Seriously, wasn’t it just July? With Bank Holiday weekend (what a scorcher) and Creamfields just a distant memory, we’re getting stuck into the last few days of August this week in Liverpool. We’ve got cult TV quiz nights, drag comedy, all the footy action and the first ever Fusion Presents gig at Sefton Park which brings none other than Kings of Leon to Liverpool!
There’s also brand new brunch, food markets, jazz, award-winning art, pink gin tasting, safari fun for the kids and loads more.
Tuesday at Tate is likely to be slightly quieter after a hugely busy bank holiday weekend. The perfect time to wander around the Keith Haring exhibition and take a trip back to the 1980’s. Art, activism, love and war. Find out more here.
Take a journey to the upside down at Ma Boyle’s The Strand on Tuesday night as the Stranger Things Quiz Tour comes to Liverpool. The jackpot is £80 and it’s only £3 to join in. Teams of 2-8 players welcome. Info here.
You can enjoy 3 sumptuous small plates and a cocktail for £25pp at Dash on Victoria Street on Tuesdays. What more excuse do you need to dine in style? Menus and more here.
Chilean Jazz quintet, La Doctrina play Frederiks on Tuesday night as part of Hope Street Jazz and their self-managed 6 month residency in our amazing city. Get some Latin blues in your life and check them out from 9pm. Info here.
The dismantling of the Churchill Flyovers will effect anyone who travels into or lives and works in the city centre. Head down to Central Library from between 10am and 7pm to find out how. More info here.
If you’re already counting down to the weekend, head to Castle Street Townhouse on Wednesday and enjoy this cracking deal. Tuck into a 2 course meal with a bottle of wine each, for £20pp! More info and menus here.
Oh! What’s occurrin? No-Wave Quiz Nights launches its first ever Gavin & Stacey Quiz Night at its new home, Phase One on Seel Street. It’s just £2 to get involved and Nes & Brynn impressions are encouraged. Info here.
If pink gin is your thing, this is the event for you. Absolutely Fabulous is hosting an evening of pink gin tasting at the city’s most iconic building. The Venue at the Royal Liver Building invites you to sip and take in the views from 6:30pm. Info here.
One for the blues. The season may not gotten off to a shaky start, so what better way to restore your faith than with an evening celebrating 125 years of toffees history at the Epstein. More info and tickets here.
And of course, one for the reds. Head to Waterstones, Liverpool ONE from 6:30pm on Thursday for a panel talk and signing event with The Anfield Wrap, discussing ‘Numero 6: Reliving a Historic Year’. Tickets here.
Fresh from their performance at Fusion Festival, Circa Waves will be behind the decks at The Shipping Forecast while Jägermeister will be kicking around and providing you with some of the good stuff! Tickets and info here.
District, Jordan Street is hosting two Tony Butler Tribute events this summer. The first of which is on Friday from 7pm. Expect to hear the likes of Hegarty, Enamel Animal, The Boho’s and more. Tickets here.
Fusion Presents kick starts a weekend of music at Sefton Park. Friday headliners, Kings of Leon take centre stage with support from Frans Ferdinand, Echo & The Bunnymen, Jake Bugg and more. Full guide and tickets here.
Bombed Out Church hosts an all new foodie experience on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am. Taste of Liverpool brings together a range of local bars, restaurants and producers with all food prices capped at £4 to give visitors the chance to try a bit of everything. More info here.
Baltic Market launches its brand new venture this week in Liverpool, Baltic Does Brunch. Be one of the first to taste test the brand new brunch street food, with live music and special brunch cocktails. More info here.
Fusion Festival kicks off from midday at Sefton Park with day two of its main stage music offering. Rudimental, Dizzee Rascal, John Newman, Jonas Blue, Sigala and more. Tickets and info here.
The reds head to Turf Moor on Saturday to take on Burnley, kick off is at 5:30pm. Head to Punch Tarmey’s to watch all the action on the big screen or book a booth and cheer on the red men in comfort. Info here.
The blues take on Wolves at Goodison Park on Saturday, kick off at 3pm. Will we see the home game match day atmosphere return, flags at the ready! Missed out on tickets? The Flute on Hardman Street has got your a front row seat. More info here.
Fusion Festival’s third and final day at Sefton Park is jam packed. The line up includes Little Mix, Anne Marie, Clean Bandit, Mabel, Rak Su and loads more. Children under 5 go free and there’s still some tickets available here.
There’s no Sunday night blues this week in Liverpool, especially not when Bianca Del Rio comes to town. It’s Jester Joke brings Bianca to the Liverpool Empire Theatre from 7pm and the comedy queen will be in her finest voice. Expect to laugh your arse off and marvel at her outrageous tales. Tickets here.
It’s your last chance to discover more than 80 additional animals at Knowsley Safari this week. The LEGO Brick Safari has delighted thousands of kids and families this summer and you can still catch the giant elephant, tiger, gorilla and more until 2nd September. More info here.
Reminisce Festival returns to Sherdley Park on Saturday 8th September with an almighty line up of international and homegrown DJ’s and live PA’s. We’re talking Ultra Nate, Whigfield, Venga Boys, D:Ream, Urban Cookie Collective and shed loads more. Tickets are selling fast! Get yours here.
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