What to do in Liverpool this summer 2018?

Here are great tips and places to know if you want to be part of Liverpool this summer.

- Liverpool is home of the Beatles

You can’t come to Liverpool and not visit the legendary cellar that has seen seven incredible decades of music (including The Beatles first performance on 9th February 1961).

The Cavern Club is still the beating heart of Liverpool Beatle-Mecca of Mathew Street

Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road will allow you to explore where the boys met, composed and rehearsed many of their earliest songs.

The Liverpool music scene also includes the world-class Echo Arena Liverpool on the waterfront, which has attracted massive names like Bob Dylan, Beyonce and Dame Shirley Bassey in the past.

- Liverpool is a multicultural city

Liverpool is a multicultural place. Liverpool was named the capital of culture in 2008. You can meet people from all around the world: European, Indian, Asian, African…

Meet up: ( is very popular here. It helps people from different background to meet and get together around some drinks in a pub and talk different languages.

It will not take you long to make new friends from all around the world.

- Liverpool a city that lives!

Liverpool is a cheap place to live. Going out in Liverpool doesn’t cost that much in comparison to Oxford, Cambridge, Manchester or London( incredibly expensive)

Also, there is always something to keep you busy during the weekend. During the summer Liverpool will be full of events and cool places to hang out.


Taking place over 2 days, the festival will play host to a plethora of live music, DJs & Selectas, dub sound systems, food & drink, a record fair, pop-up stalls, a Q&A session, an art exhibition

AFRICAN OYE: (16 June 2018 - 17 June 2018)

The UK's largest free celebration of African Music and culture

The festival is more than just music though. It's a treat for all five sense. Smell and taste the culinary delights of Africa, get involved in arts and crafts, feel amazing in the fashion of Africa and beyond with over 40 stalls to explore.

KATY PERRY is coming to Liverpool at the echo arena (21 June 2018)

LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL: (14 July 2018 - 28 October 2018)

Over the past two decades the UK’s largest celebration of contemporary art has commissioned more than 300 new artworks of all shapes and sizes, and shown pieces by over 400 artists from across the globe.


It is a celebration of the city’s rich musical history, diversity and continued relevance. Performers will include The Vryll Society, Trudy And The Romance, Zuzu, Jalen N’Gonda, Haarm, Queen Zee, Sub Blue, Astles, Spinn, TV ME, Pale Rider, Neil Noa, and many more…

LIVERPOOL PRIDE 2018 (28 July 2018 - 29 July 2018)

INTERNATIONAL BEATLEWEEK 2018 (22 August 2018 - 28 August 2018)

There is so much to do and see that you don’t need to be a Beatle fan to enjoy the festival, though it probably helps! This is truly an international event with 70 bands from over 20 countries

FOLK ON THE DOCK:(25 August 2018 - 27 August 2018)

The event welcomed over 100 folk, roots and sea shanty acts making almost 450 performers


Incredible finds from one of the world’s greatest archaeological discoveries is on display in Liverpool, in a cultural coup of immense proportions. China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors is coming to the city’s World Museum from 9 February to 28 October 2018,

- Liverpool is the place to go out:

The vibration of Liverpool is like none other. Liverpool offers you great places to go out and enjoy some delicious food and drinks. Here’s some places you’re going to want to call home this summer. Always remember; drink responsibly with irresponsible people:

BOTANICAL GARDEN: Gin, summer and plants make this secret urban wonderland the quintessential British garden but believe us, it is not what you expect

THE PEN FACTORY: The interesting name is a nod to the ancestry of the building as it was once, you guessed it, a pen factory. 

YE CRACKE: a popular pub located on Rice Street, just off Hope Street with tonnes of history.

MATOU: Airy, polished setting with floor to ceiling windows and waterfront terrace with delicious Pan Asian cuisine, what more could you want?

THE PUMPHOUSE: The Dock’s former pumphouse was built in 1870, and has been lovingly restored as a cosy traditional British pub, renamed The Pump House.

KAZIMIER GARDENS: One step into the gardens and it feels as if you’ve stumbled upon some sort of secret paradise.

GOODNESS GRACIOUS ROOF GARDEN: Arguably one of the most beautiful spaces in Liverpool to get a drink. On the rooftop of Oh Me Oh My, the whole building is a secret.

CONSTELLATIONS: Constellations is a multifaceted venue space that tries to encompass everything the Baltic represents in a few hundred square feet. 

HUS: From the same chaps behind The Baltic Social, HUS was born after spending time in Stockholm and Copenhagen and basically falling in love with the eating and drinking scene over there.

And the “cherry on the cake” you can benefit from discounts and deals at some of Liverpool’s best independents by visit the website Liverpool Independent:

They are doing a special card deal for just one week. For just £10 for one (usually £15) or £15 for two (usually £20) you can eat, drink and shop at some of the city’s best independents and save some money a long the way.

See you around!

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