KEEP THE BALTIC WEIRD!
Liverpool’s creative & digital district is still regarded as one of the most buzzing areas in the UK, but this could soon change. After all, in the years since local legend Jane Casey helped to establish the Baltic Triangle as Liverpool’s creative hub, property developers have slowly but surely started to take over and change the character of the area. The inevitable march of progress? Maybe. But maybe not so inevitable! The Baltic Triangle is the place were both Coffee and Turntables and the Liverpool Psychedelic Society first started, and it’s still home to cool independent businesses we’ve worked with and love, such as Hobo Kiosk, Coffee and Fandisha, Carmine’s, Chapters of Us and 92 Degrees. And, for as long as we can, we’ll keep putting truly independent and unique events in the Baltic Triangle… it’s like home to us!
The Baltic Creative CIC is a great place to know more about the Baltic Triangle and usually the first stop for any business who wants to set camp in the area.
“We have to create culture, don’t watch TV, don’t read magazines, don’t even listen to NPR. Create your own roadshow. ” – Terence McKenna
CREATE YOUR OWN CULTURE
Special thanks to: Chris Green (Baltic Creative), Julia Auchey (92 Degrees Coffee), Richie Yates and Adrian Wharton for 2021 photos, Tris & Delia Brady-Jacobs (Hobo Kiosk), Nathan Pendlebury (One Nathan Under A Groove Record Fair) and all the performers and DJs who made this festival possible.