Our city has so much to offer and with so much happening this Summer, check out our top picks of events these coming months…
Soak Yourself this Summer at Wild Shore Liverpool.
This aqua park and water adventure attraction is positioned at the Albert Dock in front of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront and this year they’ll be running a series of events at Liverpool Docks. Events include and inflatable aqua park and obstacle course with free-fall slides, trampolines and rafts as well as stand-up paddle-boarding, pedalos and Mini Port boats.
We’re ready for our streets to be filled with colour! Pride in Liverpool is set for it’s return to the heart of the city this year! Pride in Liverpool is not only one of the largest UK Prides, but also one of the largest Pride festivals in Europe.
The fun festival takes place over the weekend of Saturday 30th July and celebrates LGBT culture with rainbow flags aplenty. The fun will centre around the Tithebarn Street festival hub, just a stones through from the city’s Pride Quarter and visitor attractions.
The World Museum
Discover Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder at The World Museum.
The World Museum had launched a thrilling new interactive Doctor Who exhibition from 27th May – 30th October, exploring the world of science within the Universe. Where science meets fiction. From epic monsters to costumes and props, science is brought to life exploring some of the Doctor’s many adventures and encounters through space and time.
Radical Landscapes at Tate Liverpool.
Tate Liverpool welcomed the Radical Landscapes exhibition from May 2022, exploring our collective connection to rural landscapes. From immersive installations to sumptuous paintings, it shows how artists have portrayed the British countryside as a place of mysticism, experimentation and rebellion.
Liverpool will host Britain’s biggest Brazilian-style carnival this summer as the much-loved Brazilica Festival returns with a spectacular street parade – a dazzling array of music, colour and dance! This free event will be starting at The Cambridge Pub at 7.30pm, the parade will move off from Abercromby Square and wind along Hope Street, Hardman Street, Bold Street, and Church Street, before finishing in Williamson Square.
Sefton Palm House
Family Day at Sefton Palm House
Join Sefton Palm House on Sunday 17th July for a free, all day celebration of Arab art, culture and community! With family-friendly activities and stalls featuring Arabic and Middle Eastern food, craft, clothing and celebrations
Shakespeare North Playhouse
The opening of Shakespeare North Playhouse.
Enjoy a weekend of celebrations with the opening of Shakespeare North Playhouse. A festival filled with free workshops, activities and entertainment from 16th – 17th – “This place IS YOURS so TURN UP and OWN IT” With so much amazing talent in our city – we can’t wait to visit!
Family Friendly Festival
A family friendly festival.
The UK’s favourite and largest RETRO festival comes to Liverpool. With a fabulous line-up of artists to bring you the very best of the 80s, and an action packed day of general 80s madness, there is plenty to do for everyone at this Family Friendly Festival in Wavertree Playing Fields in Liverpool
“You’ve got to SHOW ME LOVE”
Dance from 6pm until 4am in an open air Ibiza style garden on 28th August 2022 at Ten Streets Social – Liverpool.
With ultimate Ibiza vibes, cocktail and gin bar, pizza oven and bbq, live sax player and a host of Liverpool’s finest DJ’s – 10 hours of the biggest show me love anthems!
Peter Kays Dance for Life
Are you ready to dance the night away with plenty of pop, cheese and disco thrown in! After playing 4 UK arenas since 2016 and selling over 75,000 tickets, Peter Kay’s phenomenally successful Dance for Life is coming back to M&S Bank Area and raising money for Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. The arena will be transformed to accommodate enormous dance floors, ready for the arrival of DJ PK to blast all the biggest hits from the last 50 years!