So you’ve made it through to the other side of January and are ready to start living your best life in 2019. Wondering what’s happening in Liverpool this month? Well, we’ve got a jam-packed what’s on guide right here for you to start planning a super fun February with Signatures Liverpool.
Let us begin.
Panic at the Disco VS My Chemical Romance
Where: The Shipping Forecast
When: 1st Feb
Let the battle commence as two of the greatest alt-rock bands go head to head at The Shipping Forecast this February.
Tracks from both the bands’ back catalogues will be pumped out over the speakers all night long for you and your friends to Dance Dance and Sing to.
Enter yourselves in the ultimate beer pong and corn hole tournaments to win . . . something? We hope.
It’s the Season to Abandon Silence
When: 1st Feb 11 pm – 3 am
Get involved in the launch of one of the city’s biggest EDM club nights as they return to grace Liverpool clubbers with a host of new and emerging talents at Hinterlands.
Organisers at Abandon Silence have their fingers firmly on the baseline when it comes to finding out what’s happening in Liverpool. So, come and check out a few of the newest talents to step up to the decks at Hinterlands.
This will be a first in the city for a few of the artists, let’s show them how we do in Liverpool.
It’s World Ukulele Day
Where: Liverpool ONE
When: 2nd Feb
If you like yourself a “little “guitar music then you’re in luck as it’s world Ukulele Day in Liverpool this February!
See what we did there?
Over 100 Ukulele players will gather together on two outdoor stages in Liverpool ONE and then inside at The Bierkeller.
The gig will be free and raising funds on the day for the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity as part of their “Go Green Campaign”.
The event is due to start at 1 pm Saturday and end at 5 pm with later performances taking place inside Bierkeller until 10 pm.
Classic Hip-Hop Given a Classical Makeover
When: 2nd Feb 7 pm – 11 pm
Proving that its certainly Still Dre in 2019, new age orchestra No Strings Attached will be remastering the most amazing album in hip-hop history, Dre 2001, for audiences at Circo this February.
It Ain’t Nothing But a G-Thing on the strings as all the best tracks from Dre’s back catalogue take on new life, in one of Liverpool’s most unique nightlife venues.
Get your tickets to hear music Straight Outta Compton, played by a classically trained orchestra.
Saturday Coffee’s and Vinyl’s on Turntables
Where: The Bagelry
When: starting 2nd Feb and every Saturday following 12 pm – 4 pm
Have your Saturdays become an empty space filled with binge-watching Netflix shows and drinking way to much gin?
If so, change things up in February at The Bagelry, where two music lovers and special guests get together with their vinyl collections to bring back a little meaning to your Saturday afternoons.
Explore the Liverpool Vintage & Street Food Market
Where: Camp and Furnace
When: 2nd Feb 11 am – 4 pm
Combining two great experiences together this month, Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair and Camp and Furnace, have collaborated putting street food and affordable vintage fashion under one roof.
Explore an Aladdin’s Cave of wonders including trinkets from the 20s and fashion from the 40s and 50s, as well as a selection of the greatest street food vendors around.
It’s all about fashion and food this February at Camp and Furnace.
Four Fantastic Themed Afternoon Teas
Where: 30 James Street
When: 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th Feb
A delicious selection of themed afternoon teas is what’s happening in Liverpool this February, at 30 James Street – Home of the Titanic.
Bring your besties, your mum or all the family along for fabulous food and sensational live music. Performances included come from a brilliant Cilla Black tribute act, a Dusty Springfield singer and our regular Swing singer.
Get ready to have Lorra Lorra Laughs, get the Look of Love and Swing the afternoon away this February at 30 James Street.
Dig Around at the Independent Record Fair
When: 3rd Feb 12 pm – 6 pm
The perfect day out for vinyl junkies everywhere, Constellations are hosting an amazing event this February.
Record heads can spend an afternoon in heaven flicking through endless boxes and towering stacks of vinyl as far as the eye can see.
There’ll be music provided to back your search and a delicious Sunday roast to fuel the hunt.
For an Afternoon of All That Jazz
Where: The Palm House
When: 5th Feb 2 pm – 4 pm
From classic to revival, you can hear all types of jazz live this February at Sefton Park’s Palm House during a monthly jazz afternoon.
The talented group of six, The Savoy Jazzmen, will wow the audience with their renditions of everyone’s favourite jazz tracks and audiences can look forward to joining in the famous Umbrella Parade.
Let the Celebrations Begin Happy Chinese New Year
Where: City Wide
When: 5th – 11th
We’re looking forward to what’s happening in Liverpool this month, as the start of Chinese New Year Celebrations begins and we welcome in the Year of the Pig.
This year is particularly special, as 2019 marks 20 years since Liverpool was twinned with Shanghai, celebrating the long-lasting relationship formed between the two great cities.
There’ll be epic light shows and vibrant street performances and Liverpool will be lit by lots and lots of Chinese lanterns for the whole week of celebrations.
Check out our guide to Chinese New Year in Liverpool for 2019 to make sure you don’t miss a thing.
Lost in Liverpool
Where: An Undisclosed Location & IWF
When: 5th & 12th Feb
If you like mystery and intrigue, then book tickets to get Lost in Liverpool at a mysterious undisclosed location.
Once you’ve found out where you’re going you can expect to enjoy a Liverpool club night unlike any other. in a fantastic location with an awesome disco-come-house soundtrack.
The second portion of the Lost event will take place at the Invisible Wind Factory, which only hosts the best of the best, so you know things are going to be good when you get Lost in Liverpool.
Free Jazz Club in Liverpool
Where: The Pen Factory
When: 6th Feb
Shake up your Wednesday evening with a little live Jazz in Liverpool as The Pen Factory kick off their monthly free Jazz sessions this month.
The talented six-piece band, the Liverpool Jazz Club will be getting together at The Pen Factory for a swinging jam session and you’re all invited to come and watch for free.
Swing along to enjoy live music and delicious food and break up your week with a little jazz. Yeah.
The King’s of ASBO Cinema Take on The Lion King
Where: Camp and Furnace
When: 8th Feb 8.30 pm – 23.30 pm
That’s right, no movie is safe from the clutches of Camp and Furnace as they welcome audiences into another interactive cinema experience.
Enjoy watching everyone’s favourite Disney movie, The Lion King, with live sing-alongs, dance-offs and the chance to add your own artistic interpretation to the most memorable movie moments.
It’s gonna be a mighty king of movie nights this February at Camp and Furnace.
Discover Art’s Cool for Free
When: 9th & 10th Feb 1 pm – 4 pm
Unleash your creativity this month at The Bluecoat where a free to enter art school will be setting up camp to teach everyone about the power of pictures and movement.
Letting everyone know Art’s Cool, Liverpool Improvisation Collective are hosting the session to establish Liverpool as the hub of artistic dance practices.
Join in and have some fun this February at The Bluecoat.
It’s Lip Sync War!
When: 9th Feb 8 pm – 3 am
It’s time to lip sync for your chance to win £2000 at Popworld
A top Liverpool event inviting all those performance-ready, non-singers to enter a UK wide competition searching for the greatest lip sync artist ever! Do you have what it takes to mouth along to your favourite pop song whilst putting on a winning performance? If so get yourself to Popworld to lip sync for your lives.
Take Your Doggy on a Play Date
Where: Tusk Baltic
When: 10th Feb 12 pm – 5 pm
A gem among the dog-friendly Liverpool restaurants and bars, Tusk Baltic is a relaxed and friendly place where humans can pick up delicious food and doggies can meet a few new mates.
The Doggy Social is a fantastic place for all you dog lovers to come together and share a few K9 cuddles.
There’ll be plenty of doggy booze and snacks as well as some for humans too, and a cosy roaring fire for everyone to snuggle around.
We can’t imagine a better way to spend a chilly Sunday afternoon than at a free Doggy Social event. Can you?
Shop ‘til you Drop at the Chinese New Year Market
Where: St Luke’s (Bombed Out Church)
When: 9th & 10th Feb
Explore the gardens of St Luke’s Church as a variety of stalls selling all things Asian will be popping up in honour of Chinese New Year.
Outside there’ll to be drum circle workshops and storytelling, inside regular traders will reappear so guests can grab everything from delicious food to fabulous vintage fashion.
Entry fees are only £1 and this will go towards supporting St Luke’s and any future events that are hosted there.
A Bazaar Kind of Romance
Where: Grand Central
When: 14th Feb 6 pm – 11 pm
Fill yourselves with foodie love this Valentine’s Day in Liverpool and enjoy tasting a smorgasbord of worldly cuisine from a host of pop up vendors at Grand Central.
Gorge on fine French Cheeses and Champagne at Champagne + Fromage or enjoy something a little meatier at You’ve Pulled, where pulled meats are served with carb-tastic sides.
Make food be your Valentine this year and bring along your fellow foodies or simply enjoy a romantic foodie Valentine’s date at Grand Central’s Food Bazaar.
Unleash Your Inner Wild Thing
Where: Make North Docks
When: 14th Feb 9 pm – 3 am
If this is the year you’ve decided to grab the bull by the horns, then Wild Thing will be the perfect place for you to get things started.
Organisers will be encouraging chemical connections with those in attendance, using a unique and unconventional version of speed dating.
The idea is for anyone to meet everyone and have a great time whilst doing so. Not your average Valentine’s Day event, but one worth visiting if you are looking for love and hoping to try new and exciting things in 2019.
A Mad Hatter’s Mansion House Party
When: 15th Feb 10 pm – 4 am
Following the White Rabbit’s all well and good but did he bother to take us to the Mad Hatter’s Mansion on his travels? Er no!
Thankfully Goodlife events will be transforming the inside of Constellations into their very own version of the Hatter’s stately home.
Pop in for a party this February and enjoy a side of Wonderland you’ve never seen.
Harry Potter Banquet and Beers
When: 15th Feb 6.30 pm – 2 am
Turn your muggle-self off and your magic-self on as the Bierkeller Liverpool host yet another outstanding Harry Potter Banquet.
Watch as the most popular beer bar in town is transformed into the Great Hall of Hogwarts, complete with Buffet Banquet, Butter Beer and Quidditch Beer Pong.
The wizarding world will descend on Liverpool for one night only and tickets are selling fast, so get a wriggle on if you want to attend.
Kevin and Perry Go Large at Circo
When: 16th Feb 11 pm – 3 am
Bringing the best parts of the 90s back for one night of bucket hats and jam sandwiches, Kevin and Perry will be going large at Circo this February.
If “all you wanna do is do it” then make your way to this wicked club night full of top dee-jays and slamming Ibiza bangers straight from the hit movie.
There’ll be awesome prize giveaways, glow sticks and enough jams sandwiches for everyone.
Enter the Twisted Tunnel of Love
Where: Williamson Tunnels
When: 16th Feb 9 pm – 3 am
If you haven’t yet seen the Williamson Tunnels yet, recently discovered under Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter, now’s your chance to do it in style.
The Twisted Tunnels of Love will be an amazing underground club night soundtracked by some of the city’s favourite DJ’s.
Descend into the cavernous vaults of these unearthed wonders and enjoy a musical experience unlike any we’ve seen before in the city.
Make Your Way to Hope Street Makers Market
Where: Blackburne House
When: 17th Feb 11 am
A vibrant collection of amazing makers will be making their way to Hope Street this month to set up stalls and sell their wares.
Check out gastronomic delights, food from around the world, handmade trinkets and everything in between all whilst jamming to live music or a well-selected DJ set.
The perfect way to spend a Sunday browsing the stalls of many a maker in the prettiest part of Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter.
Find Out What Love’s Got to Do With It
Where: Liverpool Empire
When: 19th Feb 7.30 pm
If after Valentine’s Day, you are still wondering What’s Love Got To Do With It this Tina Tribute concert can give you the answers.
Every one of Tina’s top tracks will be revived by a 10-piece band and the vocal talents of Elseha Paul Moses, whose previous work includes the Whitney Queen of the Night tour.
This is Simply the Best way to hear all Tina’s work in one amazing live concert at The Liverpool Empire Theatre.
Bottoms Up at Liverpool’s Beer Festival
Where: Lutyens Crypt Met Cathedral
When: 21st – 23rd Feb 12 pm – 4 pm
Step into Lutyens Crypt this month and be welcomed by the sweet sight of over 200 real ales and ciders just waiting to be tasted.
On top of all this fabulous beer, guests will receive a free Beer Festival Glass and the chance to Oompah down with Bavarian Band Brasswurst.
Sessions will run between 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm Thursday, then midday sessions from 12 pm – 4 pm Friday and Saturday.
Where: Liverpool Cathedral
When: 22nd & 23rd Feb 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Filling Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral with the sound of classic dance anthems, Cream Classical returns for another of their sell-out success’ in February.
The cavernous venue provides the perfect blank canvas for breathtaking laser light shows, backed by a soundtrack of all your favourite dance tunes from time gone by.
This unique club night is one that shouldn’t be missed for lovers of dance, trance and house music. A night that will stick in your memories forever.
Tainted Love – Back to the 80s
Where: Camp and Furnace
When: 23rd Feb 8 pm – 1 am
Transport yourselves back to the 80s at Camp and Furnace as a living legend takes to the decks to bring you an evening of glittering music gold.
Martin Kemp will be your star DJ for the night, spinning non-stop nostalgic tracks from the back catalogues of 80s cheese. There’ll be a glitter station where you can glam up and plenty of Tainted Love freebies up for grabs.
With or Without You, Time After Time this is one 80s party that has everybody Dancing in the Dark and through to the next morning.
I Miss the Old Kanye
Where: The Merchant
When: 23rd Feb 10 pm – 3 am
And so do we, that’s why we’re looking forward to seeing what The Merchant have up their sleeves for their original Kanye tribute night.
Promising to celebrate the music and the man that we all used to know, The Merchant are opening their doors and putting on tracks from the days when there was no Yeezy and Kanye simply made music that made us happy.
Go and enjoy the simpler times at The Merchant this February.
Now you’re no longer wondering what’s happening in Liverpool this February but wondering how to fit it all in? Use our in-depth guide to help navigate your way through what is sure to be a really busy month.