Things to Do in Liverpool in 2019

Things to Do in Liverpool in 2019

Collaborative Post. I have written before about what a good city Liverpool is. My school friend went to University there and I visited a few times. I remember some good nights out! I also recently went up there for a work conference around Christmas time and really loved the vibe. I definitely said I would like to go back with my hubby when I wasn’t pregnant! There were some really quirky looking bars and restaurants and a very-friendly atmosphere.

Often when you visit a new place, you want to know what will be going on. We have three children now and always need some form of entertainment for them, to stop them bouncing off the wall! Or, as I said if hubby and I make a weekend break, something more adult.

Liverpool One have pulled together a fab infographic of some of the events and things to do in Liverpool this 2019. You can see below. I’ve picked out some of my favourite things!

– Dinosaurs Unleashed held at Liverpool One from March-June sounds fab! I’m more into dinosaurs than my girls but I love the idea of almost a hunt, tracking down dino eggs! Keeps us active but quite exciting too.

– Music – there are some fab gigs happening at the M & S Bank Arena. I spotted one of my childhood faves Westlife will be playing over the summer. I’m sure there will be some nostalgia there for many!  I also noted Bon Jovi in June. Again one of my favourites from my younger years.

– The Bordeaux Wine festival ending in June. Now I’m not expecting again it is nice to have the odd drink of alcohol and it is very enjoyable tasting new wines! Definitely one for the list.

– Vitality Netball World Cup in July. I used to play netball as a kid and it is one of those sports which is fun to watch on television. I can imagine live action is even better!

Liverpool is a fab city to visit all year around and with some tempting events for adults and children this year, it is definitely worth heading over to for a weekend break or a day trip.

Disclosure – this is a collaborative post.

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