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Cream Classical 2021 On The Waterfront: Full four day weather forecast for Liverpool Pier Head

Liverpool Echo logo Liverpool Echo 16/09/2021 Danni King

Cream Classical On The Waterfront festival is set to takeover Liverpool's Pier head this weekend.

The four day festival will kick-off today with a headline performance from music legends Nile Rodgers + CHIC, who will be joined by The Zutons and Rebecca Ferguson.

Huge performances will take place across the weekend, with names such as Pete Tong, Basement Jaxx, and Faithless all set to perform.

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The highly anticipated homecoming gig from Liverpool DJ duo Camelphat will take place tomorrow (Friday) at the Pier Head, while Saturday and Sunday will see the return of Cream Classical.

With all events being entirely outdoors, we've got together the full four-day weather forecast to ensure festival-goers are prepared whatever the weather.

Thursday, September 16

Today's event looks set to be dry but cloudy, with no rain forecast across the day. It's expected to hit 18° at around 1pm, with the sunny spells throughout the afternoon.

The gates for today's event don't open until 4pm, but the temperature is set to stay consistent throughout the day with no decrease until around 10pm.

Friday, September 17

Friday looks set to be warmer with a mixture of sunny and cloudy spells throughout the day. It's set to hit 20° at around 3pm, with no rain expected.

As Friday's event opens, it will remain cloudy but with a steady temperature of around 18°.

Saturday, September 18

Saturday's Cream Classical event will open at 12pm, and temperatures look to be around 18° as the third day of the festival gets underway.

There's a 10% chance of rain however which increases to 30% at 7pm, which may prompt festival-goers to pack their raincoat.

Sunday, September 19

The final day of the festival, the weather looks set to be cooler, with temperatures hitting highs of around 17°.

There's a consistent 20% chance of rain throughout the morning until 4pm, with it then increasing to 40%.

Festival-goers should be prepared for wet weather as the evening approaches, with rain expected from 4pm until 7pm.

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