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What's on in Liverpool March 2019

What’s on Liverpool: A Guide to Liverpool Events in March (2019)

We’ve got a great month of events ahead of us this March, with four weeks fully stocked of fun things to do all over Liverpool. From Mother’s Day to Paddy’s Day, club nights to stage musicals, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Liverpool this March.

So, without further ado, here’s our guide to all the events happening in Liverpool this month.

Paddy’s Day Weekend in Liverpool

One of the biggest weekends in Liverpool’s yearly calendar is just around the corner! As the streets turn green for St Patrick’s Day, we have picked out the best Liverpool events for you to get involved in during the Paddy’s Day celebrations.

Paddy’s Weekender – Sponsored by Guinness

Where: Camp and Furnace

When: 16th-17th March

St Patrick's Day Liverpool

Over the course of the weekend, Camp and Furnace are hosting 6 great events to celebrate St Patrick’s this year. There’s an Ulster Fry event where you can fill your boots with Potato Bread, White Pudding and more. Then get ready for Paddy’s House Party – a ticketed event featuring hits from all your favourite Irish artists The Pogues, Dropkick Murphys, Bewitched, The Corrs – & everything in between!

St Patrick’s Day Festival

Where: Baltic Market

When: 14th – 17th March

St Patricks Day Liverpool
Baltic Market

Baltic Market has told festival-goers to prepare for “shamrocks, shenanigans and showers of Guinness” at this year’s Paddy’s Day Festival. The four-day furore is set to take the celebrations to the next level with a pop-up whiskey bar, amazing food, live music and more.

Jig your way into St Paddy’s Day at the Baltic Market this March!

Club Nights in Liverpool

All the top Liverpool clubs are definitely worth a visit when you’re looking for something to do in the city. Liverpool’s dynamic nightlife is one of the top major attractions for thousands of visitors and locals alike.

During March, check out some of these top Liverpool events and club nights all over the city.

Black Parade – 00’s Emo Anthems

When: 2nd March

Where: Arts Club

Black Parade

Dig out your black eyeliner, fingerless gloves and side-swept fringe – Black Parade is bringing a night of nostalgia for all of those who used to sing their hearts out to Panic! At the Disco, Jimmy Eat World and My Chemical Romance. Expect to hear all your favourites from Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday, Paramore, All American Rejects, You Me at Six and loads more.

It’s not just a phase, mom!

Abba Night

When: 7th March

Where: 24 Kitchen St

Mamma Mia, here we go again! Abba Night is back and better than ever with a night of fun, boogying and 70s & 80s pop floor fillers. If you fancy yourself a bit of a Chiquitita, then grab all your besties and head down to Kitchen St. You might even find your ‘man after midnight!’ See what we did there?

Spice Girls vs Destiny’s Child

When: 8th March

Where: Camp and Furnace

For International Women’s Day 2019, Two are becoming One when Camp and Furnace call all those ‘independent women’ to ‘spice up their lives!’ With Hip Hop, Pop & R&B bangers all night, this is set to bring out the diva in all of those who attend.

A-ziga-zig-ahhhh!

City Events in Liverpool

When you don’t want to go clubbing but still want something to do in the evenings, there is loads of stuff happening in Liverpool that you won’t want to miss. Taking place in some of the city’s most well-loved venues, there’s something for everyone this March.

Friends Quiz

When: 5th-6th March

Where: Baltic Market

Do you know who got off the plane? Are you clued up on the importance of a Left Falange? If so, prepare yourself to win some big prizes at Baltic Market’s big Friends Quiz! There’ll be booze, food and a whole lot of nostalgia.

Liverpool Comic Con

When: 8th to 10th March

Where: Exhibition Centre Liverpool

This year’s Comic Con has a huge line up of stars and the event is actually the biggest of its kind in the UK! Plus, there are discounted rates for the under 10s and under 5s go free!

Comic Con Official After Party

When: 9th March

Where: Camp and Furnace

Camp and Furnace

If you’ve still not had your fill of all things ‘out of this world’, then why not attend the official Comic Con after party? There’ll be a Cosplay catwalk championship, Rave of Thrones, special guests and even surprise dance-offs from your favourite characters!

George Ezra

When: 9th March

Where: M&S Bank Arena

In his first ever headline arena tour, George Ezra is paying Liverpool a visit at the M&S Bank Arena.

On announcing the tour, George said, “Touring these new songs along with all of the first album has meant that the last year has been the most amazing twelve months imaginable, to all of you that have made a show so far, thank you. And to all of you that we will see next year, hold tight! Get practising those songs, polishing off your dancing shoes, let’s make it one to remember.”

Blue Planet II Live In Concert

When: 26th March

Where: M&S Bank Arena

This immersive sensory experience will host a selection of stunning visuals from the BAFTA award-winning television series, showcasing the amazing natural wonders of our blue planet, projected on a state-of-the-art screen. Accompanied by the original music Bleeding Fingers Music, the concert will be performed live by a full symphony orchestra! Definitely not one to miss this month.

What’s on Stage in Liverpool

Liverpool’s theatres are full of brilliant performances throughout March, but we’ve hand-picked a few of the best just for you. Get your culture-fix this March with these brilliant stage shows.

Girl on The Train Starring Samantha Womack

When: 11th to 16th March

Where: Everyman Playhouse Theatre

This brilliant piece of theatre is adapted from the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins. Girl on the Train stars Samantha Womack and Oliver Farnworth and is a gripping, compelling play that will keep you right on the edge of your seat.

Fame the Musical

When: 11th to 16th March

Where: Liverpool Empire

It’s time to dig out those legwarmers and come celebrate the 30th-anniversary tour of Fame at the Liverpool Empire! Expect a feel-good, high-energy performance that will leave you reeling.

Abigail’s Party

When: 25th to 30th March

Where: Everyman Playhouse Theatre

This is one of Britain’s most celebrated comedies, and we’re lucky enough to welcome it to the Everyman this month! The cast includes stage and TV star Jodie Prenger, Coronation Street and Emmerdale favourite Vicky Binns and Midsomer Murders’ Daniel Casey.

Mother’s Day in Liverpool

At the end of the month, it’s time to treat your mum to a day of indulging and pampering! Why not treat her to one of these spectacular Liverpool events and make it a Mother’s Day to remember?

Motown Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea

When: 31st March

Where: 30 James Street

Put some soul back into Mother’s Day with some delicious food, Motown hits and all-around good vibes! With cakes, pastries, sarnies and even some bubbly – your Mum will be made up with this alternative Mother’s Day treat.

Swing Afternoon Tea

When: 31st March

Where: Shankly Hotel

If Motown isn’t really her thing but you still like the idea of afternoon tea, then you’re in luck! The Shankly Hotel is hosting a Mother’s Day Swing afternoon tea, full of tasty treats, fizz and all her favourite crooners!

Now you know what’s going on in Liverpool during March, why not check out where to eat this month over on our guide to Bold Street Restaurants?

If you’re looking for something a bit more low-key, then check out our guide to a night out on Lark Lane.

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About Olivia Szczeblewska-Moore

Olivia is a copywriter who is passionate about food, music and all things Liverpool. Happiest when drawing, eating or laughing at animals on the internet.

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