Liverpool’s Hope Street HOTFOOT Tee-Shirts, 1996 –

HOTFOOT 2005 Tayo Aluko (baritone soloist) wears his T-shirt Every year from 1996 HOPES has produced a limited edition T-shirt for everyone involved to wear for the Hope Street Festival; and only in that first year was there no special performance at the Philharmonic Hall. So 1997 marked the first of the subsequently annual HOPES HOTFOOT concerts which celebrate the exciting and diverse communities in Liverpool’s Hope Street Quarter. That’s a lot of people – orchestra musicians, singers, helpers and supporters

– and, as we see below, a lot of editions of the T-shirts…

1977 Original Hope Street Festival T-shirt logo 1996 Hope Street Festival T-shirt logo 1997 Hope Street Festival & HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 'Hotfoot on Hope Street'

1998 Hope Street Midsummer Festival & HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 1999 HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 2000 Hope Street Midsummer Millennium Festival & HOTFOOT T-shirt logo
2001 Hope Street Midsummer Festival & HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 2002 HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 'KOOL STREET' 2003 HOTFOOT T-shirt logo

2004 HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 2005 HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 'Tradewinds' 2006 'Hotfoot on Hope Street 1997-2006' HOTFOOT T-shirt logo

2007 'Celebrating 30 Years of the Midsummer Festival ' & HOTFOOT T-shirt logo 'Liverpool First & Last' 2008 HOTFOOT 08 T-shirt 'Cafe Europe'

And 2009? Who is to say?…

HOTFOOT 2007 T-shirts & helpers

HOTFOOT 2007 T-shirts modelled enthusiastically!

HOTFOOT 2006 T-shirts & helpers

HOTFOOT T-shirts 2005 Choir 'Trade Winds'

The original 1996 Hope Street Festival HOPES T-shirt modelled by Martin Anthony (Tony) Burrage, who commissioned the original T-shirts and is Leader / Director of the HOPES Festival Orchestra
Martin Anthony (Tony) Burrage

See also:
HOTFOOT on Hope Street (The Concert)
Hope Street Festival, 1997 –
HOPES: The Hope Street Association
and more photographs in Camera & Calendar

Posted on September 1, 2008, in HOPES: The Hope Street Association, People And Places, Photographs And Images, Travel and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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