Ready to plan an epic weekend in Liverpool? We’re lining up all the best events so you can get planning. As usual we’ve got something for everyone – theatre, film, comedy, music, raving, fireworks, firefighters, cage fighting, beer, dogs and loads more. Head this way for even more events taking place this weekend in Liverpool.
Black Light Disco returns to Brick Street on Friday night with a huge party showcasing the best in soul, funk, disco, re-edits, edits and house with our amazing resident DJs. More info here.
It’s that time of year again. We’re officially saying goodbye to summer 2019 as Botanical Gardens closes its doors for the autumn. Get yourself down there on Saturday for good vibes, sun basking and an everything must go Gin sale! More info here.
The phenomenal British Musical Fireworks Championships returns to Southport this weekend with three nights of thrilling, family-friendly entertainment. Set in Victoria Park this competition brings the best of the best in pyrotechnics to the North West to battle it out for the top award. Find out more and get tickets here.
Crosby Plaza Cinema is hosting a very special screening of 80’s epic Dirty Dancing on Saturday night. It’s just a fiver a ticket to watch Baby live her best life at Kellerman’s. Info here
Just look at that 00’s music mash up there! Camp & Furnace is hosting an epic Friday night packed with bangers. Feeling Noughty offers up anthems from Britney, Backstreet Boys, Christina, Beyonce and loads more. Info and tickets here.
The Beer Festival at St George’s Hall is already well underway and runs through until Saturday night. Try out more than 200 real ales plus ciders, a gin garden, wine and prosecco. Session tickets and more info here.
Calling all dog lovers! There’s a Doggy Social taking place at Tusk Baltic on Sunday from 11am and we can’t resist dogs in cute hats and all having fun! All the info here.
Cage Warriors is on at Exhibition Centre Liverpool on Saturday. There’s a whole host of local names on the packed fight card. Tickets start at £40.40 and you can get yours here.
You can see the brilliant stage adaptation, Little Miss Sunshine, a musical comedy featuring local actor Mark Moraghan at the Playhouse Theatre this weekend. Mark plays the Grandpa of Olive, in the dysfunctional Hoover family. Find out more and get tickets here.
Former Berry Street club 53 Liverpool will be donating the proceeds from its 1st birthday bash to The Fire Fighters Charity. Get to Camp & Furnace this weekend in Liverpool to check out a boss line up of DJ’s including Lee Butler, Tom Buck and more. Info here.
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