The night life of Liverpool

Liverpool is a small city and you don’t need to walk a long distance before you find bars and clubs which are on nearly every corner. The night life of Liverpool gets even better with great places to visit like Concert Square and Seel Street’s which is a laid back indie vibe. In Liverpool there is definitely something for everybody.

If you love listening to a wide variety of music from 80’s to hip hop then Concert Square is the place for you. It comes alive Friday and Saturday nights, were it attracts revellers from all over the UK who start flowing into bars and clubs that are sprawled all over the outdoor courtyard.

Krazyhouse is a 3 floored club and is a must visit if it’s your first night in Liverpool. The club is set in a former factory and each floor has a unique music policy.
If you are a student then you can’t afford to miss student-fest, this is a must do event for the Liverpool Fresher’s week calendar. The event will take over Concert Square on 26th September, which will combine 6 nightclubs, 12 arenas and over 5000 students will attend the fresher’s event.

Matthew Street is a stag/hen night party zone, but prices are normally inflated especially on weekends, but it’s worth it for a night to remember. Cavern Club is among the clubs located at Matthew street, this is the club that saw Beatles rise into fame. Definitely worth trying out if you like watching cover artists redoing some of the famous hits.

For the modern hyped indie boys and girls then “Le Bataeu” will work for you, it’s located on Duke Street and plays the latest and greatest collection in indie and electro each Friday and Saturday nights.

The Masque is a new club that has a capacity of 600 in the main room, it brings the biggest and most entertaining club nights around like “Chibuku” which has upcoming headliners who include Hospitality, Sub Focus, Adam Beyer, Annie Mac-and Circus.

mUmU hosts a collection of dance music and showcases the best Dj’s, re-mixers and Producers in fields related to Techno, electronic and deep house to music lovers in Silo Club.

Liverpool may be “small” city but the night life makes it bigger, with bigger clubs, bars and concerts. So on your night out your only problem may be you have too many options to choose from.