Your spoiled for choice when it comes to planning an amazing bank holiday weekend in Liverpool. We’ve got all dayers, garden parties, club nights, live music, DJ’s, indulgent brunches, bottomless G&T’s more than 70 Beatles tribute bands and one, unmissable party atmosphere. Scroll down to check out the very best of what’s on this weekend and have a ball!
Bank holiday weekend in Liverpool and the biggest digital music festival in the country go hand in hand. Creamfields returns to Daresbury this weekend with an incredible line up. More than 10 stages and arenas play host to DJ’s from around the world with this years headliners, Swedish House Mafia lighting up Saturday night. Your full festival guide and day tickets available here.
Kellys Smithdown Road has a great line up of local musicians on show this bank holiday weekend in Liverpool. Kicking off on Friday, after the Everton game, Ben Burke will be performing live. Saturday it’s Rossa Murray from 9pm and Sunday Dave Owen from 7pm. You can also catch Liverpool v Arsenal Saturday and more. Info here.
There’s live music, tasty eats and cocktails on the terrace at The Cotton Lounge at Hotel Indigo on Friday from 5pm. Kick start your bank holiday weekend with after work drinks and a bite to eat on Chapel Street with music from Ian Dunn. More info here.
There’s a massive line up of live music paying homage to the biggest bands and most legendary venues on Mathew Street from 23rd to the 26th August. Get down to Eric’s, Rubber Soul, Kaiserkeller and SGT Peppers as there will be lots of amazing live acts performing all day and night long. More info here.
Birkenhead is staging its very own music festival this bank holiday weekend, headlined by Bill Ryder-Jones and Anna Calvi. On Friday and Saturday you can catch loads of live music in a host of different venues across the town with day and weekend tickets now on sale. Find out more here.
One for the reds. Hotel TIA hosts a quiz night on Friday, set to test your LFC knowledge with a dream host. The voice of Anfield, George Sephton will be at the helm, racking your brains and sharing some anecdotes from his incredible career experience and from behind the scenes. It’s just £5 to take part and teams of 4-6 people are welcome. More info here.
Where better to spend the last bank holiday (until Christmas) than at the Royal Albert Dock? Rev Fest is lining up live music across the weekend, DJs, mini cocktail classes and the chance to taste some the brand new food and drink menu. Find out more here.
Start your weekend by booking a booth at the stunning NYL Restaurant & Cocktail Bar on North John Street. Tuck into a delicious, hot brunch dish, plus unlimited cold buffet selection and of course, the all important, bottomless Liverpool Gin. Find out more here.
Punch Tarmey’s is place to watch all the footy this season with 17 Screens including and 8ft Video Wall! This Saturday Jack Burn will be performing LIVE KOP ANTHEMS from 4:30pm before kick off and live music from Greg Davies at the final whistle. Book your table or booth with your own screen here.
You’re invites to take an epic dance down memory lane this Saturday as the famous all-day Afternoon Delight party returns to The Shankly hotel rooftop for a summer soiree with a twist. With a stellar line up on the decks including Lee Butler, Paul Rimmer, Rob Cain and loads more, this is one not to me missed. Tickets here.
The lads behind legendary Sh*t Indie Disco have upped the ante for Bank holiday weekend in Liverpool with a Beatles Disco. Taking place at Camp & Furnace from 8pm on Saturday, expect to dance to the old stuff, sing a long to the iconic stuff and do our fab four proud. Tickets here.
Its free entry into the 80’s tastic Pub Tropicana party at The Merchant on Saturday night from 10pm. Expect to hear anthems from the likes of Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The Human League, Blondie, Lionel Richie and loads more. Leg warmers optional. Info here.
There’s a YARD all Dayer going on down at New Bird Street this Saturday. From 1pm – 11pm you can catch DJ Paulette, Sonic Yootha and Jimmy Allen and friends on the decks providing the soundtrack to your bank holiday weekend. Info here.
Country Superstars is returning to the M&S Bank Arena on Saturday and if you’re done with working 9-5, this is the singalong gig for you. Hosted by Sarah Jayne who has been performing as Dolly Parton for over 25 years, you can expect to see first class tributes to Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Billie Jo Spears, Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson, Tammy Wynette and more. Tickets here.
Following the complete sell out of the first Anthem City, Liberte gears up to host the return on August Bank Holiday Sunday for a summer soiree. There’s an all day party across 2 floors, one indoor and one outdoor, including the stunning roof top terrace from 2pm til 4am, featuring the finest music handpicked & supplied by Liverpool’s finest DJs. Last release tickets available here.
For just £30 per person, Revolucion De Cuba, Royal Albert Dock offers a fabulous fiesta which takes place every weekend from 11am. If an infinite amount of cocktails, beer and a brunch option wasn’t enough, Rev’s also provide a selection of of Cuban Bruschetta, plus a complimentary Mimosa’s for guests to enjoy. Book here.
Club L1VE returns to The Club House at Liverpool ONE this Sunday from 1pm. With a stellar line-up of live music from the likes of Kick Back Sundays, The Ripcurls and Blast Off, running until 10pm, this is the perfect venue to sip, dine, sing and dance your way into bank holiday Monday. Cheers to that! Info here.
Baltic Market is staging a weekend long celebration in honour of the summer bank holiday. Sunday’s offering runs from 11am until midnight and includes an indoor and outdoor market, live music and of course cocktails and tasty eats. More info here.
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than watching more than 70 international Beatles tribute acts performing live at 8 different venues across the city. Marking the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road, the 33rd year of the festival brings all the anthems to life once again. Full line up info here.
We’re not going home yet! Head to Santa Chupitos for the Sunday Sessions. Happy hour runs from 5pm with £5 Five Dollar and £5 TNT (tequila n ting) plus 2 for £10 Gin balloons and Aperol spritz. Yep, Monday is write off! More info here.
Bank holiday Sunday is all about pizza and spritz at Siren, 54 St James Street. from 5pm tuck into epic pizzas from local Urban Crust, while the DJs from Coffee & Turntables will be providing a soulful soundtrack along with the Aperol Spritz Social team serving up 2-4-1 Aperol Spritz from 5-9pm! Info here.
The highly anticipated Positive Vibration Carnival Weekend Special featuring Don Letts takes place at District this Bank Holiday Sunday from 9pm. Tickets on Skiddle are £10 and have flown out, get yours here and say you were there.
It’s free entry to the Craft Taproom Bank Holiday Sunday all dayer from 4pm til 2am. There’s an amazing line up of live music including The Floormen, Samurai Kip, Shards and loads more. Get down to Smithdown and milk that bank holiday vibe for all its got. Info here.
The Continental Street Market returns to New Brighton promenade this bank holiday Monday with a mix of traders. Bring your appetite and sample food, drink and produce from around the world. More here.
Liverpool Gin Distillery has whipped up four, fabulous cocktails with four different flavours of Liverpool Gin to mark the 33rd annual International Beatle Week. That’s all the excuse we need for Bank holiday Monday drinks! More here.
Liverpool Arts Bar, Hope Street launches its weekly quiz night on Bank Holiday Monday from 7:30pm. The perfect way to unwind after a manic weekend, test your knowledge, tuck into some tasty eats, win prizes and sip a great quality pint! More info here.
Liverpool’s CAMRA pub of the year 2019, Peter Kavanagh’s has stood its ground as a great local boozer (where you’re guaranteed to make a new acquaintance) for over 100 and more years. Indulge in a Bank Holiday Monday pint and a natter with Rita, she’s been at the helm 27 years now and doesn’t miss trick! More here.
Everyman Cinema at Metquarter offers you a seriously comfy seat and the opportunity to put off the harsh reality of Tuesday morning with a big screen blockbuster or two. Tarantino’s 9th epic, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Crawl and Pain & Glory are all on offer this Monday. Info and booking here.
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