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5 reasons to bring in the New Year at Punch Tarmey’s

2 months ago

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By The Guide Liverpool

You’re always guaranteed a great night out at Punch Tarmey’s but this New Year’s Eve it’s going to be better than ever.

Liverpool’s biggest Irish Bar is pulling out all the stops to promise you the best time to bring in 2024. All without breaking the bank.

Sarah Golden says: “We want to showcase this because it is going to the city’s biggest New Year’s Eve party with so much variety and things to do for people of all ages.”

The brand and partnerships manager for The Mikhail Group, which owns Punch Tarmey’s and more, adds:

“It’s been a really tough year for everyone but we all still want to celebrate and hope for better for 2024. And we don’t think anyone can compete with what we’ve got on offer.

We’re so excited and looking forward to welcoming everyone on December 31, and all the staff are on board to make sure everyone has a fantastic time and a great start to the New Year.

“There’s a lot of fun to be had.”

So as you get ready for the annual countdown, here’s 5 reasons – and there are more! – why Punch Tarmey’s is going to be the best place to party…

1. Access All Areas 

With a host of areas at this destination venue in Liverpool – not just Punch Tarmey’s, but ArCains, Europe’s biggest three-bar gaming arcade, and Cains Brewery.

So you can challenge your mates to unlimited pinball, shuffleboard, and video games. Listen to live music with a pint or sit for a quiet glass of wine. Everything’s under one roof, and the New Year’s Eve fun starts from 5pm!

2. Its DJs are In Demand

Literally! You can dance the night away at Punch Tarmey’s as it’ll be filled to the sound of all your favourite tunes from some of the best DJs around.

In Demand Radio’s Steve Cocky, Tommy Mack, Sie Austin, Ant Armstrong and Steve Weaver will be hitting the decks from 8pm until 2am.

3. Live music

As well as the city’s best DJs, some of its greatest live musicians will also be at the Stanhope Street venue from 5pm until 1am. 

Cains’s most popular resident artists can’t wait to entertain you: Mick Williams, The Two of Us, Nat Kelly, and Jack Bennett will all be there, so get ready to relax and enjoy. And there are three bars on three floors – so take your pick.

4. The cost? It’s just a tenner

Yes, you read that right – the ticket price is just £10.

Tickets are available from Punch Tarmey’s website.

And while you might be able to walk-in on the night (if there’s still space). You know you’re guaranteed getting into the city’s super-fab celebration if you get your ticket in advance.

5. Cracking food from Christakis

The city’s premier Greek and Mediterranean food people are now at Punch Tarmey’s so you can grab yourself a gyros or some halloumi fries while you enjoy the last few hours of 2023, and wait to launch yourself into 2024. Food is being served until 9pm.

To get your tickets and to find out more go to the Punch Tarney’s website HERE

More New Year’s Eve events HERE

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