It’s bank holiday weekend!
Yeahhh, it is that time again. Everyone is delighted for the extra day off. Liverpool has lots going on this weekend.
Waxxx is holding a 90’s festival street party! 90’s fancy dress…. where do we start! This is a chance to pull all the best bits of your old wardrobe out and throw them together to make some astounding mess of an ensemble. Expect techno, bouncy castles, and inflatable sofas! Here is some 90’s hip hop to get ready too.
Constellations is hosting a BBQ all weekend and it’s free entry!
It is also presenting Down to Funk with Andrew Ashong. Tickets are only £7 on the door. Funk, soul and disco beats could be a perfect way to start your bank holiday weekend! You can unwind, have a drink and get into the mood for a long weekend.
24 Kitchen Street is presenting Between the Borders launch party, celebrating the magazine’s third publication. This day has to something to offer for everyone and lots of stories to tell. It is in support of musicians who’ve come to the UK from countries suffering conflict or humanitarian crisis. There will be live music, dj’s, and poetry with interactive light installations and art from around the world, it is not one to be missed. Between the Borders showcases a verity of talent from artists in Merseyside. To top it all of there is Persian barbecue and buffet… most definitely yes please! The all day party kicks off at 2pm and goes on until late. All of the funds raised at the event are put back into the future of Between the Borders.
Sunday is probably the day you’re all waiting for. Liverpool is not going to disappoint this bank holiday, there is so much to choose from. From disco to grime there is so much going on.
If you’re lucky to get hold of a ticket or just organized and already have one, Freeze presents a Bonobo dj set in the Bombed Out Church! Bonobo in the Bombed Out Church… it is long awaited and finally here.
It will be nothing short of a fabulous bank holiday Sunday. There will be an extravagant mixture of dancing and chilled out vibes inside a beautiful building.
The Arts Club on Seel Street is holding Circus with Yousef, Carl Cox, and many more. Carl Cox has had 30 year career, getting involved in all the genres. He most definitely knows how to celebrate and party. He is reported to have endless energy and uplifting vibes. That is just what you want from the dj. Expect all the techno house beats and to dance early into bank holiday Monday.
MuMu is presenting Visionquest day and night takeover. This is perfect if you want to get your head down and listen to some solid music. The line up is packed bringing house and techno throughout the day time yard party. Who knows what to expect from the warehouse after party. The pictures of the venue look awesome. Tickets are £18 and can be bought from Skiddle or on the door.