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What’s On Liverpool: July’s Best Events in Liverpool

Summer in Liverpool is absolutely wonderful. The sun is warm, the drinks are cold, the atmosphere is welcoming and there’s lots and lots of events in Liverpool in July.

Indeed, from indie quizzes and garden parties to an international music festival, there’s plenty of events in Liverpool in July for everyone to enjoy.

So, whether you’re looking for an intimate summer soiree or a raucous concert in the park, there’s certainly no denying that there is a glut of amazing events in Liverpool in July.

Cream Classical in the Park

 

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When: 19 July 2019

Where: The Palm House

Cream, the award-winning promoters behind some of the world’s biggest and most renowned electronic music events, are coming to Liverpool this July. Cream Classical is soon to welcome 20,000 people to listen and dance along to the legendary club’s biggest tracks – the only change being that they’re encompassing a 50 piece kaleidoscope orchestra.

Bringing the orchestra, DJs and singers together for a uniquely spine-tingling show, Cream Classical in the Park promises to showcase 20 famous DJs, giving electronic music fans the chance to dance and rave under the stars.

From Paul Oakenfold and Roger Sanchez to Seb Fontaine and Sonique, Cream Classical in the Park is sure to be one of the most mind-blowing events in Liverpool in July.

Pride in Liverpool

 

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When: 27-28 July 2019

Where: Liverpool

Pride is set to return to Liverpool this July and promises to promote and celebrate the LGBTQ community at its very best. Festival goers are encouraged to march through Liverpool in support of Pride’s mission to make the North West the most LGBTQ friendly region in the UK.

The theme this year is “Come as You Are,” an inclusive trope that appeals to everyone, regardless of where they’re from or how they identify, to take pride in who they are and come together in love, respect and friendship.

This extremely empowering and unifying theme is guaranteed to make Pride one of the most important events in Liverpool in July.

Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF)

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When: 20-21 July 2019

Where: Sefton Park

Get ready for Liverpool International Music Festival 2019 as it heads back to the beautiful Sefton Park for a weekend of amazing music this July.

We’re just going to get straight to the point, however, and talk about Saturday’s superstar headliner, who is none other than Grammy Award-winning composer, producer and white suit wearing god Nile Rodgers, and his band CHIC.

With major live performances from NAO, Maverick Sabre and Anton Powers, to name but a few, LIMF is set to take Sefton Park by storm.

Blitzed: Liverpool Lives – Photography Exhibition

 

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When: 14 June – 4 July 2019

Where: Museum of Liverpool

80 years on, The Museum of Liverpool have captured the devastation and ruggedness of both Liverpool and the people who lived here during the Blitz in a rare set of photographs.

Displaying over 60 images taken by the local police force from 1940-41, this new photography exhibition at The Museum of Liverpool reveals the devastation the bombing caused to the lives of local Liverpudlians.

Through heart-warmingly personal accounts, this exhibition brings alive the war through the eyes of those who lived through the devastation. What promises to be one of the most poignant events in Liverpool in July, Blitz: Liverpool Lives is truly unmissable.

No-Wave Music Quiz: 00s Indie Special

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When: 1 July 2019

Where: Phase One

Grab your skinny jeans, lase up your converse and dig out your tightest, obscurest band T-shirt and head down to Phase One for the No-Wave, 00s Indie Music Quiz.

This too cool for school quiz includes over 30 questions covering everything from general music conundrums to the most indie of questions. Cash prizes, amongst more obscure prizes, are handed out for the best dressed contest in addition to the quiz champion.

One of the funniest events in Liverpool in July, the No-Wave, 00s Indie Music Quiz is not to be missed.

The Vitality Netball World Cup

When: 12-21 July 2019 

Where: M&S Bank Arena

 

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This July, the world’s best teams will compete to be crowned world champions, as Liverpool plays host to the Netball World Cup. Head down to the Albert Dock this summer and cheer your country onto glory. A great day out, nonetheless, the Netball World Cup is certainly not to be missed.

Disco Festival Summer Garden Party

 

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When: 6 July 2019

Where: Constellations

A day and night of disco, house, funk and soul, this summer garden party promises to be unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. From stunning visual screens and outdoor stage production to amusing inflatables and delicious drinks, the team down at The Baltic Triangle sure do know how to throw a party.

Hot on the heels of last years summer garden party, the team have returned for their main event of the year as they warm up for the SunceBeat festival in sunny Croatia.

So, make sure to head down to Constellations this summer for what promises to be one of the best, most liveliest events in Liverpool in July.

Lets Rock Liverpool

 

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When: 27 July 2019

Where: Croxteth Country Park

Located in the gorgeous Croxteth Park, Lets Rock Liverpool is returning to Liverpool this July.

From Black Lace and Tony Hadley to The Human League and Midge Ure, Lets Rock Liverpool is your sole provider of retro, 80s classics this summer. Indeed, this family-fun music festival has led the way since 2009 and is now on its way to rock Liverpool.

So, take a trip down memory lane and get your groove on at Lets Rock Liverpool – one of the craziest events in Liverpool in July.

Brazilica

 

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When: 13 July 2019

Where: Liverpool

Brazilica is back and bigger than ever before.

Brazilica is returning with a whole new programme of events, including a week long film festival, samba school and a carnival that’d put Rio de Janerio to shame. Venues are yet to be announced; however, this immersive event is set to celebrate everything South America is about.

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

Head over to our Facebook page today and let us know how you got on at any of these amazing events – we can’t wait to hear from you.

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