48 amazing reasons to visit Liverpool this October

Tuesday 27th September 2016 by BASE Serviced Apartments


We said in last month’s preview blog that September looked to be the most exciting month yet for Liverpool in 2016.

We were wrong.

Liverpool may have been bursting with fantastic events during September, but October might just have it beat.

There’s so much to see and do over the next few weeks in Liverpool City Centre and beyond. From spooky raves at abandoned asylums to bringing Día de los Muertos to Liverpool or from commemorating the cities Irish heritage and Europe’s largest indoor winter music festival to a special celebration of all things Disco in the heart of the city – October presents an eclectic collection of reasons as to why you be visiting this world class metropolitan city.

Base Serviced Apartments has managed to pick the best (of what it is admittedly a huge bunch) for our biggest preview blog yet.

So without further adieu, here are “48 amazing reasons to visit Liverpool this October”.


Farmageddon 2016

Saturday 1st October – Monday 31st October

Farmer Ted’s, Orsmkirk


Celebrating 10 years of terror this October is Farmageddon, the North West’s premier Halloween attraction.

The biggest fright night of the year will run throughout October promising visitors a shockingly fun evening.

While the event doesn’t take place in Liverpool, it’s a popular event with locals in the city nevertheless, in addition to the thousands that flock to Farmer Ted’s every year. Such a reputation more than warrants an inclusion for our October Preview.

Featuring interactive zones for visitors to explore (each with their own theme), zombie paintballing and cast of Ghoulies and nasties ready to scare the pants off you; we’d argue that you would struggle to find a better way to get your thrills this October!

We previously mentioned Farmageddon in our Halloween blog last year, be sure to see them featured again in the 2016 preview!

Further information about this year’s Farmageddon is available online.



King of Pop

Saturday 1st October

Liverpool Echo Arena


King of Pop looks to get October off to a flying start when the UK tour stops off at Liverpool Echo Arena.

Get ready for an incredible production staring the world’s leading Michael Jackson tribute artist Navi, the man infamously handpicked by MJ himself!

Audiences will be blown away by this special concert featuring all of the greatest hits and a live band, which will be lead by Michael Jackson’s original lead guitarist – Jennifer Batten.

Ticket information is available online.



The Simon & Garfunkel Story

Sunday 2nd October

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


The UK’s biggest and most successful Simon & Garfunkel theatre show will be heading to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this October.

Featuring a full talented cast of actors and musicians, “The Simon and Garfunkel Story” retells the story of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, spanning the world famous duo’s entire career.

The Show features original film footage alongside a full live band performing all the greatest hits like “Sound of Silence”, “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and “Mrs Robinson” to name a few.

Ticket information is available online.



One Night of Elvis: Lee ‘Memphis’ King 

Sunday 2nd October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


Spend a night in the company of the King, as one of the most talented Elvis Presley Tribute artists comes to Liverpool Empire Theatre.

Lee Memphis King has achieved significant success with Elvis connoisseurs across the globe and will be bringing his “One Night of Elvis” show one of Liverpool’s most prestigious theatres this October.

Alongside his acclaimed house band, “One Night of Elvis” looks to provide a memorable show for Liverpool audiences and reignite the memory of one of the all time greats – Elvis Presley.

Ticket information is available online.



Elaine Page 

Thursday 6th October

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


The First Lady of Musical Theatre will be gracing Liverpool audiences with a “Stripped Back” celebration of her favourite tracks.

Elaine Page is a household name across the world, famed for her major contribution to the modern musical industry, not to mention winning numerous awards and achieving universal critical acclaim in the process.

Miss Page will be live at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this October.

Ticket information is available online.



Ministry of Science – Live

Friday 7th October

Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park


Ministry of Science promises a live science show that will be: 100% Educational, 200% Anarchic, 300% Explosive & 400% Fun!

Not your usual science show, Ministry Of Science Live will heading to Knowsley with a bang this October, exciting audiences young and old with a touch of anarchic fun, as well as teaching them a thing or two.

This family friendly event has everything from hovercraft’s to human cannons and hydrogen bottle rockets; fingers in ears are advised.

Further information about Ministry of Science Live can be found online.



A Kind of Magic

Saturday 8th October

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


The first of many Queen themed shows taking place in Liverpool this October is “A Kind of Magic”

This larger than life production brings the music of Queen to life through a sensational full orchestra and singers from the West End International Company at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.

As this year would have been the 70th birthday of frontman Freddie Mercury, the show promises to be a fitting tribute to the legendary singer.

Further information is available online.



BBC Radio 1XTRA Live 

Saturday 8th October

Liverpool Echo Arena


BBC Radio 1Xtra are bringing their flagship event to Liverpool this October, celebrating the best in urban music.

Hosted by the 1Xtra DJ family, BBC Radio 1Xtra Live  has an unrivalled reputation for featuring some of the biggest UK and international names on the same stage.

This year’s lineup features: Stromzy, Damien Marley, Desiigner, Giggs, Lady Leshuur, Sean Paul & Wretch 32.

Now in it’s ninth year, 1Xtra Live will be looking to give audiences of all ages at Liverpool Echo Arena one hell of a night to remember.

Further information about BBC Radio 1Xtra Live can be found online.



Liverpool Soulfest 2016 

Saturday 8th October

Arts Club, Liverpool


Liverpool SoulFest will be back for a second year this October.

Soul Inspired Events will be taking over one of the city’s fastest rising music venues in the Arts Club for a celebration of Soul culture and of course, music.

SoulFest 2016 will be headlined by Lemar, one of Britain’s most success soul artists, while featuring other artists throughout the day. Once the live music finishes, the auditorium will be transformed into an after hours party for those who want to stay on board the soul train and keep the good times going.

Across the weekend, there will be smaller, specially commissioned events across Liverpool. Further information about SoulFest can be found online.

Further information is available online.



Sunday 9th October

02 Academy Liverpool


Legendary pop band UB40 will be bringing their brand of enthused dub reggae to Liverpool’s 02 Academy this October.

One of the most ethnically diverse bands in pop music, the band has featured musicians of English, Scottish, Irish, Yemeni and Jamaican parentage.

The Birmingham natives will be performing singles across their five decade long career, including fan favourite:”Red Red Wine”.

Ticket information is available online.



Explosions in the Sky

Sunday 9th October

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


Bringing an eclectic mix of shoe-gaze, noise and Ambient folk to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall  is Explosions In The Sky.

The American instrumental post-rock band has gained a strong reputation for their mesmering live shows over the years, along with a string of successful albums and most recently, dipping their toes into film scores.

Embarking on a world tour in support of their latest album The Wilderness, this is one live experience you can’t afford to miss.

Ticket information is available online.


Level 42 

Monday 10th October

Liverpool Philharomic Hall


Internationally popular Brit-funk band, Level 42 are heading to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. this October.

Best known for their hits “Lessons in Love” and “Something About You”, the Isle Of Wight natives will be looking to recapture their 80’s glory years, bringing with them a catchy mix of pop rock and jazz funk.

While the band has had a series of line up changes over the years, they still achieve a loyal following and praise particularly for the skill of their bass player Mark “Thunderthumbs” King.

Ticket information is available online.



Sister Act – The Musical  

Monday 10th –  Saturday 15th October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


The Broadway and West End smash hit musical comedy Sister Act, is heading to Liverpool this October as part of a brand new UK tour.

Based on the hit movie of the same name, this new production will be directed by Craig Revel Horwood and stars Alexandra Burke in the role made famous by Whoopi Goldberg.

The show looks like it will live up to the hype as the funniest and funkiest musical around.

Don’t miss out on Sister Act when it comes to Liverpool Empire Theatre this month.

Ticket information is available online.



All Saints 

Tuesday 11th October

02 Academy Liverpool


Fans of late nighties/early noughties girl band’s rejoice, All Saints are back and they’re heading to Liverpool this October!

The English-Canadian girl group achieved various successes during the peak years of the career, while the private lives of the Appleton Sisters infamously becoming regular staples of British tabloid newspapers.

Following their reunion in 2013, the group released their fourth album “Red Flag” earlier this year and will embark on a UK Tour this Autumn with a stop at Liverpool’s 02 Academy.

Ticket information is available online.



Professor Brian Cox Live

Wednedsay 12th October

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


World renowned Physicist and broadcaster, Professor Brian Cox, is touring the UK with a series of live shows during autumn 2016, with a stop at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this October.

The massive tour will find Cox ‘freewheeling on the edges of the known cosmos’ as he continues to demystify the wonders of the universe after the success of his recent BBC TV documentaries. As part of the show, Cox will be interviewed on stage by Robin Ince with whom he co-presents the Radio 4 series The Infinite Monkey Cage.

Cox, who works on the Atlas experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at Cern in Switzerland, is known for his rapturous yet straightforward accounts of science.

Further information about the event can be found online.



Jamie T  

Thursday 13th October

Liverpool Olympia


One of the UK’s rising singer-songwriters, Jamie T, will be live at Liverpool Olympia this October in support of his latest album.

Nicknamed a “one man Arctic Monkey” and regarded as one of the most distinctive voices in British music, Jamie T plays an interest fuse of genres including indie, post-punk and rap.

The five-time NME winner and Mercury nominee will be live in Liverpool coming off the release of his fourth album “Trick”.

Ticket information is available online.



Liverpool Irish Festival 2016 

Thursday 13th – Sunday 23rd October

Various locations


Liverpool Irish Festival returns for 2016 with a diverse programme of culture, performance, film, music and inspiring talks.

This year’s festival will focus on conviviality and will be presented as an opportunity to explore contemporary and traditional elements of Irish culture. Through collaboration with arts organisations and cultural institutions across both Liverpool and Ireland, the festival explored what being Irish means home and abroad.

The event will feature newly written and performed plays, emerging musicians and performers centered on the cornerstones of Irish culture and heritage that remind us all of the rich cultural wealth of Irish both past and present; all of which will be taking place across various locations throughout Liverpool and it’s city centre.

The full programme for this year’s Liverpool Irish Festival can be viewed online.



Tony Bellew v BJ Flores: WBC World Cruiserweight Title 

Saturday 15th October

Liverpool Echo Arena


Merseyside star and die hard Evertonian Tony Bellew will be holding his first defence of the WBC World Cruiserweight title.

The Liverpool native will be fighting against Californian BJ Flores at the Echo Arena this October in what is already a highly anticipated contest, following Bellew’s emphatic win at Goodison Park earlier this year.

The event also features a packed undercard filled with Merseyside fighters also in action including Liverpool favourite David Price.

Further information is available online.


Digital Splash Photography Show

Saturday 15th – Sunday 16th September

Exhibition Centre Liverpool


The biggest specialist photography show in the North of England is heading to Liverpool this October.

Digital Splash will feature all the biggest brands including Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Olympus, Funjifilm among others, alongside seminars and workshops from leading professional photographers looking to inspire, teach and guide at all levels. There will also be live photo shoots and demonstrations,  great deals on all the latest products, photo-walks and inspiring purpose built exhibitions – all under one roof.

The Digital Splash Awards will also take place at the event, honouring the work of inspired amateur photographers with Wilkinson Cameras.

Digital Splash 16 will be taking place at Exhibiton Centre Liverpool and registration to attend is free prior to the show, or £5 on the door.

Further information about the event can be viewed online.


Bear Grylls

Sunday 16th October

Liverpool Echo Arena


World famous survivalist Bear Grylls will be taking on his biggest challenge yet – his first ever UK arena tour!

“Endevour” will be heading to Liverpool this October, using 3D video mapping bringing to life 6 incredible true stories of real life human survival. The spectacle will take audiences on a journey from frozen Antarctica to the Peruvian jungle, to Everest, to the depths of the ocean and high up into Space!

Watch Bare share stories with audiences about some of the scariest parts of our planet and how people have overcome adversity to survive; this is an inspiring show that will leave you feeling motivated to take on the world!

Further information about the event can be found online.


Liverpool v Man Utd

Monday 17th October

8pm kick off


Liverpool will be hosting Manchester United this October with their first Monday Night Football of the new season.

Always a competitive match for both fans and neutrals alike, these two giants of English football have provided a fair share of memorable encounters over the years and this one should be no different.

Will Klopp’s Red Men triumph against Jose’s Red Devils? Make sure you’re at Anfield Stadium to watch it all unfold.

Ticket information is available online.


The Rocky Horror Picture Show 

Monday 17th – Saturday 22nd October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


Dust off your suspenders and have your tights at the ready as Richard O’ Brien’s “Rocky Horror Show” is returning to Liverpool Empire Theatre this October.

The cult musical has a dedicated following worldwide, featuring memorable characters like the outrageous Dr Frank ‘n’ Furter and timeless classics including “Sweet Transvestite” and the pelvic-thrusting “Time Warp”.

If you’ve not seen this camp classic before (and if not, why not!), now is the time to get involved.

Crowd participation is advised!

Ticket information can be found online.



You Me At Six 

Wednesday 19th October

Liverpool University Mountford Hall


UK pop punk 5 piece You Me At Six are back after a lengthy absence, embarking on a UK tour this autumn including a stop at Liverpool.

With an array of arena anthems at their disposal, the band have opted to play some of the smallest shows in the UK for some time, favouring intimate venues opposed to larger stadiums.

Having firmly established themselves over the years as one of the countries most popular rock acts, these shows are highly anticipated.

Ticket information can be found online.


The Boy With Tape On His Face 

Wednesday 19th October

The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool


Channeling the comedic stylings of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Mr Bean is the artist formerly known as “The Boy with Tape on His Face”

Join Tape Face as he brings the show the world can’t stop talking about to Liverpool’s Epstien Theatre; a stand up comedy act with no talking and an act featuring punch lines with no words. Marvel as he creates hilarious and surprisingly moving tableaux’s using everyday objects alongside popular songs.

After selling out at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 4 years in a row, sell out UK tours and hit run in London’s West End, Tape Face has been seen most recently wowing audiences in the US over on this year’s American’s Got Talent, which you can see below.

This is silent comedy like no other.

Further information can be found online.



The Four Tops & The Temptations  

Friday 21st October

Liverpool Echo Arena


Two of Motown’s biggest legends, The Four Tops & The Temptations, have joined forces to bring the UK one hell of a tour.

While it’s not the first time these two have toured together, anticipation is sure to be very high for what will be a very special night of timeless R&B, Soul and Jazz music.

The Four Top’s groundbreaking style of music has strongly contributed to influence the sound of Motown, while The Temptations were the first Motown band to win a Grammy back in 1969.

Stopping off at Liverpool Echo Arena, these legends of Motown will bringing their arena size party to audiences this October.

Ticket information is available online.


Liverpool v West Brom

Saturday 22nd October

17:30pm kick off


Liverpool will be hosting West Brom this October.

Arguably the stronger of the two sides, the Red’s will be looking for a comfortable home win at Anfield Stadium, but anything can happen in football!

Ticket information is available online.


Killer Queen 

Saturday 22nd October

Liverpool Echo Arena


Billed as “The Ultimate Tribute to Queen”, Killer Queen will be rocking Liverpool audiences at Echo Arena this October.

Not just any old tribute act, the band has previously been chosen to represent Queen in a restaged tribute to the infamous Live Aid concert, such is there closeness to the real thing.

Our second of two Queen acts to feature on this month’s preview blog, the band has also scored a No.1 hit when they were contributed to Fatboy Slim’s “The Real Life” in 2001, recreating Queen’s harmonies for the track.

Ticket information is available online.



Saturday 22nd October

Liverpool Echo Arena


Radio rock superstars Nickelback are heading back to the UK this autumn with a full arena tour, with a date scheduled at Liverpool.

The Canadian rockers are no strangers to success having having been declared as the most succesful rock group of their decade by Billboard, selling over 50 million albums world wide and scoring numerous smash hits with the likes of “How You Remind Me”, “Rockstar” and “Photograph”.

Nickelback will be live at Liverpool Echo Arena this October with support from fellow Canadian rockers Monster Truck.

Ticket information is available online.


Spooky Welly Walk

Saturday 22nd October

Sefton Park, Liverpool


The Spooky Welly Walk at Sefton Park is great fun for the family and all for a great cause.

A two mile Halloween Themed family walk through the grounds of Sefton Park with over 20 different Trick or Treat activity stations along the way, with all proceedings and money raised going towards patients and families living with lung cancer.

Kids can jump on board the Halloween train, take a ride on the mini fairground rises or if they dare, dig through the Vampire’s blood at the Yucky Dip stand!

Further information about the event can be found online.


Day Of The Dead – Halloween Fun For All The Family

Saturday 22nd October

Constellations, Liverpool


Rebel Soul are offering families and children of ages to celebrate Día de los Muertos – The Day of The Dead.

Taking place at Cosntellations in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, visitors are invited to take part in a full filled day of Halloween games, activities and workshops where you can learn more about the Mexican folk tales and traditions surrounding the Day of The Dead.

Fancy dress is welcome so why not get involved and embrace the Mexican Sugar Skull this October.

Ticket information is available online.



North West Fashion Festival 

Saturday 22nd – Sunday 23rd October

St George’s Hall, Liverpool


Making it’s debut at St George’s Hall this October is the North West Fashion Festival.

Showcasing some of the most exciting brands and designers in the North West of England and beyond, the event is a must for fashonista’s with beauty tips, makeovers from celebrity make up artists and hair stylists, not to mention a range of shows and fashion exhibitions all taking place over the weekend.

There will also be a chance to indulge in some serious retail therapy, inviting visitors to shop until they til drop!

Ticket information is available online.




Midge Ure: The Something From Everything Tour

Sunday 23rd October

Epstein Theatre, Liverpool


Billed as “The Elder Statesman of Pop”, 80’s new wave star Midge Ure heads to Liverpool’s Epstein Theatre this October.

Midge is perhaps best known as the frontman of Ultravox, in addition to his involvement with Band Aid, Live Aid and Live 8 having co-organised both events with Sir Bob Geldof.

The Something From Everything Tour will feature material across the singers discography with at least one track from every album he has released from the start of his career in 1977, to his solo albums and present day material.

Ticket information can be found online.


Call Me Psychic: Sally Morgan

Tuesday 25th October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


The UK’s favourite psychic, Sally Morgan is coming to Liverpool this October with her most exciting show yet – “Call Me Psychic”.

Entertaining, heart breaking and controversial are some of the words being used to describe the show celebrating her 8th year on the road.

A unique event not to be missed, be sure to catch Sally at Liverpool Empire Theatre this month.

Further information can be found online.


Sing-A-Long-A Frozen  

Wednesday 26th October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


One that will definitely get kids hearts soaring is this special interactive screening of Disney’s Frozen at Liverpool Empire Theatre.

Introduced by a live host who will guide you through this special screening, you will be able to sing along with your favourite characters during a full screening of the film and learn some new dance moves with the help of the Singalonga Princesses.

Guaranteed to bring a smile to your little one’s face this October, dress up is encouraged and participation is mandatory.

Ticket information for Sing-A-Long-A Frozen can be found online.


Liverpool Music Week 2016

Wednesday 26th October – Wednesday 5th November


Liverpool Music Week is returning for 2016 this October – Europe’s largest indoor winter music festival.

This week long festival will see great live performances across various venues in Liverpool from October 26th to November 25th.

Headliners for this year’s event come in the form of indie rockers Warpaint and legendary film composer and director John Carpenter.

Warpaint bring with them two critically acclaimed albums and a third to be released at the end of September. While the Horror Master director Carpenter will recreating his trademark synthesised scores which have become as celebrated as the films themselves.

Other bands featured at the festival include: Clean Cut Kid, Dinosaur Jr, She The Drew Gun and Louis Berry to name a few.

Further information can be found online.


Sing-A-Long-A Grease 

Wednesday 26th October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


Calling all T-Birds and Pink Ladies!

The second of two Sing-A-Long events at Liverpool Empire Theatre this October is Sing-A-Long-A Grease.

Brought to you by the produces Sing-A-Long-A Frozen, this is another interactive screening where visitors invited to dress up and get involved in the fun, you’ll event get a chance to learn how to hand jive!

Sit back and watch the age old story of Danny, Sandy and the gang, while singing and dancing along with the rest of the audience.

Ticket information can be found online.


Captial’s Monster Mash-Up with Vodaphone 

Thursday 27th October

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


Capital FM alongside Vodafone will be hitting up three of the UK’s biggest cities bringing with them their Monster Mashup parties – and one of those cities, is Liverpool.

Kicking off the spookiest time of the year with an exclusive gig at Mountford Hall, Captial’s Monster Mashup will feature sets from The Chainsmokers, Martin Solveig and a DJ set from Sigma (fresh from a triumphant headline set at this year’s Liverpool International Music Festival in June).

Fancy dress is encouraged, so get involved and join the fun!

Ticket information can be found online.



The Australian Pink Floyd 

Thursday 27th October

Liverpool Empire Theatre


Even better than the real thing? Not quite, but it’s a close as you can get!

The Australian Pink Floyd were the first Pink Floyd tribute act to ever tour in the UK and have been previously descrubed as “the best tribute band in the world”. Such is their popularity that David Gilmour himself is among their fans!

Recreating the best of Pink Floyd’s engrossing live shows with “The Best of the Best Tour”, The Australian Pink Floyd are now to be missed when they pay a visit to Liverpool Empire Theatre this October.

Ticket information can be found online.



Music Hall Tavern – “The Funniest Night of the Year” 

Friday 28th October

The Epstein Theatre


The UK’s premier comedy drag variety show is heading to Liverpool this October.

Music Tavern Hall is a magnificent night of dazzling costumes, singing and dancing and side-splitting laughter, featuring a cast of unique characters.

Whatever your age, Epstein Theatre invites you to join Mrs T and the “girls” from MHT this Autum for feel-good night of fun.

Ticket information can be found online.



Sleaford Mods

Friday 28th October

Liverpool Mountford Hall

sleaford mods

Following a successful performance at this year’s Liverpool Sound City, Sleaford Mods are back in town.

The Nottingham duo will be wowing audiences once again  with their unique brand of minimalist electro punk, as they embark on a UK tour stopping off at Mountford Hall.

If you’ve yet to see these lads play live, their abrasive anti-establishment post-punk will go down a treat!

Ticket information can be found online.



Cocoon at the Asylum

Newsham Park Orphanage and Asylum Liverpool

Saturday 29th October

the asylum newsham park

Cocoon will once again let the inmates run the asylum this October!

One of the highlights of the Halloween weekend in Liverpool,  Cocoon will be transforming the desolate Newsham Park Orphanage and Asylum into a rave ready spectacle.

Created by Liverpool clubbing institutions Freeze and Cream, last year’s event brought in thousands of revellers to the previously neglected court yard for a spookily good day and night of thunderous techno.

Starting at 1pm and carrying on right until 10:30pm, this looks once again like it will be one of the most talked about events come Halloween weekend.

Cocoon at the Asylum previously featured in last year’s Halloween preview blog.

Ticket information for this year’s event can be found online.



The Voodoo Ball – Return to Afrotopia (Halloween Vibes)

Saturday 29th October

Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool


If a rave at an abandoned asylum doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, why not pay a visit to The Voodoo Ball?

Taking place at the Invisible Wind Factory, this promises to be an unforgettable might of African dance music, drumming, fire, martial arts, face and body painting, incredible set design and much more.

Set against the futuristic landscape of a dystopian society, The Return to Afrotopia tells the story of a self-destructing world where civil order has collapsed, violence is rife and at the heart of it all is two conflicting tribes – the afroPUNKS and the afroLORDS.

File this one under something different!

Further information can be found online.


Liverpool Disco Festival 

Saturday 29th October

The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool


Celebrating all things Disco during the Halloween weekend is Liverpool Disco Festival.

Taking place across different venues within Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, Hustle and Suncebeat will be presenting the first ever Liverpool Disco Festival covering everything Disco lovers could want or need. From roller disco to rarer disco, from classics to connosisuers, it’s got everything you could ask for.

A particular highlight comes in the form of disco legends Odyssey who will be performing a full live show along with a 7 piece band.

Disco aficionados will feel right at home with this event come Halloween weekend in Liverpool!

Further information about Liverpool Disco Festival can be found online.


Vevo Halloween

Saturday 29th October

Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool


Vevo Halloween is bringing all your deepest darkest fears to Bramley Moore Dock in Liverpool.

Taking place during the Halloween weekend, Vevo Halloween 2016 will be featuring full live performances from some of the countries up and coming artists including: Jack Garratt, Blossoms, Izzy Bizu, Aurora and one final guest TBC.

With this year’s Sound City already rocking Bramley Moore Dock, this looks to be yet another gem for music lovers.

Ticket information is available online .



The Specials 

Saturday 29th October

Liverpool Olympia



Not quite the band you’d associate with Halloween is two-tone and ska collective, The Specials.

The Coventry natives will be live in concert at Liverpool Olympia come Halloween weekend, performing all their classic songs like “Ghost Town”.

Combining danceable ska and rocksteady’s beat with punk’s energy and attitude, The Specials are essential for any fan of ska music!

Ticket information can be found online.


Roy Chubby Brown 

Saturday 29th October

Liverpool Empire Thetre


The Original Bad Boy of British Comedy is coming back to Liverpool this October.

Roy Chubby Brown returns to Liverpool with his meatiest, most outrageous show yet.  Rude and Crude as ever, no topic is too risque for Chubby, from turning headlines into punch lines to women and gender.

Guaranteed to shock and offend as well as entertain, this not for the faint hearted or the easily offended.

Ticket information can be found online.


Everton v West Ham

Sunday 30th October

Kick off 13:30pm


Everton are at home to West Ham on Sunday 30th October.

After last seasons dramatic and shocking defeat to the Hammers, the Blues will surely be out for payback when they return to Goodison Park.

Come cheer on the Mighty Blues of Everton this October!

Ticket information is available online.


Psycho: Film with Live Orchestra

Monday 31st October

Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


A very special event is taking place this Halloween at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.

Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece Psycho will be treated to a big-screen screening at the art-deco Hall along with Hermann’s pulse raising score performed live by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

This is sure to be a treat for both film and classical music fans, make sure you don’t miss out!

Ticket information is available online.



Halloween Children’s Party with Jumping Jacks

Monday 31st October

Sefton Park Palm House, Liverpool


Rounding off our October Preview blog is something for the little ones as the Jumping Jacks will be hosting a special Halloween party at Sefton Palm House.

Aimed at babies, toddlers and children up to 8, there will be lots of spooky fun and games for all to enjoy as well as special appearances from some of your children’s favourite characters.

If you’re looking to treat your little monster this Halloween, look no further!

Further information can be found online.



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