Everyone ready for a four day weekend? Easter Bank Holiday weekend in Liverpool can be as mad or as chilled as you like with a decent weather forecast on the cards, we’re going for a mix of both. Rooftop parties, bottomless brunches, loads of live music, theatre, comedy and of course all the flowery Spring cocktails. Ready to ring in sick on Tuesday?
Don’t forget you can to all of the places below by train using Merseyrail. Plan your journey here.
Easter weekend at Baltic Market actually begins on Thursday night with half-price prosecco and Friday is all about the disco fever. Free to enter all weekend there’s drinks deals, street food, live music and more. Info here.
The one and only Trevor Nelson is back at Camp & Furnace on Good Friday and he’s bringing the classic soul and rnb anthems. Tickets available here.
Tracy Wilder will be doing the do on the decks down as Sonic Yootha performs miracles* at 24 Kitchen Street. £7 on the door from 9pm til 4am. More info here. *highly unlikely any miracles will actually happen.
Neeeeeeevvveerrrrrr forget to buy your tickets for an epic evening on board Mersey Ferries with top a Take That tribute band on Good Friday. Pray for calm waters or you’ll re relighting the fire – okay sorry. Tickets here.
If you’re a big Strictly Come Dancing fan, you wont want to miss pro dancer Kevin Clifton and his show Burn The Floor at the M&S Bank Arena on Good Friday. Tickets here.
Great Scott! One of the greatest films of all time, Back to The Future gets its own live philharmonic treatment on Good Friday at The Phil. Prepare to feel a epic soundtrack like never before. Tickets here.
Two of our fave things come together at Revolution Cavern Quarter this Easter bank holiday weekend. From Friday you can tuck into pizza and bottomless prosecco (other drinks inc Amstel available) for £25pp. More info here.
You can go your own way to the Liverpool Phil for this extra date of Rumours of Fleetwood Mac and their 50th anniversary tour. Last few tickets remain here.
The entire Constellations site will be a hive of activity this weekend as everyone’s favourite indie venue celebrates its 5th birthday with music, happenings and a brand new summer menu. Full event listing here.
Remember Little Mo from EastEnders? Actress Kacey Ainsworth joins a brilliant cast to bring the brutal story of Sweeney Todd back to life for Everyman Theatre audiences this bank holiday. Would you sit in the barber chair? Tickets here.
There’s an unmissable line up of talent at HUS on Saturday as rockabilly soloist Cal Ruddy lines up with 6 piece indie funk collective Black Wax and more for an evening of top class live music. More info and timings here.
You’ve got to refuel through out the bank holiday weekend if you’re going to make it through til Monday and where better than at NYL Restaurant & Bar with bottomless G&T Brunch! We’ve tried it and we loved it, find out for yourself and book here.
There’s free entry all weekend to the Birdies Summer Garden Opening party. With DJ’s, cocktails, mouth watering street food from Apocalypse Cow and boss vibes, pretend its July and find out more here.
Facing the prospect of working all summer long? Why not get a taste for the ‘gap year’ life with a full moon party at Thaikhun Street Food bar, Chavassee Park on Saturday night. Expect UV paint, glowsticks, Babu the Gorilla and sangria is only a quid! More here.
You can have a belting night out at Sound, Duke St on Saturday and raise a load of money for the brilliant Whitehapel Centre with their bank holiday fundraiser #2. With 12 live acts, a bbq (with vegan option) and good vibes, why not stop by and chuck a fiver in the bucket? Info here
This Easter Sunday, Grand Central have planned an Easter Egg Hunt with a twist! Fancy winning a night stay in the Deluxe Grand Central Hotel room, with breakfast, show tickets, champagne or a bar tab? Then hop on down to Grand Central. More here.
You’ve got to go your nan’s on Easter Sunday! Camp & Furnace is hosting Ya Nan’s Big Fat Easter Quiz and Sing A Long with Shit Indie Disco from 6pm. Expect cash karaoke, mad challenges and maybe even find true love! Remaining tickets here.
It’s been 10 years since Greg Wilson recorded his BBC Essentials mix, one that went on to be named one of the 25 greatest DJ mixes of all time by Rolling Stone. He’s back at The Merchant on Sunday with a special set. Info here.
Anton Powers takes to the decks at Liberte on Easter Sunday for a rooftop bank holiday party like no other. This 12 hour soiree kicks off at 2pm and tickets are selling fast. Get yours here.
It’s all about the rooftop parties this bank holiday and Bog Luv returns to Eden at The Shankly Hotel for an Easter Sunday birthday celebration. Lee Butler, Les Calvert, Lil John, Ian Longo, Ste Cocky and more join this mega round up of top DJ’s. Tickets here.
The Circus Daytime Special continues with an official afterparty at Invisible Wind Factory on Easter Sunday with residents, specials guests and friends taking you into Bank Holiday Monday with a bang. Info here.
Calling all club kids of the 90’s this is the Easter weekend event you wont want to miss. Ministry of Sound brings Dave Pearce, K Klass. Livin Joy and more to Hangar 34 for a 90’s club throwback. Last remaining tickets here.
The weekend isn’t over yet! Get to Modo, Concert Square on bank holiday Monday for bevs in the sun and two floors of top DJ’s banging out all the best tunes from afternoon til early morning. Book Tuesday off now! More here.
Attic Bar, Parr Street offers you a chance to watch episode one of the highly anticipated final season of GoT on the big screen and to fill yer face with a free, themed BBQ while you’re at it. Find out more here.
When it comes to fit slices, frozen margs, boss beats and an al fresco terrace to chill on, it has to be Crazy Pedro’s, Parr Street. April’s special ‘I’ll Have What Cheese Havin’ is loaded with Corned Beef, Sauerkraut, Swiss Cheese and more. Hangover cure for sure. Info here.
The Club House L!ve Music Festival is back this Easter bank holiday weekend in Liverpool along with bottomless brunch, rotisserie roasts, Easter food and cocktails specials. Grab a table, download the New World App and skip any queues at the bar too. And if all that wasn’t enough, the amazing cookie dough dessert is back for Easter too! More info here.
All DJ’d out? Head to Peaky Blinders Bar, Cain’s Brewery Village to catch The Hitmen & Her performing all your favourite 80’s hits live. Tasty eats available too. More info here.
Throughout the Easter Holidays there’s loads of family fun activities happening at the dock but that’s not all. Fancy taking the chocolate safari which includes Nutella filled pastries and chocolate cocktails? Course you do! More info here.
Bank holiday weekend wouldn’t be complete without a few fits of laughter. Head to Hot Water Comedy Club, Hardman Street to see a live recorded showcase special featuring Danny Loughlin and a whole host of up and coming talent. Tickets here.
Will you take on Gary, Pablo or Bozo this bank holiday monday? Three amazing new mini golf courses make up the wacky Junkyard Golf, new to Liverpool ONE. Grab some cocktails, pic n mix and a putter and have a go. More info here.
It was fun while it lasted and with just a few weeks until the next bank holiday, we’re finishing up our weekend with some chilled Balearic vibes and sangria at La Finca Evissa, Back Colquitt Street. It’s unlikely we’ll get a Mambo style sunset but the cocktails and beats are just as good. Info here.
Get there by train, plan your journey with Merseyrail here.
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