There’s always something happening in Liverpool, from gigs to exhibitions to shows for children, and with summer in full swing the next few months is no different. So, whether you live in Liverpool or are planning a weekend away in the city, we’ve picked a mix of things happening there, from now to August, that you can enjoy.
Take a read of our selection and get booking. Don't worry though if none of our list take your fancy, take a browse of the See Tickets website to see what else is on in Liverpool from now onwards - there really is something for everybody!
When? Monday 4 July
Where? Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
British musician, Adam Ant, is most well known for having been lead singer of new wave group Adam and the Ants up until 1982. Following a successful career in the band, he has then gone onto become a just as successful solo artist. Since 2010, Ant has undertaken a major reactivation of his musical career, recording a new album and touring. Don’t miss him at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.
When? Wednesday 31 August
Where? The Music Room, Philharmonic Hall
Singer songwriter & Tony and Grammy award-winning creator of Broadway musical 'Hadestown', Anaïs Mitchell, first started writing her indie/country folk style music at the age of 17, with her folk opera show, 'Hadestown' first appearing on stage in 2007. With multiple albums under her wing, she’s now bringing her sound to Liverpool.
When? Wednesday 3 August
Where? M&S Bank Arena
‘Genie In A Bottle’ singer, Christina Aguilera, announced her headline UK tour earlier this year, along with the news of her first Spanish album in 22 years which is due to be released this year. From her classics to new music, you can be sure to expect a mix at her Liverpool date.
When? Sunday 15 May
Where? Liverpool Library
American bedroom pop singer, Claud is a relative newcomer to the music scene, with their debut album ‘Super Monster’ released in February 2021 and single ‘Soft Spot’ from the album named on Vogue’s list of ‘The 38 Best Songs of 2021.’ Don’t miss out on your chance to see Claud.
When? Monday 30 May
Where? M&S Bank Arena
Cheshire born; folk rock singer David Gray is most well known for receiving worldwide attention after the release of his album ‘White Ladder.’ His ‘do-it-yourself’ approach to music production has earnt him four BRIT nominations and following the release of his 12th studio album early last year, the singer is now on the road, performing a run of live shows.
When? Saturday 4 June
Where? Arts Club, Loft
Indie four-piece guitar band, Delights, first formed whilst at sixth form together in 2017. The last few years have seen them release a number of anthemic singles and tour the UK. And, they’re back with a run of headline shows this summer, including one in Liverpool this June – so don’t miss out on tickets!
When? Wednesday 29 June
Where? O2 Academy2 Liverpool
Manchester’s alt-rock band Hot Milk are back with a run of headline UK shows and an upcoming EP release - ‘The King And Queen of Gasoline’ is set to debut on August 5th. Having already supported the likes of Foo Fighters, You Me At Six & The Faim on tour, their Liverpool show will be one not to miss.
When? Wednesday 25 May
Where? The Zanzibar
Indie rock musician IAN SWEET released her debut album in 2016 and since has gone on to stamp her mark on the industry. Following the drop of her third album ‘Show Me How You Disappear’ last year, the artist is currently performing a run of headline shows in the UK. Book your tickets to the Liverpool date now.
When? Friday 29 July
Where? The Jacaranda Club
Brighton indie band, Luna Blue, have certainly made an impact on the music scene for quite some time and have been gigging for a while. Having just released their latest single, ‘Lou Lou’ earlier this year the four-piece will be in Liverpool this July. Don’t miss out on getting your tickets to see them.
When? Wednesday 15 June
Where? The Invisible Wind Factory
Electro sensation Peaches or Merrill Nisker began her musical career as part of a folk trio. Turning to a solo career nearly 22 years ago, she's released six albums along the way, and her latest tour is in celebration of the anniversary of her second album - ‘The Teaches of Peaches’ – released in 2000. Get your tickets to see her live now.
When? Saturday 11 June
Where? Arts Club Theatre
Liverpool’s very own indie band, RATS are playing a hometown gig in June as part of a run of headline shows. With the bands newest single ‘Jenny’ debuted earlier this year, their infectious yet heartfelt sound makes their shows ones not to miss. Don’t miss out on your tickets to see them.
When? Tuesday 12 July
Having been a band for more than 10 years, Slouthrust are staples in the alternative/indie scene. Their experimental, sonic songs make them unique in their own way. With five studio albums to date, they’re currently out touring off the back of their last release ‘Parallel Timeline’ and are bringing their music to Liverpool, this July.
When? Wednesday 6 July
Country rock band, The Felice Brothers are bringing their uniquely earthy sound to the UK with their latest tour. The band began playing songs together in 2006, and since then have gone on to perform huge tours multiple times over, festival sets & more. Don’t miss out on your tickets to see them in Liverpool this summer.
When? Tuesday 17 May
Where? Arts Club, Loft
With the release of their incredible latest single, ‘Everybody In The UK’, earlier this year, Manchester’s five-piece band, The Goa Express, also announced a huge UK tour and run of festival appearances, including a date in Liverpool. Their high octane shows make them ones to see live, so grab your tickets!
When? Friday 17 June
Hailing from Madrid, rock n roll duo, The Parrots have been a part of Spanish indie scene since the mid-2010s. Their debut album, ‘Los Niños Sin Miedo’ dropped in 2016 & second album ‘Dos’ late last year, showing off the pairings eclectic sound. A UK and European tour announcement followed.
When? Thursday 19 May
Where? M&S Bank Arena
With six studio albums, two BRIT nominations and multiple tours already under their belts, Irish giants, The Script are back out on the road. The ‘Greatest Hits Tour’ follows the release of their greatest hits album in October 2021 & their third acoustic EP in March this year. Get your Script tickets now!
When? Saturday 23 July
Where? O2 Academy Liverpool
Liverpool’s own, Tom Rogan, has quickly become a very successful rising artist in the UK, soaring to the top of the iTunes Singles Chart with his debut single, ‘Here We Are (feat. Chris Grant)’. Tom’s earthy sound and likeable personality has already got him noticed in the industry as he continues to grow. Don’t miss out on getting your tickets to see him.
When? Saturday 13 August
Rock electronic experimental artist, Yves Tumor or Sean Bowie as is his real name, has a plethora of albums to his name. He started making music at the age of 16 and following the release of his latest EP ‘The Asymptotical World’ came the announcement of a world tour, including a date in Liverpool.
Events & Comedy
When? Friday 17 – Sunday 19 June
Where? Various Venues
Landing on the 50th anniversary of the release of 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust' and the 'Spiders From Mars', the David Bowie World Fan Convention gives you the chance to hear from Bowie’s esteemed collaborators, buy exclusive memorabilia, access the Bowie Ball, plus lots more. If you're a Bowie fan, don't miss out!
When? Sunday 31 July
Where? M&S Bank Arena
A show for all kids that love PAW Patrol is coming to the live stage. It’s the day of the Great Adventure Bay Race but Mayor Goodway is nowhere to be found, so PAW Patrol, with the help of the audience, come to the rescue. Learn, laugh and enjoy as the PAW Patrol race to the finish line.
When? Friday 19 & Saturday 20 August
Where? Space by M&S Bank Arena
With venues spectacularly transformed to accommodate enormous dance floors, featuring state of the art sound and lights, DJ Peter Kay takes to the turntables at the Dance For Life event for what promises to be a joyous and unforgettable experience. Boogie the evening away at the Liverpool date.
When? Friday 15th July
Where? St Luke’s Bombed Out Church
Enjoy the story of Cinderella told by Chapterhouse Theatre Company in magical surroundings. Full of song, mirth, and joy this magical theatre experience will transport you into an enchanted kingdom faraway and promises to be a great evening for all the family.
When? Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 May
Where? Exhibition Centre
The Baby & Toddler Show gives you the chance to find and shop for everything you may need for your baby or toddler, all under one roof. Save money with incredible deals on over 150+ brands, get expert advice & more.
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