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10 music concerts coming to Liverpool in 2024

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10 music concerts coming to Liverpool in 2024

Liverpool’s known as the home of music and we’ve not just produced some of the best musicians in the world, we also have some incredible gigs here.

Venues like The Jacaranda, Kazimier, Arts Bar, Quarry and Shipping Forecast are always showcasing local talent as well as the Saturday Courtyard Sessions at Heebie Jeebies and loads more.

Invisible Wind Factory, District, Hangar 34 and the 02 have some great live music on, and that’s before we even get on to the weekly jazz at Frederik’s and Ma Boyle’s.

There’s going to be so many amazing gigs to look forward to next year so here are 10 big music concerts coming up in 2024 …

Taylor Swift at Anfield – June 13, 14 & 15

Taylor Swift - Anfield - Music

If you felt something like an earthquake back in the summer it was probably just the stampede to buy tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour. The original two dates became three and Swifties snapped up every ticket in super-fast time. Well done if you were one of the lucky ones, Swiftmania incoming!

Rick Astley at M&S Arena – March 7

Rick Astley - The Guide Liverpool

Just when we thought we couldn’t love Rick more, he went and absolutely owned Glastonbury this year so now, over 35 years since Never Gonna Give You Up, his popularity’s higher than ever. Rick’s Are We There Yet? tour comes to the Arena in March, with Scouting for Girls and The Lottery Winners.

Johnny Marr at The Olympia – April 6

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We’re all about the legends and if you’re a massive Smiths fan then this is a must date – former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr is heading out on a greatest hits tour in 2024 with his new album Spirit Power and it brings him to the Olympia in April with support from ex-Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes.

Deacon Blue On The Waterfront – June 23

The 2023 On The Waterfront had Jamie Webster, Camelphat and James creating an amazing atmosphere down at the Pier Head and this year’s shaping up to be just as good. Scottish rock giants, and Liverpool favourites, Deacon Blue are headlining with a very best of show on the Sunday.

In the Park presents Jamie Webster – July 12

Picture credit – On The Waterfront

Sefton Park will be hosting In the Park presents this July and Jamie Webster and Cream Classical have already been announced. It’s going to be a huge one, with crowds of up to 40,000 every date and local hero Jamie will be headlining a memorable Friday night with his biggest show yet.

Pete Wylie & The Mighty Wah at District – March 22

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Picture – Pete Wylie

Talking of major Liverpool music heroes, here’s one especially for everyone who loves the city’s 80s scene – Pete Wylie is the man behind some of our most amazing anthems including Story of the Blues and Heart A Big As Liverpool and he’s coming to District for one night bringing it all back.

Pink at Anfield – June 24 & 25

Pink concerts are always an unbelievable spectacle and packed with hit after hit so fans will be super-excited for her return to Anfield in summer. She’s not played here since 2019 but she’s back for two dates as part of her Summer Carnival World Tour, with special guests The Script. 

Happy Mondays at Mountford Hall – April 13

Happy Mondays. Credit: PA
Happy Mondays. Credit: PA

Madchester icons don’t come much bigger than Happy Mondays and they’re twisting everyone’s melons again with the classic line-up including Shaun Ryder and Baz shaking his maracas as usual. They’ll be joined by Inspiral Carpets and Stereo MC’s for a Been There Done That date.

Tom Jones at Salt and Tar – August 17

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Picture – Andrea Raffin/ Shutterstock

Salt and Tar in Bootle pulled off one of the gig coups of the year when it announced legend Tom Jones would be headlining the second Music Weekender from August 16 to 18. Along with the Welsh pop god, the weekend festival will also have more headliners still to be announced.

Girls Aloud at M&S Arena – June 29 & 30

Credit: Girls Aloud
Credit: Girls Aloud

It’s 21 years since Girls Aloud took the pop world by storm winning Popstars: The Rivals and to celebrate, and remember former bandmate Sarah Harding who died in 2021, they’re reuniting for an arena tour. An extra Liverpool date has been added so now there’ll be two hit-packed shows.

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