Where will you be when the ball drops?
The festive season can be stressful enough as it is, with Black Friday shopping, Christmas dinner planning and travelling the country to see your loved ones. And yet, to add to all that, most of us leave looking for that perfect NYE party until the last minute.
Stress-fest begone. We've handpicked a selection of the best NYE events happening on Saturday 31 December 2022 in Liverpool. Send this list to the group chat and start booking...
It’s time to get LOST at the Carnival. Camp & Furnace presents its biggest venue transformation to date with two rooms of music, circus performers, and loads more. House & Tech comes from DJs Dan Fresco and Riley, while room 2 has a hip-hop / grime / DnB vibe from Dan Hills.
67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY (9pm-4am, tickets £12+BF at Skiddle.)
They've gathered all the disco balls, unpacked the fingerless lace gloves and hired the light up dance-floor. For one night only, Baltic Market will be completely transforming into a throwback 80s prom where you can dance from 1982 into 2023. Dust off your velvet suits and put on your dancing platform shoes and come say goodbye to 2022 in style. Special 80s prom themed cocktails, free prosecco, local DJs, themed live big bands and some boss street food on offer. Expect glasses, spirits and the occasional roof to be raised.
107 Stanhope St, Liverpool L8 5RE (7pm-2am, tickets £30+BF from Skiddle)
Access all areas to four venues for one night only. In Demand radio take over Punch Tarmeys, while there’s unlimited video gaming at Arcains, plus beers and live music at Cains Brewery and the Courtyard. DJs include Steve Weaver, Steve Cocky, Sie Austin, Tommy Mc, Billie Clements, plus live music from Jack Bennett and more TBC. £10 wristband includes four venues under one roof.
39 Stanhope Street, Cains Brewery Village L8 5RE (5pm-3am, tickets £10 from TicketTailor)
See in the New Year in true PINS USA fashion. A welcome drink upon arrival followed by dancing and singing with Twisted Tubes, the roaming brass band. With dancers and live DJ, Dominic Dunn, all night long and a confetti ball drop when that clock strikes 12.
45 - 61 Duke St, Liverpool L1 5AP (7pm-2am, tickets £35+BF from Skiddle)
Another madcap event concept from the creative team at IWF, in collaboration with Keep It Cryptic, Social Hours and Sisu. Megalopolis is an expansive place of music and culture, sprawling across rooms and stages and taking the audience on a journey of both familiarity and new discovery. With bands, DJs, games, secret worlds, and the option to arrive early (limited availability) for some food and an intimate gig before it all ramps up. Line-up includes Galaxians, bop kaballa, dowd and dmc.
3 Regent Rd, Liverpool L3 7DS (7pm-4am, tickets from £25+bf at Skiddle.)
Greg Wilson - Dharma Collective: The first person to mix and scratch records live on UK TV, he forged an incredible early career with nights at Manchester's Legend and the iconic Hacienda. Expect a hybrid sound of the best elements of soul, funk, disco, party hip-hop, timeless dance and electro-funk edits. Greg has toured all over the world and this is a rare opportunity to see a DJ of this calibre in such an intimate setting. His Essential Mix for Radio 1 was voted in the Top 10 of all time and for good reason.
40 Slater St, Liverpool L1 4BX (9pm-3am, tickets £15+BF from Skiddle)
Comedy, live cabaret, bottomless brunch and a plethora of fabulous drag queens. 90 minutes of bottomless fizz and a one course meal to celebrate the New Year. Ideal if you can't be arsed with taxis and want to be in bed before 9pm. 14+
36 Hope St, Liverpool L1 9BX (12noon-2pm, tickets £45+BF from Skiddle)
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