Need Liverpool New Years Eve tickets but not sure where to go? Our round up of some of the best options will help you decided.
Date published: 31st Dec 2018
Image: Constellations (credit Nick Mizen)
Still undecided on where to spend NYE? If you're looking for Liverpool New Years Eve tickets, there's still more than enough choices out there even if you're acting on last-minute impulse.
We've rounded up some of the best options on offer, from arguably the city's most well-loved clubnight to a hidden and soon to be departed gem, even the chance to see an iconic DJ making a rare NYE appearance in the UK.
Since 2002, Circus has pretty much been the place to hear house and techno in Liverpool. Every DJ worth hearing has played here, from megastars such as Carl Cox and Marco Carola down to underground heroes like Moodymann, with 2018 witnessing them transforming a new space in the Bramley Dock into another rave emporium Liverpool can be proud of.
But there's always one venue that will be their home, the Arts Club. That's the place where longtime resident and promoter Yousef will hold court on NYE, welcoming a select band of friends and residents for a guaranteed killer NYE.
Another much-loved party is 303, who will be holding the last ever NYE party in Constellations which will shut later in the year after announcing its lease wasn't being renewed.
For the occasion 303 welcome a debut for them from a DJ who has had a special relationship with the city over the years, Danny Howells. Having previously played for Cream, Freeze and the aforementioned Circus, among others, Danny will spend NYE in the UK for the first time in years, something he revealed in this interview we had with him last week.
The return of old school party Clockwork Orange has been a big fixture of 2018, including a triumphant showcase at London's stunning Printworks space and a return to the place it first drew notoriety in its 90s heyday, Ibiza.
For NYE they're heading to Liverpool and bringing a killer ensemble of old school masters with them. Tall Paull, K-Klass, John Kelly and legendary Cream resident Paul Bleasdale will all star.
Fiesta Bombarda's reputation has been built on going well beyond the norm for clubnights, marrying breathtaking decor and stunning production to a music policy which shifts and evolves like the costumes of the performers which entertain
Last year they sold out the Invisible Wind Factory for NYE, so they return once again to the venue - teaming up with the brains behind the space the Kazimier to present a one-off performance from the Intergalactic Karaoke Ensemble. Channel One, Renegade Brass Band and many more will also make sure the musical vibes are out of this world.
Another venue that will be closing is Buyers Club, which bids farewell to its dance music space for good this NYE after a heady few years which has seen a flurry of underground champions such as KiNK, LTJ Bukem and Artwork descend upon its Hardman St home.
The two parties entrusted with handling the goodbye are local crews Archive and Cherry Mango, who are inviting a load of the city's best DJs and selectors for a 12 hour marathon to truly celebrate the space. Cheap tickets and a guaranteed intimate, friendly atmosphere; just don't expect there to be a dry eye in the house come closing time,