10 Tickets You Can Buy Right Now At The Guide Liverpool
Our amazing city has never been so busy with brilliant venues and mind-blowing events taking place from packed-out community halls to the vast Echo arena, we’re really spoiled for choice!
Whether you fancy a scare-fest, match day tickets or rocking out with a legend, we’ll bet you didn’t know you could get your tickets from us right here on the Guide Liverpool?! We have teamed up with Ticketquarter to bring you tickets to the biggest events, shows & attractions the area has to offer.
Check out our top ten events coming to Liverpool and get your seats booked now!
1 – Farmageddon
No Liverpool Halloween would be complete without a trip to Farmageddon. In case you’ve really no idea what lies in wait, check out what happened when Mark Byrom took on Farmageddon…..on his own!
2 – Craig David
Our very own Jay and Ellie named him the ‘soundest celeb’ at Fusion Festival earlier this year, and he loved our crowds so much he’s heading back to the Echo arena in March 2017. It has been the most talked about and relevant return to music by an artist in decades. It’s official, Craig David is back and in a big way!
3 – The North West Fashion Festival
NWFF is taking place at thee central Liverpool address! Fashionistas will be flocking to St George’s Hall this October to take a front row seat on the runway. With a whole host of local celebs, designers, MUA and masterclasses (plus a stunning VIP experience) you’d be mad to miss out.
4 – Primal Scream
Glasgow rockers, Primal Scream will take over the Olympia this November for a one off gig. Flying in from the States for their first north west performance in a number of years, excitement has been mounting among local fans.
5 – Grand National
Yes you can now get your tickets to the most glam weekend in Liverpool’s calendar right here courtesy of Ticketquarter. Whether it’s the Grand Opening Day, the fabulous Ladies Day or the main event the Grand National you can get your tickets sorted now and then all you have to do is plan the outfit!
6 – A Celebration of The Jam
A Celebration of The Jam featuring original bassist Bruce Foxton is a special concert to mark the end of the highly acclaimed retrospective of one of the most influential British bands of the last 40 years. The gig will take place on 5 October at with a percentage of ticket proceeds going to local charities including Be one percent and Impact England.
7 – The Chambers of Horrors: Resting Ground of the Unsaved.
Not going to lie, St George’s Hall has never looked so terrifying! Take a journey through the cold, dark passage ways and eerie cells if you dare… you never know what you may encounter! During your journey through the dark and unforgiving spaces you will encounter those who walk between this world and the next, those who have returned to create havoc and destruction. They will be waiting for you!
8 – Olly Murs
Following a knock-out performance at Fusion Festival earlier this month, everyone’s favourite cockney, Olly Murs is heading back to Liverpool in March 2017. Olly’s last tour in 2015 was a triumph selling out all 27 dates. This summer Olly played a spellbinding set to a 65,000 Hyde Park crowd as special guest to Take That further confirming his reputation as one of the Britain’s very best live performers.
9 – Ocean Colour Scene
To mark the 20th anniversary of their classic ‘Moseley Shoals’ album, Ocean Colour Scene will be celebrating with a huge show at The Olympia in Liverpool this December. Set to provide an unforgettable climax to what has been a benchmark year for the band, the Olympia show will see Birmingham’s distinguished Brit-Pop outfit revisit their classic 1996 album live and in full for the occasion. This Dec 9th gig has got pre-christmas gift written all over it.
10 – Courteeners
Also staging a winter gig in the city and ahead of the release of their fifth album, Courteeners have announced details of a new single and their biggest UK tour to date which includes a date at Echo Arena on Friday 18 November. No One Will Ever Replace Us is a modern day anthem dedicated to a very British kind of summertime love. The band’s Liam Fray says of the song, “it’s about finding love in the unlikely surroundings of Glastonbury. There’s almost an under-pinning fear about when you’ve got something so good, and you don’t want it to end.”