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Liverpool Travel Guide

Liverpool Nightlife

Liverpool's nightlife is legendary with wealth of musical achievement always has something for every one. There are a huge range of venues within bars, pubs and clubs where enjoy and pass an unforgettable night in the city and reason why Liverpool is one of the UK's most popular hotspots and attracts people of all around the world.

Live music venues, clubs, restaurants, cafes, and an enormous variety of drinking bars ranging from superb, traditional public houses to the latest designer-chic cafes and cabaret venues, all combine to make Liverpool's night scene one of the liveliest in the UK.

Big names, such as Cream, have now made way for a whole new generation of clubs and club nights.

Around Concert Square in the city centre are concentrated a vast range of late bars, clubs and pubs offering loud music and drinks. Some of the most popular venues are Baby Blue or the Blue Bar & Grill, both on Edward Pavilion at Albert Dock. Baa Bar on Fleet Street is another trendy place that has a laid back style and is popular with young people.

The Clubbing scene in Liverpool has a great variety of venues but the most popular club night is Cream at Nation off Slater Street.

The Live Music is one features of the city. Cavern Club on Mathew Street in the heart of the Cavern Quarter where The Beatles first made their name is a great place to hear live music with local bands often performing afternoon sets at the weekend. The Zanzibar Club on Seel Street is another popular venue with an excellent reputation for its live music programme. There are plenty of other small- to mid-size venues that put on live acts dotted around the city. Bigger music acts can be seen at the Liverpool Carling Academy on Hotham Street.

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