Liverpool 2023

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live

The newly launched Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Glow Party will light up M&S Bank Arena on January 21st & 22nd.

The Grand National

The Grand National is back from Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th April.

Liverpool is set to host Eurovision Song Contest 2023

The city is playing host for Eurovision on behalf of Ukraine, with the Semi-Finals on 9th and 11th May and the Grand Final will take place on 13th May.

 On The Waterfront is back at the Pier Head

On The Waterfront will be back at the Pier Head in front of the iconic Three Graces. The show will run Thursday 29th June to Saturday 1st July.

 The 151st Open beings 16th July at Royal Liverpool, Hoylake

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Liverpool 2022

2022 will see Liverpool host a number of large events at the arena and convention centre and our wonderful museums will be holding some very exciting new art displays and exhibits.

Liverpool 2021

Despite the pandemic Liverpool continued to grow and saw the opening of new hotel, restaurants, bars and attractions.

Liverpool 2020

During the pandemic Liverpool saw a lot of its events cancelled, but a lot of businesses managed to change and grow during these unpresidented times. The resilience of the people of Liverpool shone through.

Liverpool 2019

Some of things in store for Liverpool in 2019;

  • The Royal Liver Building, who shares the same architect as Tower Building is to open a brand new 360 Tour and Experience in Spring 2019.

  • The Randox Health Grand National Festival is back in Liverpool at Aintree Racecourse on 4-6 April 2019.

  • Liverpool Sound City is returning to the trendy Baltic Triangle on the 3rd to 5th May 2019 with another exciting line up of music and conferences.

  • LightNight is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with another evening showcasing the best of Liverpool’s arts and culture. Friday 17th May.

  • The Bordeaux Wine Festival will be back this year at the Pier Head. The festival will take place on May 31st to June 2nd 2019.

  • The Feis Music Festival is back to Liverpool Pier Head on Saturday 6th July 2019 for a celebration of Liverpool’s Irish heritage.

  • Liverpool International Music Festival is back in 2019 on 20-21 July for another weekend of unforgettable music.

  • Brazilica Festival across the city 23th to 14th July 2019

  • International Beatleweek being held in various locations 21 August 2019 – 27 August 2019+

Liverpool 2018

This year will see a number of major projects come to Liverpool to mark 10 years since being named the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Some of this years programmes have already been announced including;

  • China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors – coming to the UK for the first time in a generation
  • The Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta linking Liverpool, Dublin and Bordeaux on 25 – 28 May
  • The finale of the Clipper Around the World Yacht Race which is set to race back onto the Mersey in late July
  • The Clothes Show which returns to the city for a second year from 19-21 October
  • Tate Liverpool’s 30th anniversary programme including an Egon Schiele retrospective
  • Liverpool Biennial’s 10th edition presenting leading visual artists from across the world takes place over 15 weeks
  • Rewire – A major new art and technology commission led by FACT with Invisible Flock, working with artists from across the globe and communities in Toxteth

Liverpool 2017

Fifty events will take place to mark Liverpool’s part in the Summer of Love of 1967 – one of the defining moments in culture and creativity. Organisations across the city, including The Bluecoat, will be getting involved in the theme, which will run from May to August.

Liverpool 2016

This year will see the second International Festival for Business, taking place in Liverpool, UK in 2016, will be a truly global gathering of international reach and significance.

Over three weeks in June, IFB 2016 will welcome the world’s smartest business leaders and thousands of international business delegates. It will be a meeting place for those wishing to reach new markets, to forge new connections and to secure new customers from key markets around the globe.

Liverpool 2015

This year the Cunard celebrations will see the 3 Queens in the Mersey and the opening of the new RIBA North exhibition centre at Mann Island.


Liverpool 2014

This year see’s Liverpool marking the centenary of world war 1 with the Giants revisiting the city. The city will be holding the International Festival of Business, International Music Festival and Liverpool Comedy Festival. Plus lots of fantastic cruises boarding from Liverpool.

Liverpool 2013

This year Liverpool will be holding the Liverpool International Music Festival. This new festival transforms three of Liverpool’s beautiful bandstands into exciting performance venues; showcasing Liverpool’s individuality and the quality of artistic talent in the region. The LIMF bandstand stages will be in Sefton Park, Stanley Park and Williamson Square across July, August and September.

Liverpool 2012

This year has seen Liverpool mark the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic with some great exhibitions as well as the amazing Sea Odyssey- The three giants spectacular.

Liverpool 2011

Readers of Conde Nast Traveller voted Liverpool “the UKs most friendliest city” for the second year running and also recognised it as a place that offers best value for money.  The 2011 awards also maintained Liverpool’s position as the 4th Favourite UK City for the second successive year, ranking only behind London, Edinburgh and Bath.

Liverpool 2010

2010 see’s the Liverpool Biennial: International which is the largest contemporary visual arts event in the UK. Every two years the city of Liverpool comes alive with a wealth of new and exciting artworks; sometimes in galleries (including Tate Liverpool) and always in more surprising, public places throughout the city.

Liverpool 2009

January saw the ‘Transition’ of Liverpool’s 08 Year of Culture to its 09 Year of the Environment. The Capital Of Culture has left Liverpool with a fantastic legacy, along with its wonderful architecture, history, nightlife, shopping and untold business opportunities this will ensure that what was achieved in 2008 will continue through 2009 and beyond.

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