Weekend Picks: Here’s 10 things to do this weekend in Liverpool
Hello pay day weekend! There’s so much to see and do this weekend as we welcome July with soaring temperatures.
We hope you’re hungry because there’s some serious feasting to be had this weekend in Liverpool with street food a plenty in not one, but three different locations across the city as Baltic Market, Liverpool ONE and Grand Central hold some tasty celebration events. You can burn off the extra calories on the Pier Head as Cunard brings Gin & Disco together for an all dayer and we salute our armed forces at Royal Albert Dock, plus lots more.
For a taste of world cuisine….
Liverpool ONE Feast Weekend
Liverpool ONE is showcasing it’s 35+ restaurants and bars with a Feast Weekend event where you can sample street food, cocktails, music and entertainment from around the world. There’s free samples and a pop up street market on Chavasse Park all weekend. More here.
For A Pay Day Blow Out….
Gin & Disco, Cunard Building
If you’re looking for a pay day weekend in Liverpool blow out that mixes a stunning location, amazing beats and DJ’s and a whole load of Gin, get yourself down to Cunard Building for Gin & Disco with Signature Living. Greg Wilson and Todd Terry are on the decks and the last wave of ticket are available here.
For A Boogie in the Baltic….
Sonic Yootha 3rd Birthday, 24 Kitchen Street
Sonic Yootha celebrates it’s 3rd birthday at 24 Kitchen Street with a huge shindig, expect new wave, old rave, disco, soul and everything in between. Sonic Yootha is a fully inclusive night out and the atmosphere is always brilliant. Get sweaty on the dance floor or make a new bezzie mate out on the terrace! £7 on the door. More here.
For a Sunday mooch….
Vintage Bazaar at The Kazimier
Curious Orange returns to the Kaz Gardens this Sunday from 1pm with loads of stalls, food and drinks to check out. Expect local traders including vintage clothing, sparkly jewels, vintage records, retro homeware, handmade wonders and all things weird and wonderful. Free entry, kids and doggo’s welcome too. Info here.
For a night dancing in the aisles…
Thriller Live, Liverpool Empire
Saturday is your last chance to see and hear the music of the King of Pop Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5 come to life at the Liverpool Empire with Thriller Live. If like us, you grew up with MJ’s phenomenal career dominating the charts, and you’ve still not learned how to moon walk, go and watch the pro’s! Tickets here. Heeee heeee!
For a Birthday Bash like no other….
Baltic Market 1st Birthday, Cain’s Brewery Village
The Baltic Market is officially one and the birthday celebrations have already begun! The rest of the weekend is packed with live music, boss drinks deals, the outdoor market, FIFA World Cup games on the screens, free prosecco AND brand new street food to get your chops around. Who’s yup for Gin Slushies in the sun? More here.
For a Film night with cattitude…
Jumanji Cat Café, Bold Street
When the weather is boiling like this, it’s unlikely you’re going to choose to go to the flicks, but how about if its in Liverpool’s Cat Café on Bold Street and the film in question is a cult classic? Jumanji is on at Cat Café this Friday night from 8pm. There’s lots of munchies and cat cuddles and adventure. What’s not to like? Tickets here.
For a street food fine dining experience….
Grand Central Food Bazaar, Renshaw Street
There’s even more new food to sample this weekend in Liverpool. Will you be the first to sample the 14 brand new food stalls at Grand Central Food Bazaar as it opens it’s doors on Renshaw Street this weekend? The concept is similar to the street food offerings that have popped up across the city, but this venue gives you the opportunity to sit down to dine, and you should see the interior! Find out more here.
For a parade that makes us all proud….
Armed Forces Day Parade, Royal Albert Dock
Saturday 30th June is National Armed Forces Day and after an incredible celebration in 2017 when Liverpool hosted the national event, this year we’ll give thanks to our guys and girls in the forces with a parade from Exchange Flags to Royal Albert Dock (complete with drummers) where there’s all kinds of activities and stalls to check out. Take the kids and go and meet some real heroes. More here.
For A Sunday Roast to share…..
The Florist, Hardman Street
What’s a weekend in Liverpool without a roast? Treat the family and dine in the beautiful surroundings of The Florist, Hardman Street this Sunday and tuck into rotisserie roasted meats and veggie dishes perfect for all the family. There’s hand-picked seasonal sides, delicious desserts and a kids menu too. Don’t forget to book in advance and prepare to take a million pics too! Menus and info here.