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Better make the most of them, so here are 14 ideas of things to do this weekend to get you out and about …
This one’s a good one to jump on the train to, then you can enjoy a few of the drinks traders as well as the foodie ones. There’ll be lots to choose from including prosecco cocktails, Peroni cocktails, Pimm’s, Southport Ales and Welsh craft cider as well as some non-alcoholic ones. It’s at Victoria Park from Friday (2-8pm) to Sunday (10am-6pm) and admission is free.
Take the kids on the BrickLive Ocean trail at Knowsley Safari and they can spot 28 life-sized ocean creatures all made from little bricks. More than 1 million bricks have gone into making the animals that are dotted around the Foot Safari, everything from an African penguin to a giant Orca whale. Be quick, though, because it ends on Sunday.
If you’re a fan of electronic music then this weekend’s Electronic Sound Summit in the Baltic Triangle is one for you because it’s a two-day celebration of electronic music culture. There’ll be masterclasses, Q&As and panel sessions covering things like music management and setting up a label plus a line-up of talent including Liverpool’s Lauren Lo Sung. Venues include District and 24 Kitchen Street.
This Friday telly adventurer Ben Fogle is coming to Liverpool to share some of his amazing stories. As well as writing 10 best-selling books, he’s climbed Everest, swum with crocodiles, dodged pirates and walked to the South Pole so he’ll have no shortage of things to talk about. Feel like we might have to drag ourselves off the sofa for this one.
Neighbourhood Weekender is taking over Victoria Park from Friday to Sunday with a massive music line-up across three stages as well as an on-site pub, gin & tonic garden, food stalls and a funfair. Main stage headliners include James, Jake Bugg and The Coral on Saturday plus Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Wombats, Miles Kane and The Lightning Seeds on Sunday.
Find out loads of fascinating facts about our amazing cathedral, how it came to be where it is and the people who helped to build it on this 45-minute tour happening on Saturday morning. It’s outdoors and starts at 11am, just book on in advance because there’s only six places per tour.
We do love a weekend bottomless brunch and the one at GPO in Metquarter is fantastic. For £25 per person you get £10 to spend on food from GPO’s 12 independent kitchens as well as 90 minutes of unlimited cocktails, prosecco and beer. It’s on daily from 10am to 3pm, just remember to say ‘bottomless brunch’ in the booking notes.
The Liverpool Memory Walk in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society is happening this Sunday from 10am at Aintree racecourse. There are 2k and 6k routes so walkers can take their pick, it’s free to register, the charity just asks that you set a fundraising target of £160. Best of luck to everyone who’s taking part for such a great cause.
Good Market is bringing its biggest Liverpool independents retail market yet to PINS Social Club on Duke Street this Sunday from 11.30am-4pm. There’ll be 23 local businesses plus food, drink and music from local DJs. Look out for indies selling clothing, jewellery, art, cocktails, skincare and much more, and a chance to bag a limited-edition collaboration T-shirt with Good Market and PINS.
If you love a beer and fancy learning more about how it’s brewed then head to Dead Crafty Beer Co. on Dale Street this Sunday because they’ve got their first Meet the Brewer event of 2021 on with brewers all the way from Croatia! Nova Runda will give a guided tasting of five of their beers from 7pm, £15 a ticket.
You can’t have missed them all about town, so if you want to have a go and find out how much fun it is then this weekend could be the time. Hop on a Voi e-scooter and you can nip around town without any of the hassle of parking and you just pay for however long you want. Just remember to ride safely and steer clear of the pavements.
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Art lovers shouldn’t miss this one – the Lucian Freud exhibition on at Tate Liverpool, featuring an incredible collection of work by one of Britain’s greatest ever portrait artists. Make a day of it by visiting the café while you’re at the gallery, it’s open from 10am and there’s a kids’ menu on at weekends.
Nothing says it’s definitely still summer, no argument, quite like sitting outside with a cocktail and a few mates, taking loads of pics. And if you’re looking for somewhere super-Insta worthy to do it then Boujee is absolutely the place especially if you really love pink! Raspberry mojitos all the way.
It can be hard finding a place to eat that adults love as much as kids or the other way round, but Smoke & Dough has got everyone covered. They’ve got gorgeous grilled meats cooked at your table for grown-ups and Smoke & Dough pizzas or Bento Boxes especially for littler ones so happy kids equals happy parents.
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