More special guests revealed for Seafoam Green's Last Waltz

MORE special guests have been revealed for Seafoam Green's Last Waltz at the Philharmonic Hall.

After two years of sell-out shows in the iconic venues Music Room, the event will now move to the bigger space on Friday, November 16.

After making its debut in the city in 2017, promoters Mellowtone have unveiled the beautiful show will make it's highly anticipated return.

Last month, it was revealed that Phil Campbell, singer with Scottish blues rockers The Temperance Movement would be joining the line-up.

Now Mellowtone has revealed five more acts who will be joining Seafoam Green on stage including Liverpool's own Nick Ellis and Xander & the Peace Pirates.

One of the finest blues singers in the UK Connie Lush, The Cubical's Dan Wilson, Connie Lush and award-winning Robert Vincent will also join the line-up.

The night is a nod to The Band's iconic last-ever show on November 25, 1976 at the Hinterland Ballroom, San Fransisco which featured the likes of Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Muddy Waters, Van Morrison and Eric Clapton.

Film director Martin Scorsese filmed the event and made it into a documentary which was released two years later and has been hailed as one of the greatest concert films ever produced.

More than 40 years later The Last Waltz will bring together some of Liverpool's finest musicians who will come together to celebrate its influence and impact on music today.

Last year tracks such as The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down and Ophelia filled the air among a setlist of around 20 tunes.

The night will be the ultimate 'tribute' - a beautiful sentiment of the world The Band left behind.

Tickets are available from £20 via or by calling The Philharmonic Hall Box Office on 0151 709 3789.


Post a Comment