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Does anyone really care that we’ve seen the last of the sunshine? Not likely, with so much going on in the city we haven’t got time to sun bathe! It’s set to stay dry this bank holiday weekend and that’s enough to have us flocking to the roof tops, gardens and terraces for music festivals galore. Folk on the Dock, Creamfields, International Beatleweek, plus street parties, markets and throw back bashes await.
Monday nights is all about brand new comedy with up to 10 professional comedians taking to the Hot Water stage for a live, recorded special. Hot Water Comedy club tickets here.
Radio Kings are back performing live at Frederiks, Hope Street tonight from 8:30pm. These informal band rehearsal events are super chilled, it’s free entry and a perfect excuse for a Monday night gin! Info here.
If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the game on Monday night, how about with a brilliant atmosphere at Yates’ Queen Square? There’s drinks offers on and KO is 8pm. Details here.
Yep you read that right! None other than Scissor Sisters front man, Jake Shears is performing live at Arts Club on Tuesday night, click here to bag a last minute ticket.
There’s 20 free places on offer at Head of Steam’s Summer of Brooklyn Tasting event this week and with merch giveaways, drinks deals and some very rare beers, you’ll need to click here quickly to nab a place.
If the idea of going to the gym brings you ou in hives, how about getting fit to all your favourite RNB bangers in a Baltic Triangle club instead? Trap fit is back on Tuesday night from 6-7pm. Details here.
It’s back again! The International Beatle Week Festival kicks off 7 days worth of amazing live music as multiple venues and people flock from off over the world to experience. All the line up info here.
Looking for an excuse to enjoy a glad of red one night this week? Organise that long awaited catch up at Verdant, Allerton Rd and enjoy a bottle of house wine and a cheese plate for just £15. Details here.
Creamfields returns to Daresbury this Bank Holiday weekend for it’s annual four day mega party that somehow, just keeps getting better and better. There’s a brand new chill out space and the line up is out of this world. All the info here.
There’s a weekend long party going on at Baltic Market this August Bank Holiday weekend. Expect half price bottles of prosecco, live entertainment, funk and soul special, live DJs, 80’s disco, makers market and more. Info here.
From The Land of Hope and Glory to Rule Britannia, this is your chance to enjoy an old school classic evening of union flag waving, sing along fun at the stunning concert room at St George’s Hall. More info and tickets here.
Know your Terminator from your Predator? It’s just £1 per person to join in one of the most unique film quiz nights in the city, inside the stunning Everyman Theatre, Hope Street. Test your knowledge and be crowned top film buff. Details here.
The rumours are true! Start your bank holiday weekend off by channeling your inner Stevie and singing along to what is possibly one of the best albums every recorded. All down to CIRCO from 8pm. Info here.
If you’re into hip hop, there is no where else to be on Friday night as live band, the Incredible 11 take On Air by storm. All your favourite 90’s and 00’s rnb, hip hop and rap performed live all under one roof. Tickets here.
Lee Butler is back at Shankly Hotel on Bank Holiday Friday from 4pm with the third instalment of Big Luv. The party is on the roof with live DJs and PAs to be announced. Get your tickets and check out the line up here.
Folk on the Dock returns to Royal Albert Dock this weekend to celebrate the very best roots, folks and acoustic musical talent from across the globe. Click here for all the details of this great family day out on the waterfront.
There’s an epic street party sponsored by Smirnoff taking place at Hinterlands this Saturday, it’s family and dog friendly with live dj’s, pop up bars and more. Info here.
There’s a feast of jelly shaking anthems going down at The Merchant this weekend as Gin & Juice Beyoncé & Jay Z Special kicks off from 10pm. All the info here.
If you’re looking to book a family or friends feast this weekend, get together Italian style and book a table a Il Forno, Duke Street. The restaurant is both stylish and comfortable and the range of dishes, from freshly baked pizza and pastas to colour salads and delicious desserts, there’s something for everyone. Menus and more here.
The Japanese Beatles will be performing live as part of The Jac’s 60th birthday celebrations this bank holiday weekend alongside The Songbards and more. Click here for the multi venue details.
Gold Digger is back with another ass shaker at Camp & Furnace on Sunday from 9pm. With all your favourite 90’s and 00’s beats, you can drop it like its hot right into Bank Holiday Monday. Info here.
The perfect place to have a mooch about, chill or enjoy some afternoon bevs this bank holiday Sunday has to be St Lukes, Bombed Out Church, and it’s market day too! Info here.
There’s a family fun day and 5k fun run happening this Sunday in memory of school boy Rhys Jones. Croxteth Park will be packed with fab activities and the run itself, all raising funds for the local community centre. More info here.
No Bank holiday weekend in Liverpool would be complete without a visit to GBar and it’s Fruit Sundae’s first birthday too! The party starts at 8pm with DJ Laydee and Les Calvert plus special guests. More info here.
There’s loads of traders and stalls to browse this Bank Holiday Monday as the Vintage Bazaar from Curious Orange returns to the Kazimier Garden. Cure your hang over and shop. Info here.
Who will be crowned King or Queen of the pool table as we all try to cure our hangovers with hair of the dog and trick shots at Roxy Ball Room this Monday? Or maybe just chill on the roof terrace? More here.
Brand new Temple Court Bar, Maida Vale throws open it’s doors for a bank holiday weekend long launch event, with live music right across the three days. On Monday you can catch Carl Morris performing all the best mod classics plus 60s, 70s Madchester and Britpop anthems. More info here.
Don’t forget the easiest way to get around our region is by using one of our amazing public transport networks. The Merseyrail Family Ticket is great value and can help you save bucket loads on summer travel, find out more here. Plus Arriva has a whole network of bus routes across Merseyside and it’s never been easier to plan your day out, click here to find out more.
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