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The Best 2022 Summer Plans In Liverpool

Summer 2022 has arrived, and Liverpool will be hosting many outdoor and indoor activities for you to enjoy the weather and the free time while you enjoy your holidays.

Whether you’re looking to dance to the rhythm of electronic music, take a walking tour around the city or get to know the cultural activities in town, keep this guide on your browser favourites so you don’t miss any key dates.

Music Festivals

Liverpool is one of the most attractive cities in the UK due to its clubbing scene which has laid a foundation for an electronic music culture of the very first level. But at the same time, any genre of music finds its place in this city and has received the status of UNESCO’s City of Music.

The following are some of the best festivals taking place in the summer in Liverpool.

Brazilica (July 9-10)

You can find out more about Brazilica on their website here. It’s the only samba festival in the whole of the United Kingdom and it will take place in Liverpool. This traditional Brazilian music will make your feet dance to the rhythm of the fast-paced beat of samba.

And Samba isn’t only about the music because you’ll get to know the famous samba dances which are as important as the costumes as well. Get ready for a colourful parade that will take the streets of Liverpool where there will be a queen of the festival contest. It’s Brazil completely taking over the city from the 9 – 10 of July.

Liverpool International Music Festival (July 29-31)

LIMF is one of the most socially and culturally important festivals in the UK. A very popular festival that attracts people from all over the world, celebrating the diversity of music and the artists that not only have had success with their music but through the message of justice and inclusion that they want to send to their listeners.

This year’s lineup includes UB40, De la Soul, The Zutons, Liam Bailey, and the Mexican Dogs among many others.

Let’s Rock Liverpool (July 30)

And for the people passionate about vintage music, Let’s Rock Liverpool brings the best of retro music of the 80s, with a family-friendly festival that’s set to bring a day full of singing and good vibes to Liverpool.

The Human League, Billy Ocean, Level 42, and Bad Manners are some of the artists to perform on the 30 July at the Wavertree Playing Fields.

Special Celebrations

Liverpool Pride (July 30)

The final weekend of July will be the time to celebrate Pride in Liverpool. After two years of cancellations due to the pandemic, thousands of people will take the streets of Liverpool to celebrate one of the most entertaining parties of the year.

You can’t miss the Pride parade which reunited more than 12,000 people in 2019. This year’s Pride will be marked by the commemorations of Michael Causer, who was murdered in 2008.

International Beatleweek (August 24-30)

Summer in Liverpool without a Beatles festival isn’t summer.

This is the world’s biggest Beatles festival and it brings together 6 different venues and more than 50 different bands and artists performing the best of the Fab Four.

Find the schedule of this event at www.internationalbeatleweek.com so you can start organising all the concerts you wish to attend during the week.

Indoor Activities

There’s nothing wrong with staying at your place and resting from all the movement outside. The festivals and concerts can wear you out, so it’s always a good idea to lie back and recover for the next gig.

You can always entertain yourself at home by playing online games on the many platforms available such as http://www.vegasslotsonline.com/uk which has one of the biggest slot machine offerings in more than 1,200 online casinos. Find the best casinos in the UK which offer promotions and bonuses such as free spins, exclusive game offers, and free chips.

And if you still feel as if you want to do relaxing plans, you can visit the Walker Art Gallery which will have a Tudor exposition until the 29 August. Discover this fascinating family and all the secrets behind their portraits.

For all Doctor Who fans, the World of Museum will host an exhibition of the original artefacts and sets from the series all summer and until the 30 October.

And for all art lovers, the grand opening of the Prescot arts and culture theatre will bring many cultural activities this summer. The Shakespeare North Playhouse is the new leading playmaker in Liverpool’s culture horizon.

Editor

Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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