Rock and Wrestling Festival Extreme Fields Returns to Liverpool for a Second Year


A unique music festival returns to Liverpool on October 29th as Extreme Fields makes its return to the Electrik Warehouse.

Created by TNT Extreme Wrestling, Extreme Fields combines live rock music with a full complement of professional wrestling from a host of promotions up and down the country, with TNT’s own unique brand of over-18s entertainment taking centre stage.

Extreme Fields is set to be an eight-hour extravaganza in the heart of the city, offering “unbeatable value for money”, according to owner Jay Apter. It takes place in the former Krazyhouse across two floors – floor one is dedicated to pro wrestling while floor two is where the music will take place. The event will go from 1pm to 9pm. 

Last year’s festival featured some of the very best local music talent, such as Attic Theory, Scare Tactics, and Disraeli’s Whip. The wrestling side was main evented by a groundbreaking brawl between Clint Margera and Tyler Devlin, with 2022’s line-up promising to be even bigger.

“We obviously love pro wrestling, we love rock and metal, so we thought it made perfect sense to put the two together and put on an event that our fans, music fans, and the whole of Liverpool can enjoy,” said owner Jay Apter.

Already announced for this years event is Salt the Snail, known for their raucous and interactive performances with more band announcements to come, as well as metal group Reaper. Scheduled to appear in the ring is former WWE NXT UK talent Millie McKenzie, who makes her returns to the TNT ring, as well as stars such as Tate Mayfairs and TNT World Champion Dan Moloney.

Scotty Rawk – Photo Credit: Tony Knox

Also announced are “guest matches” from promotions up and down the country. Announced so far are Bristol’s Pro Wrestling Chaos, Birkenhead’s Wrestle Island, NORTH Wrestling from Newcastle, and the Runcorn brand INFAMOUS. More are expected to be announced.

Tickets are available now on Dice for £39.55 which grants fans access to the entire day of festivities.

TNT Extreme Wrestling started life in 2015 and was created by Jay Apter. The company started life by promoting professional wrestling shows to grown-up fans and has since expanded to family-friendly shows and international pay-per-views. Extreme Fields is in its second year of operations after a successful inaugural outing in 2021.

Attic Theory play to a capacity crowd at Extreme Fields

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