THE sounds of Balkan-inspired gypsy fusion music, smooth reggae beats and rousing guitar solos will fill the streets of Liverpool city centre this Saturday.
The Liverpool Night Markets will return with a musical line-up that includes Lolo Lovina and her gypsy caravan stage, reggae band Revolution Incorporated, guitarist Queeny Lau and an abundance of local talent.
The markets will also feature a range of food and market stalls, and family-friendly activities including a jumping castle and children's story times.
Mayor Ned Mannoun said: "Council is really proud of how the Night Markets are evolving — more than just a market, they are becoming an entertainment and cultural experience enjoyed by all."
"The entertainment line-up for September is one of the best yet, and I encourage everyone to head to Macquarie Street on September 6, be entertained, sample some delicious food from the STARTTs Arabic Kitchen and others, and enjoy our great city at night," he said.
The markets run on the first Saturday of each month from 4pm to 9pm, in Macquarie Street.