What’s on this weekend in Liverpool
4 years ago
We’ve got a full-line up of events, nights out, music and family fun activities to kick start your first October weekend in Liverpool.
This weekend in Liverpool is teaming with stuff to do. Whether you’re planning a night out, a brunch, fancy seeing a gig or you want to treat the kids, we’ve got something for you. There’s shopping freebies at Liverpool ONE, classic film nights in Speke, star-gazing in Croxteth Park and loads of German beer-swigging at the Baltic!
Here’s 10 things you can do this weekend in Liverpool…..
1 – Supreme Queen, M&S Bank Arena Auditorium
The spirit of the late, great Freddie Mercury is alive and in full voice at the M&S Bank Arena Auditorium this weekend in Liverpool. Tribute act Supreme Queen rock the Liverpool waterfront venue on Saturday from 7:30pm. Don’t go radio gaga, head this way for tickets.
2 – Ya Nan’s Big Sing Along & Quiz, Camp & Furnace
Rollers in queens, Ya Nan’s hosting a big quiz and sing along down at Camp and Furnace on Friday from 6pm. Expect all the usual madness, raffle, games, cash prizes, blind date and all your fave anthems to sing along to. More info here.
3 – Oliver Bonas Launch Party, Liverpool ONE
Make sure you stop by the latest store at Liverpool ONE on Saturday afternoon for a whole host of launch party goodies. Oliver Bonas has opened its doors and from 2pm – 6pm on Saturday there’s free tote bags, G&T’s and DJ Adele Moss will be spinning some tunes while you shop. More info here.
4 – Maribou State, Invisible Wind Factory
London- based electronic duo, Maribou State play a DJ set at Invisible Wind Factory this weekend. With a truck load of EP’s and two successful albums under their belts, Chris Davids and Liam Ivory take to the decks on Friday night. Tickets here.
5 – High School Musical Party, 02 Academy
Bring it all back you wildcats! The 02 Academy is hosting the ultimate teen throwback party! Your Friday night will be filled with all your High School Musical anthems plus loads of guilty pleasures. Go on – we wont judge. Get your tickets here.
6 – Ghostbusters, Cineworld Speke
How has it been 35 years since Ghostbusters was released? How? The legendary 80’s comedy horror film gets a big screen showing at Cineworld in Speke on Sunday. Part of the Classic movie series, this is a family favourite to treasure. Tickets here.
7 – Liverpool Vintage Kilo Sale, Guild of Students
If you want to freshen up your wardrobe ready for the new season why not head to Liverpool Guild on Sunday from 10am and rummage through tonnes of affordable, vintage clothing? Earlybird tickets and more info here.
8 – Jazz Brunch, Tate Liverpool
There’s a monthly Jazz brunch event held at Tate Liverpool’s cafe on Sunday mornings from 11am. Tuck into American style pancakes, smoked salmon or a classic eggs benedict while listing to some live music. More info and booking here.
9 – Scottie Road: The Musical, Esptein Theatre
Two-woman comedy, Scottie Road: The Musical brings characters Caz & Brit to the Epstein Theatre on Sunday for one night only. The show – which features extra bits, surprise guests and even a gift for those who come in their rollers, has received rave reviews so dont miss your chance to laugh til your belly hurts. Tickets here.
10 – Oktoberfest, Baltic Market
Oktoberfest returns to the Baltic Market and in true tradition, there’s a four days of steins and good times on offer. The fun begins on Thursday and runs right through until Sunday – with the very best beers and entertainment from Berlin to Bootle. All the info here.
Family Fun this weekend in Liverpool
1 – Mooncamp Community Day, Thurstaston Park
This free family day invites kids of all ages to get hands-on with space-themed activities, workshops and demonstrations which will amaze and astound, including a live science show from Mark Thompson from BBC’s Stargazing Live. Find out more here.
2 – Astronomy Night, Croxteth Park
Families can learn all about the night sky, stars and more at Croxteth Park on Saturday. Liverpool Astronomical Society brings the night sky to life with talks, telescopes and fascinating facts. Event runs 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Find out more here.
3 – Superstar Pop Party, M&S Bank Arena, Auditorium
If your kids are music mad, you wont want to miss this brilliant tribute show at the M&S Bank Arena Auditorium. Superstar Pop Party pays tribute to all your favourite chart stars in one huge gig on Saturday afternoon. With tribute acts performing Ariana Grande, Little Mix and Ed Sheeran tracks, you’d better bring your singing voice and dancing shoes to the Auditorium. Tickets here.