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International BeatleWeek 26th –1st September 2020

The Beatles were important because they challenged and raised up the scenes around them. Coupled with the in-house songwriting (and quality, meaningful songwriting too!) and the adaptation with culture and different genres, they did so much to advance pop/rock/psychedelic music in their time.
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River Of Light Returns Between 1st-9th November 2019

With the fireworks and 10 specially commissioned light installations heading to Liverpool for the week, it’s the perfect opportunity to get the whole family down for a weekend of fun in the city.

Bordeaux Wine Festival Returns To Liverpool Waters

Liverpool is set to welcome the return of the award-winning Bordeaux Wine Festival this summer. The event, which made its debut last year, returns to the waterfront from Friday, May 31 to Sunday, June 2

Liverpool's Spectacular River Festival Set To Make A Return 1st-2nd June

The River Festival is back on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June! This maritime event will cover Pier Head, Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, Salthouse Dock, the paved area of The Strand and Mann Island with a whole raft of free family friendly activities.

Liverpool's Waterfront gearing up for Red Bull Drift Shifters

Red Bull Drift Shifters – arguably one of the biggest, loudest and most precise motorsport events to ever hit the UK – is coming to Liverpool this summer.

Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art

Art will officially take over Liverpool with a full fifteen weeks of extraordinary exhibitions and events across 20 sites across the city to celebrate the 10th edition of Liverpool Biennial.

Liverpool the perfect place to host International Business Festival

Liverpool was made for business. Liverpool is a city that shines. It’s a lively place where the people have a true entrepreneurial spirit as famous as the warmth of their welcome.

Famous "Tall Giants" return for the Liverpool Biennial

Giant puppets which draws tens of thousands of people to Liverpool are set to make a return, the city's mayor has revealed.

International Tall Ships on Liverpool Waters

The international fleet of Tall Ships continues to make its triumphant return to Liverpool waters. This year marked the fifth time Liverpool has hosted these historic vessels and during Capital of Culture year an estimated one million people packed the banks of the river to catch a glimpse of the parade of sail.

Liverpool Waters turns in to The Bordeaux International Wine Festival

A Wine Festival and a Waterfront – A match made in heaven. “Give me books, French wine, fruit, fine weather, and a little music played out of doors by somebody I do not know.” - John Keats