Spring has officially sprung, and it’s about fucking time if you ask us! So now the sun has finally decided to make an appearance, it’s time to drag ourselves out of our hibernation and get out and about – but if you need a little inspiration here are our picks of things to do this April in Liverpool!
Liverpool Food, Drink and Lifestyle Festival, 15th and 16th April, Sefton Park
True to the variety suggested by its name, Liverpool Food, Drink and Lifestyle Festival are bringing an eclectic mix of street food and exotic intoxicants to Sefton Park. Catering to all the family, the so-called Kid’s Village is tailored to enthral your children with a Pick and Mix House and an impressive Birds of Prey exhibition. A sushi master class and a whisky lounge are just two examples of many that are sure to occupy your attention all weekend.
Liverpool Spring Gin Festival, 29th and 30th April, The Great Baltic Warehouse
For those of you that are more single-minded, Liverpool Spring Gin Festival may be the ideal event for you. Independent Liverpool is hosting two days of gin-drinking and live music, catered by the best independent eateries. Set in the secluded wonder that is the Great Baltic Warehouse, experts and novices alike can indulge in the finest local gin.
Betway Premier League Darts, 13th April – Echo Arena
The darts is almost as popular for its raucous atmosphere as it is for the sport itself. For those of you not properly acquainted with darts, it has evolved into quite the spectacle, you may be pleasantly surprised by the pyrotechnics and strobe lighting that accompany the players as they walk out to the oche. The likes of Michael Van Gerwen and Phil Taylor are gracing Liverpool with their presence as ten of the very best darts players across the world battle it out for top spot.
The Who, 3rd April – Echo Arena
Legendary globe-trotting rock outfit The Who are blessing us with a gig at the Echo Arena on 3rd April. Treating the audience with a revival of their performances from the Woodstock era, The Who are set to build their live show around their fourth studio album – the rock opera Tommy. It is set to be an electrifying performance, making it an essential for any rock fan.
If none of these options quite take your fancy, well we don’t know what to tell you? Only joking, there’s so much to do around Liverpool this month so if you’re stuck slide into our DMs on Twitter for more suggestions.