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What’s On: Events in Liverpool in June

Summer in Liverpool is a magical time of year. The warm weather is nearly here, the sun’s out and there’s lots and lots of fun events in Liverpool in June.

What’s more, there’s plenty of events in Liverpool in June – from international tennis tournaments to wine festivals from France.

So, whether you’re looking for an awesome summer bash or something more sophisticated, there’s no denying that there is so many amazing events in Liverpool in June.

Liverpool International Tennis Tournament

 

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When: 19 – 23 June 2019

Where: Liverpool Cricket Club

Taking place in the wonderful surroundings of the Liverpool Cricket Club in Aigburth, the Liverpool International Tennis Tournament has grown to become the longest running and largest tennis expo in Europe.

Celebrating its 18th birthday this June, the tennis tournament has introduced both up and coming and established WTA and ATP players, such as John McEnroe, Greg Rusedski and Martina Navratilova.

This June, tennis fans are to be treated to a masterclass from the maverick Mansour Bahrami, a match involving ex-world No.15 Kaia Kanepi and lots more, tennis-themed fun.

So, head down to the Liverpool Cricket Club this summer for what is sure to be one of the best events in Liverpool in June.

Gaia

When: 25 May – 23 June 2019

Where: Liverpool Cathedral

 

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Located in Britain’s largest cathedral, ‘Gaia’ – meaning the personification of the earth – is hanging hauntingly in the Grade I listed building and features accurate and detailed NASA imagery of the earth.

Gaia, by Luke Jerram, is complemented by a sound composition created by BAFTA award-winning composer Dan Jones.

The artwork forms part of the ‘Changing Tides’ creative programme, which last year saw the Museum of the Moon come to the Cathedral. This year, Gaia celebrates the port of Liverpool as a gateway for inspirational culture, music, food and wine from across the globe.

Gaia is sure to be one of the most awe-inspiring events in Liverpool in June.

The Champions League Final

When: 1 June 2019

Where: M&S Bank Arena

 

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Fans are invited to catch the Reds in action on the giant screen at the M&S Bank Arena as Jurgen Klopp’s men bid to win the Champions League for a 6th time.

Supporters who were unable to get to Madrid can catch the build up, watch the match and soak up the Anfield-esc atmosphere inside the arena.

The Reds have also announced that plans are in place for a victory parade in June if they win the Champions League.

You can also watch the final at the Liverpool-themed Shankly Hotel, Camp and Furnace and Grand Central to name but a few places to watch the match in Liverpool.

The Reds have conquered Europe, but can they conquer Spurs on June 1st in Madrid. Let’s hope so.

Wirral Real Ale Trail

 

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When: 8 June 2019

Where: The Wirral

Back for its third consecutive year, the Wirral Real Ale Trail returns on 8th June. Beer aside for a moment, the Real Ale Trail gives beer lovers the opportunity to sample some of the fantastic scenery and crisp seaside air as they travel from New Brighton to Birkenhead via Hoylake, Irby and Oxton.

This beer pilgrimage has a uniquely diverse selection of pubs and venues with one thing in common, great ale.

“If you haven’t done it then do it. It’s a great way to see some of Wirral’s finest pubs and enjoy a great day out with your friends. The more the merrier,” said one very happy customer.

One of the best events in Liverpool in June, the Wirral Real Ale Trail is not to be missed.

The Keith Haring Exhibition

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When: 14 Jun – 10 November 2019

Where: Tate Liverpool

One of the most hotly anticipated exhibitions of the year, Tate Liverpool is welcoming the iconic works of artist and activist Keith Haring this June.

During the 1980s, Haring championed a counterculture movement which was inspired by the likes of pop art, poetry, street art and underground club culture.

Visitors can enjoy more than 85 works of art, including some of his most renowned, large and striking pieces. What’s more, discover how Haring spoke for his generation on major issues surrounding dictatorship, racism, homophobia, capitalism and the environment.

One of the most important figures of the 20th century, the Keith Haring Exhibition is an event in Liverpool in June that promises to be special.

Love Island Party and Screening

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When: 3 June 2019

Where: The Shankly Hotel

Can’t wait for Love Island? Then maybe the Shankly Hotel is the place to be on 3rd June.

Head to the Shankly Hotel rooftop for a fun-packed Love Island extravaganza on Monday before watching the season opener with former Islanders and celebrities.

Crack on and get yourself a ticket here, which includes entry into a special Love Island quiz, a welcome cocktail on arrival, entertainment and games and, of course, the screening of the show.

This event in Liverpool in June promises to be the best party on paper.

Africa Oye

 

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When: 22 June – 23 June 2019

Where: Sefton Park

The UK’s largest celebration of African & Caribbean music and culture returns once again to Liverpool’s Sefton Park this June.

Watch on as a line-up of international stars alongside some of the UK’s most exciting newcomers take Sefton Park by storm. Beginning in 1992 as a series of intimate gigs in the centre of town, Africa Oye has gone form strength to strength.

Oye seeks to highlight a diverse range of cultures, foods and music that make Africa one of the most vibrant continents in the world.

So, lace up your dancing shoes and head to Sefton Park this summer.

Bordeaux Wine Festival

 

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When: 31 May – 2 June 2019

Where: The Albert Dock

Winner of NOEA Award’s Best New Event back in 2018, Bordeaux Wine Festival is back and bigger than ever before for 2019.

Transport yourself to a waterfront paradise that’d put the South of France to shame and treat your taste buds to some of the best of Bordeaux’s most famous export: Wine.

From crisp rosés, tasty reds and sparkling crémant, the Bordeaux Wine Festival is guaranteed to be one of the tastiest events in Liverpool in June.

So, that completes our guide to some of the best events in Liverpool in June. And, if none of these events take your fancy, you can always check out some of Liverpools best restaurants and superb outdoor bars.

Head over to our Facebook Page today and let us know how you got on at any of these amazing events.

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