com/tickets/
Our programme for Sunday 13th November includes access to all of the following as you prefer!
10am SLEEVE NOTES panel discussion
11.30am DANIEL RACHEL: Walls Come Tumblin' Down
12noon NICK SOULSBY in conversation: Nirvana and Cobain
1.45pm RALPH DARTFORD Recovery Songs
2pm PENNY RIMBAUD in conversation: Open Door, Open Heart
2pm UN-CONVENTION hosted panel discussion: Do It Together
4pm STUART COSGROVE: Detroit 67, The Year That Changed Soul and Young Soul Rebels
4pm WOLFGANG FLUR, RUDI ESCH and a surprise British artist in conversation: ELECTRI-CITY: The Dusseldorf School of Electronic Music.
Louder Than Words 2016 includes 'in conversation with...' sessions, panel discussions, interviews, workshops, performances and casual opportunities for engaging with like-minded individuals; each encouraging interaction and engagement with performers, authors, editors, publicists, reviewers, press, artists and aficionados.
From Rock to Pop and Punk to Folk, from Poetry to Publishing, Art and Performance and all things in between, Louder Than Words Festival has something for everyone - engagement and involvement are central to all we do. Join us and enjoy a taste of something different!