Liverpool Nightlife

Liverpool has a relatively small city centre which makes for an ideal night out with clubs and bars on every corner. There are a few areas to target primarily, from Concert Square’s in your face beats to Seel Street’s laid-back indie vibe, there’s truly something for everyone.

The Baltic Triangle

A haven for ravers, The Baltic Triangle is filled with warehouse spaces that have been given a new lease of life by creative minds and promoters. There's the Camp and Furnace, which hosts everything from Bingo to open mic nights. Plus smaller spaces like 24 Kitchen Street and Constellations, all offering the best names in electronic music.

Concert Square

Concert Square is the hub of Liverpool’s nightlife and is the place to hear the latest chart/r&b/hip hop music. An acquired taste, Concert Square is always a hive of activity on a Saturday night with revellers from all over the UK descending on the bars and clubs sprawling from the outdoor courtyard that is the square’s centre-point.

There is also a three floored club, Krazyhouse, which is set in a former factory that has a unique music policy for each floor.

Ropewalks

Next to Concert Square is the city's hip Ropewalks district which boasts plenty of cracking bars to get stuck into. The Peacock, Salt Dog Slims, Santa Chupitos, La'gos and Red Door are just some of the watering holes we'd personally recommend. You can also catch student nights and gigs in the Arts Club

Matthew Street

Approach with caution at weekends, this is stag and hen party central, so unless feather boas and inflated drink prices are your thing, steer well clear. It’s definitely worth a visit to the Cavern Club, the a recreation of the club The Beatles originally made their name as in the afternoons they often have cover artists playing some of the fab four’s biggest hits. Perfect for that authentic Liverpool feel.

Docklands

These past few years has seen an explosion just to the north of the city centre in the docklands area, where old warehouses have been transformed into music venues. Although slightly thin on the ground for pubs and pre-dinks destinations, venues such as Invisible Wind Factory, North Shore Troubador and Meraki are now home to some of the best clubnights and live gigs in the city.

Rainbow Quarter

Liverpool’s LGBT+ scene isn’t on the same scale as Manchester’s, but it more than holds its own as a growing piece of Liverpool’s nightlife jigsaw. Set on the fringes of the business district, this small collection of bars and clubs hosted the cities first ever pride festival this summer. The gay quarter is located on Stanley Street; particular highlights are Garlands, Pink and GBar.

Live Music - see our up to date top Liverpool Gigs

Seel Street

If indie, rock or alternative is more your thing, there are many unsigned band nights, often free entry, on Seel Street. Heebie Jeebies have bands on in the outdoor courtyard and in the basement, the Arts Club often hosts some of the UK’s biggest signed acts and Zanzibar, too, is a hotbed of Liverpool’s brightest young bands.

O2 Academy 

The Academies are renowned around the country for hosting diverse acts, and the Liverpool venue is no different. Years & Years, Public Enemy and The Wailers are all making their way to one of the most popular spaces in Liverpool for live music this year.

The Shipping Forecast

Although The Shipping Forecast is primarily used as a bar (that sells really good burgers might we add), down in the basement is 'The Hold' which hosts an abundance of live gigs and the odd club night.  

Clubs - see our up to date top Liverpool Raves

24 Kitchen Street

Intimate and always boasting a superb array of DJs, 24 Kitchen St has become the city's number one regular dance music haunt, boasting superb midweek soirees just as regularly as the weekend tear outs (Young Marco plays all night long on a Wednesday in October).

Invisible Wind Factory

The jewel in the docklands crown, the latest project from the crew behind the revered but sadly gone Kazimier have created a huge warehouse space which boasts regular showcases from the likes of 303, Worried About Henry and 

nightlife

nightlife

Liverpool has a relatively small city centre which makes for an ideal night out with clubs and bars on every corner. There are a few areas to target primarily, from Concert Square’s in your face beats to Seel Street’s laid-back indie vibe, there’s truly something for everyone.…

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Liverpool has a relatively small city centre which makes for an ideal night out with clubs and bars on every corner. There are a few areas to target primarily, from Concert Square’s in your face beats to Seel Street’s laid-back indie vibe, there’s truly something for everyone.…

Liverpool Attractions

Liverpool Attractions

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shopping

The city invested £920m in its new shopping development, Liverpool One in 2008 and this plays host to over 160 stores and services including many of the leading names in retail; such as: HMV, Topshop, American Apparel, Urban Outfitters and Debenhams. Liverpool One also features a 14 screen Ode…

transport

transport

The city centre of Liverpool is quite small, so can certainly be negotiated on foot, but for those trips outside of the city, or for your commute from accommodation outside of the city, public transport will be required. Bus