32 reasons to visit Liverpool this September

Friday 26th August 2016 by BASE Serviced Apartments


It’s official, summer is over in Liverpool.

We’ve had our traditional unpredictable weather this year; from recording breaking heatwaves to raining cats and dogs, Liverpool has enjoyed the best weather and endured the worst during the 2016 summer. One thing that we can say for certain, it’s been an eventful summer.

The city has played host to a string of fantastic events over the summer as we’ve detailed in our blogs; from Africa Oye in June to Liverpool International Music Festival in July, or even International Beatleweek in August, there has been no shortage of amazing events in Liverpool this summer.

Which is why it’s comes a huge surprise that September is looking to be possibly the most exciting month yet for Liverpool based events.

With the summer moving in to autumn, you would be mistaken for thinking that things will be calming down in Liverpool, if anything, things are just heating up!

We’re guilty of often stating that there is something for everyone in Liverpool (which in our defence, there usually is!) but for September, there truly is something for everyone. You will be hard pushed to find something that doesn’t tick your box; all bases are covered and all interests catered for.

So whether you’ve got the travel bug after a long summer or if you are already planning you’re next city break, let Base Serviced Apartments tell you why Liverpool should be the only destination for you this September.

Here are 32 reasons to visit Liverpool this September!


Beerdfest 2016

Saturday 3rd September

Constellations, Liverpool

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Coinciding with World Beard Day is the fifth annual BeerdFest – Liverpool’s original beard and moustache contest.

Since its inception in 2012, Beerdfest has increased in popularity over the years and is even endorsed by bearded legend and patron Brian Blessed!

Along with various competitions for Liverpool’s facial hair aficionados, the popular festival will also include live music from a great line up of local talent. Beerdfest also helps raise money for various charities via donations and raffles, so it’s all for a good cause.

Taking place at Constellations within Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, the event promises beards, beer and music!

Further information can be found online.


Liverpool Whisky Festival 2016

Saturday 3rd September

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

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Liverpool Whisky Festival returns now in its 6th year having become an absolute must for whisky connoisseurs, budding or otherwise!

Once again taking place at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, you will have the chance to taste the best of home-grown whiskies from all over Scotland but also a good selection from across the world.

Brought to Liverpool courtesy of The Whisky Lounge, there will also be a selection of workshops and “under the counter” drams within the iconic surroundings of the Cathedral’s Lutyens Crypt.

For the first time, attendees are able to choose two different selections in order to reduce the crowds; an earlier session of 11am-3pm or a later session of 4pm-8pm.

Further information about Liverpool Whisky Festival can be found online.


Chas & Dave: The Full Story Live

Saturday 3rd September

St George’s Hall, Liverpool



It might be hard to believe but yes, Chas and Dave are still alive and kicking!

The pop rock duo are selling out venues across the UK following their hit album “That’s What Happens” and now are heading to Liverpool’s iconic St George’s Hall this September.

Chas & Dave are bringing their brand of feel-good “rockney” (a portmanteau of “rock” and “cockney” to Liverpool for a very special show spanning the bands entire history in a single show.

Further information can be found online.


Fusion Festival

Saturday 3rd – Sunday 4th September

Otterspool Promenade, Liverpool

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Liverpool’s music scene is about to get even bigger with the addition of Fusion Festival, a huge pop music festival relocating to the city from Birmingham for the first time.

Billed as The North West’s Ultimate Pop Festival, it’s hard to dispute the claim as Fusion Festival boasts an envious line up of chart topping favourites and crowd pleasing pop stars.

Taking place at Otterspool Promenade during the first weekend of September, this two day festival is sure to go down a storm with great names including headline performances from chart toppers Jason Derulo and Olly Murs.

On Saturday 3rd September, along with Derulo’s anticipated headline set you can catch the likes of Tinie Tempah, Labrnith, Craig David’s TS5 and this year’s Liverpool International Music Festival headliners Sigma.

While on Sunday 4th September, before watching Olly Murs wow the crowd (with his exclusive headline performance no less!) you can enjoy Busted, The Vamps, Ella Henderson and Nathan Sykes to name a few.

Gates open for Fusion Festival at 12pm and festival times are from 1pm to 10pm for both days.

This is the place to be in Liverpool if you’re a fan of pop music, make sure you don’t miss out!

Further information can be found online.


Barenaked Ladies

Wednesday 7th September

02 Academy Liverpool


Canadian rockers Barenaked Ladies head to Liverpool this September for a rare gig at the 02 Academy.

After 28 years together, over 14 million albums sold and multiple Grammy nominations, the band are still going strong.

Known for their quirky lyrics, they are perhaps best known in the UK for their hit song “One Week”, which reached no.5 in the singles charts.

Ticket information can be found online.


The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular Show

Friday 9th September

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


A fun night for all is promised when the “Purveyors of Cool” swing by Liverpool this September with their “Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular Show”.

Taking place at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, this is a celebration of the music of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr, starring live in person The Rat Pack Trio and The Rat Pack Trio Orchestra. While lending the proceedings a touch of Las Vegas glitz and glamour are The Fabulous Vegas Show Girls.

A worldwide success, the show includes such timeless classics from The Rat Pack including “Come Fly With Me”, “Under My Skin”, “That’s Amore” and “Fly Me To The Moon”.

Ticket information can be found online.


The Enemy – Farewell Tour

Friday 9th September

02 Academy Liverpool


One of Britain’s most beloved Indie rock bands, The Enemy have decided to call it a day after wrapping up one final tour.

After ten years, three top 10 albums and having shared the stage with everyone from The Rolling Stones to Oasis, it’s time to join the lads for one final hurrah with their last ever live performance in Liverpool.

This looks set to be one of the most popular gigs in Liverpool during September, so make sure you get your ticket while you can!

Further information can be found online.


Kryptk End of Summer Beach Party

Friday 9th September (4pm-11pm)

Bubble’s Beach Club, Liverpool


Hoping to send off the summer with a bang in Liverpool are club night providers Kryptk with their takeover of one of the city centre’s newest venues, Bubbles Beach Club.

Kryptk End of Summer Beach Party will usher in the end of the summer with the best house music, in great luxurious settings, situated on the Pier Head.

Let’s hope there is weather to match the vibes!

Information regarding tickets for the event can be found online.


The Curve Fashion Festival

Saturday 10th September

Exhibition Centre Liverpool

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The Curve Fashion Festival is the UK’s largest Plus Size event and will be coming to Exhibiton Centre in Liverpool this September.

Working in partnership with Look, Britian’s number one selling fashion magazine, Curve will showcase the very best in plus size fashion with the biggest and best names on the high street and online all having a presence at the show.

The plus size fashion event will also feature fashion shows, industry seminars and celebrity meet and greets. Curve has also bolstered it’s celebrity appearances for 2016. with the likes of Hayley Hasselhoff, Gemma Collins, Holly Hagan, Gemma Sheppard, Chanelle Hayes and Googlebox’s Sandi & Sandra all confirmed to take part in this years festival.

A new feature for 2016 is the brand new VIP lounge sponsored by navabi, where VIP ticket holders can enjoy exclusive access to the lounge and receive priority seating for all Catwalk and Fashion events during the festival, as well goody bags and complimentary beauty treatments.

Now it’s second year following a very successful inaugural debut in Manchester last year with attendance exceeding around 1110 women, Curve Fashion Festival is your one stop in Liverpool to Shop Til You Drop!

Further information can be found online.


Cage Warriors

Saturday 10th September

Echo Arena, Liverpool

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Making its long awaited return to Liverpool this September is “Cage Warriors” – an action packed night of top European MMA action.

Taking place once again at the Echo Arena, the top of the card will feature two of the country’s most exciting mixed martial artists with newly crowned Lightweight Champion Chris Fishgold and featherweight Paddy Pimblett.

Both Liverpool natives, Fishgold will be defending his title while Pimblett will be looking to continue his impressive seven-fight winning streak all in front of their home town crowd.

With both fighters reportedly on the cusp of competing at an international level, this could be the last time audiences see them compete in Liverpool for some time making this event a must for MMA fans!

Further information can be found online.


The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club

Saturday 10th September

Camp and Furnace, Liverpool


Liverpool legend Craig Charles is once again bringing his Funk & Soul Club to Camp and Furnance this September.

The actor perhaps known for his stints on Red Dwarf, Coronation Street and presenting Robot Wars, doubles as a DJ in his spare time and has gained quite the reputation for his feel good funk and soul sets.

Accompanied with a stellar live and DJ line up, this event is a must for your weekend if you happen to be staying in Liverpool during September.

Further information can be found online.


The Liverpool Wedding Show

Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September

Exhibition Centre, Liverpool

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The region’s largest wedding show, The Liverpool Wedding Show is returning to Exhibition Centre in Liverpool this September.

Now in its 7th year, this prestigious wedding show brings together over 150 leading local, national and international wedding suppliers, all under one roof, to ensure that all desires and preferences are catered for.

From bridal wear and entertainment to catering and honeymoon destinations; the show will be jam packed full of various different categories, special promotions and exclusive discounts for attendees to take advantage of.

Brought to you by Bliss Wedding Shows, The Liverpool Wedding Show also offers the most exciting and spectacular catwalk shows found in the UK, with professional choreography and dancers showcasing the latest 2016 designs in occasionwear.

The Liverpool Wedding Show also offers attendees not one, but two lounges to enjoy in form of the Palm Sugar Live Lounge and The VIP Lounge. The Live Lounge is ideal to sit back and relax while you enjoy a cocktail and listen to the leading wedding singers and bands perform live. Or why not upgrade to the VIP Lounge on board a double decker bar bus and enjoy a glass of bubble in the VIP garden before being escorted to a reserved front row seat at the catwalk show of your choice.

Not a bad way to spend a weekend!

Further information can be found online.



Pirates on the Dock

Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September

Albert Dock, Liverpool

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The family-fun event formerly known as Liverpool Pirate Festival returns to Albert Dock this September with a brand new name and vision.

Pirates on the Dock will bring live action under sail and breath-taking stunts, interwoven with local folklore and the fascinating heritage of Liverpool privateers who once plundered the seven seas,=.

This much-loved event is free to attend and invites families to experience all the theatrical, swashbuckling live action drama unfold, including a spectacular ship-to-ship pirate battle across the iconic Albert Dock.

For 2016, attendees can witness the all new Pirates and Mermaid parade; a chance for budding buccaneers and wannabe mythical creatures of all ages to get involved. Inspired by the legendary Coney Island Mermaid Parade in America, this looks to be one of the highlights of the new-look Pirates on the Dock festival.

Further information is available online.


Artisans at Calderstones Park – Heritage Open Days

Saturday 10th  – Sunday 11th September

Calderstones Park, Liverpool

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An alternative to Pirates on the Dock taking place on the same weekend is Open Heritage Days at Calderstones Park.

Hosted by The Artisan Network, a truly fabulous weekend is promised with the best makers of the highest quality items and products, world foods prepared by passionate chefs, music, games, rides, workshops and much more.

We’ve previously highlighted Calderstones Park in a previous blog about summer in Liverpool, so past readers will be no stranger to the park’s tranquility.

Promoted and supported by the National Trust, Heritage Days allows you to experience great family fun while exploring the serene and picturesque surroundings found in Calderstones Park.

The event is also free to attend and dogs are welcome.

Further information is available online.


Daniel O’ Donnell

Monday 12th September

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


Coming to Liverpool this September is Irish “cultural icon” Daniel O’Donnell.

During his astounding twenty five year career, O’Donnell has achieved success both home and abroad with his mix of country and Irish folk music. He also became the first artist to have a different album in the British album charts every year for 25 consecutive years – an amazing achievement and a testament to his popularity

O’Donnell will bring his Irish charm to a Liverpool this coming month as he once again takes the stage at the Philharmonic Hall.

Ticket information can be found online.


Chicago – The Musical

Monday 12th – Saturday 17th September

Liverpool Empire Theatre


The first of two musicals returning to Liverpool this September is the award winning smash hit Chicago.

Based on real life events during the 1920’s, it tells the story of nightclub singer Roxie Hart who shoots her lover along with cell block rival and double-murderess Velma Kelly, as they fight to be sent to death row with the help of smooth talking lawyer, Billy Flynn.

With a sassy score including “All That Jazz” and “Razzle Dazzle”, the multi-award winning musical promises an evening not to be missed at Liverpool Empire Theatre.

Further information about the show can be found online.


Sue Perkins Live! In Spectacles

Tuesday 13th September

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


Beloved comedian Sue Perkins heads to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this September for a rare evening with the women herself, up and close and in person.

Best known for being one quarter of double act Mel and Sue, this promises to be a jam packed evening full of wit, great stories and the best bits from her hilarious best-selling memoir Spectacles.

Along with her comedic partner, Sue Perkins is also a presenter on the hit show “The Great British Break Off”; no doubt she will share one or two tales about the much loved baking competition on the night!

Further information about the event can be found online.


Purple Rain: A Celebration of Prince

Thursday 15th September

Friday 16th September (SOLD OUT)

The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool


Following his tragic passing earlier this year, bonafide pop legend Prince will be receiving a very special Liverpool tribute show courtesy of 8 piece live band Purple Rain.

The ultimate tribute to an artist who dominated the charts for over three decades and influenced countless others, this 8 piece band will delivering a non-stop hit packed show spanning more than two hours at the Epstein Theatre.

With the Friday show selling out in record time, a second show has been added due to overwhelming popular demand. If you are visiting Liverpool this September, make sure you catch this highlight anticipated tribute event.

Further information can be found online.


Gary Numan

Friday 16th September

Liverpool Olympia


80’s legend Gary Numan is heading to Liverpool this September for what looks to be a very special show.

Following the success of his Sold-Out London residence last October and the sold out Manchester & Cork shows, Numan is back with a new UK tour which will see him play a set compromising of material from albums “Replicas”, “The Pleasure Principle” and “Telekon”.

Most recognisable for his hit songs “Cars” and “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?”, Gary Numan is considered a pioneer of commercial electronic music and his influenced a string of contemporary musicians from Jack Whiate of the White Stripes to Kayne West.

Further information about Numan’s Liverpool show can be found online.


Nathan Carter
Friday 16th September

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall



A Liverpool native and Irish household name, country singer Nathan Carter is set for a Philharmonic Hall performance this November.

Born and raised in Liverpool, Carter grew up in a family with strong Irish roots which has helped inspire his own brand of country and Irish music – earning him legions of fans.

One of the biggest contemporary stars of his genre, this is a great opportunity to see a performer in his prime!

Ticket information is available online.


Liverpool Comedy Festival 2016

Friday 16th September – Sunday 2nd October

Various locations

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Back for an impressive 14th  year is the Liverpool Comedy Festival  – bringing world-class comedy to Liverpool for an action packed two weeks.

Powered by The Comedy Trust, top comedians from across the UK will descend on Liverpool, accompanied by the best home-grown Scouse talent for a side-splitting fortnight of entertainment.

Expect over 100 shows in 25 venues across Liverpool City Centre and Merseyside with shows confirmed at great venues like St George’s Hall, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, as well as traditional comedy venues in the city such as the Hot Water Comedy Club and Laughterhouse Comedy.

Notably highlights from this year’s programmed include a headline set from Romesh Ranganathan (who sold out a Liverpool show earlier this year) and the #JCFPM (Jeremy Corbyn for PM) tour – a night of stand up to coincide with the Labour Party Conference at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool.

Further information, including a full list of events for Liverpool Comedy Festival 2016, can be found online.



Liverpool Food and Drink Festival 

Saturday 17th – Sunday 18th September

Sefton Park, Liverpool

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Liverpool Food and Drink Festival is an annual large-scale event that champions the city region’s exceptional food and drink scene.

Held in the picturesque surroundings of Sefton Park, the festival attracted over 45,000 visitors in 2015, and this September, in its ninth year, includes an impressive mix of chef demonstrations, masterclasses, themed dining areas, live music and a chance to sample some of the region’s finest flavours.

Great British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain will guest on festival Saturday, hosting baking demonstrations where she will share her cookery tips and give advice, as well as signing copies of her latest book.

Festival-goers will enjoy a new event format also, with the site divided into a series of clearly defined zones, grouping together producers, brands and food genres that complement each other such as seafood and fizz, and artisan pizzas paired with craft beers – as well as stand-alone favourites including street food, chocolate and spirits.

Additional zones will include a Kids Village where junior foodies will have a range of activities to keep them entertained, from arts and crafts to food-based fun. The Market is one of the most popular areas of the festival – in its avenues visitors can buy ingredients including fresh produce, as well as books and kitchen gadgets.

New for 2016, the Good Life area, focuses on all things natural, as well as ‘free-from’ and health industry innovations. The Healthy Living stage will include demos and Q&As hosted by chefs, focusing on the art of eating clean and living a balanced lifestyle.

Bringing their A-game to the park are Liverpool’s numerous bars and restaurants, who come together to create one of the liveliest and largest food courts in the North. Cooking up a storm with a whole variety of sights, sounds and mouth-watering aromas, they’ll be showcasing their menus as well as signature dishes.

Further information, including ticket prices, can be found online.


Artisans at Croxteth Hall – Heritage Open Day

Saturday 17th – Sunday 18th Sepetmber

Croxteth Park, Liverpool


Liverpool’s second Heritage Days event of the month will take place at Croxteth Park.

The Artisan Network invites members of the public to enjoy a great weekend of attractions and stalls on the grounds of Croxteth Hall Estate – one of the cities hidden jewels.

Much like the Calderstones Park event detailed earlier in this blog, this is open to everyone to attend and dogs are welcome.

Further information can be found online.


Blood Brothers – The Musical

Monday 19th September – Saturday 1st October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


Returning to the Empire Theatre this September is hit musical Blood Brothers – affectionately christened the “Standing Ovation Musical” such is its popularity.

Set in Willy Russell’s native Liverpool, Blood Brothers tells the captivating tale of twin boys, separated at birth only to be reunited by a twist of fate and a mother’s haunting secret.

This international smash hit musical has a cult following with Liverpool audiences due in no short part to it’s connection with the city itself.

Few musicals have received quite such acclaim as Blood Brothers with Bill Kenwright’s production surpassing 10,000 performances in London’s West End, one of just three musicals to achieve such a milestone.

With a superb score including Bright New Day, Marilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged Tell Me It’s Not True, Blood Brothers is a must should you be visiting Liverpool this September.

Further information can be found online.



Tuesday 20th September

The Magnet, Liverpool


Having featured on Base Serviced Apartments blogs more than once during 2016, local rising star XamVolo is finally heading out on his own this September.

The London native has embedded himself with the Liverpool music scene with his unique take on jazz and soul, with performances notable at Liverpool Sound City, Mersey River Festival, Africa Oye and Liverpool International Music Festival in this year alone.

Now the enigmatic musician has a much deserved headline show at The Magnet this September – a perfect venue to catch one of the industry’s up and coming stars before anyone else.

Ticket information can be found online.


Liverpool Oktoberfest 2016

Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th September

Pier Head, Liverpool



Fans of great German beer and all things Bavarian will be spoilt for choice this year as Liverpool will be hosting two separate Oktoberfest’s in the city centre, at the same time!

First up we have the returning Liverpool Oktoberfest, bringing all of the authentic German beer, food and entertainment found at Munich’s Oktoberfest to a giant tent in the heart of Liverpool City Centre.

Coming off the back of a very successful inaugural launch in 2015 (which we did a blog about last year) Liverpool Oktoberfest now has a new home in the Pier Head and to top it off, organisers have promised cheaper prices for drinks admitting they had charged “London prices” at last years event.

Entrance is free Thursday and Sunday, while Friday is only £5 and Saturday has an option of a afternoon or evening shift each with a £10 admission fee. Alternatively, Liverpool Oktoberfest offers a package that comes with food, beer and seat reservation starting at £13.50 per person.

Further information can be found online.



Independent Liverpool Oktoberfest

Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th September

The Great Baltic Warehouse, Liverpool



While Independent Liverpool promises “Steins, Brines and Bloody Good Times” with their very own Oktoberfest taking place in the Great Baltic Warehouse, situated within Liverpool’s buzzing Baltic Triangle area.

Expect the best of Liverpool and Germany under one roof, from Berlin to Bootle or from Stuggart to Smithdown Road, local craft breweries and food traders will be showcased side by side along the more traditional German beers and cuisine.

No stranger to hosting fabulous soirees (much like their Mardi Gras Food and Drink festival as previewed in our July preview blog), should you want the Oktoberfest experience but fancy something a little different, then this should definitely be the place you need to be come September.

Whichever Oktoberfest event you decide, it’s obvious that the city of Liverpool is the clear winner here!

Further information about the event is available online.


Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia

Friday 23rd– Saturday 24th September

Various locations within the Baltic Triangle

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Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia returns this September to the Baltic Triangle area of the city.

A pan-continental celebration of audio-futurists, operating at the bleeding edge of today’s psychedelic renaissance, this interstellar soiree will take over great forward thinking venues in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle area including Camp and Furnace, Blade Factory and District.

The festival was lauded across its first three installments (2012-2014) for its unique take on a thoroughly modern, psychedelic condition and has continued to gather buzz in subsequent years.

With acts such as Super Furry Animals, The Horrors and Acid Mother Temple confirmed at this year’s event, this looks to be one of September’s most intriguing events.

Further information about Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia can be found online.


Viva Hypnosis

Saturday 24th September

The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool

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After a successful debut last year, The Epstein Theatre will welcome back the UK’s first and only full production interactive hypnosis show this September.

World renowned comedy hypnosis Simon Warner brings Viva Hypnosis to a Liverpool stage once again with his jaw-dropping immersive, fast-paced and energetic event complete with music, dance and visuals.

Audience members are invited to sit back and enjoy the show or dare to be a volunteer and revel at being the star for the evening; this is a hypnosis show like no other!

Further information about the show can be found online.


St George’s Hall Beer Festival

Thursday 29th September – Saturday 1st October

St George’s Hall, Liverpool

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Liverpool Organic Brewery returns to St George’s Hall for their famous and popular beer festival, with up to 200 real ales and ciders from over 100 UK producers.

A must attend events for real ale enthusiasts, St George’s Hall Beer Festival will also offer an envious selection of continental beers and larges, as well as wines and local food.

Tickets range from just £7.00 to £9.00 per session.

Further information about the festival can be found online.


Circus Zyair

Thursday 29th September – Tuesday 4th October

North Park, Bootle


Something a little different to see out September in Liverpool is Circus Zyair.

Taking place at North Park in Bootle, Circus Zyair is billed to offer a colourful and action packed show with high octane acts from all corners of the world.

With a heated big top, comfy seats and captivating atmosphere from the word go, this looks to be a magical experience for all the family.

Ticket information for the circus can be found online.


The Zutons

Friday 30th September

Liverpool University Guild of Students (Mountford Hall & Stanley Theatre)


And finally, reunited for a very special one-off gig to commemorate the late Kristian Ealey are Liverpool’s hometown heroes The Zutons.

Featuring the original line up of the much beloved indie band, The Zutons have come back together to pay tribute to Ealey, a start of television soap operas who dies unexpectedly earlier this year.

Perhaps best known for their top 10 hit “Valerie” (which would later be famously covered by Amy Winehouse & Mark Ronson), The Zutons will be live once again at Liverpool Guild of Students this September – this looks to be a very special evening, make sure you don’t miss out!

Ticket information can be found online.


Now that’s an action packed September!

So what are you waiting for, book your next city break to Liverpool with Base Serviced Apartments!

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