Celebrate Eurovision with our music map of Liverpool

Liverpool is famous for both its legendary music scene and warm welcome, making it the perfect place to host this year's Eurovision. And to celebrate this city's lively music and nightlife scene, we've created an illustrated map showcasing the various districts across the city that know how to throw a party or three! For even more inspiration, see below for our extensive list of bars, clubs, pubs and venues to visit in each of the areas.

The Waterfront

  • British Music Experience: Journey through 70 years of British music and eye up priceless memorabilia including musical instruments and original lyrics scribbled on scraps of paper from the likes of Queen, New Order and Oasis.
  • Liverpool Arena: When the riverside arena isn’t hosting world-famous events like Eurovision this venue that has a capacity to hold 11,000 people and welcomes big names in music and entertainment.
  • The Beatles Story: Explore the history and legacy of the iconic band through interactive exhibits, original instruments, and fascinating memorabilia.
  • Museum of Liverpool: Discover the city's history, people, and deep rooted connect to music through a range of exhibits and artefacts at this waterfront museum.
  • Invisible Wind Factory: A multidisciplinary music space that hosts cutting-edge events, performances, and installations, featuring local and international performers.
  • Blackstone Street Warehouse: This vast warehouse space hosts show-stopping club nights, famous DJs, gigs and exhibitions on Liverpool's North Dock.


  • The Zanzibar: A legendary music venue that has hosted countless up-and-coming bands and established acts, known for its intimate atmosphere and lively crowds.
  • Kazimier Stockroom: A unique event space within the Invisible Wind Factory, offering a immersive setting for creative projects, performances, and exhibitions.
  • Jimmy's Liverpool: A vibrant music venue and bar, known for its eclectic programming, great drinks, and lively atmosphere, with frequent gigs and DJ sets.
  • Jacaranda: A landmark music venue and bar, famous for its connection to the early days of The Beatles and its support of emerging talent in Liverpool's music scene.
  • Heebie Jeebies: A popular nightlife spot with three floors of music, drinks, and dancing, including a basement club and a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city.
  • Phase One: An intimate music venue and bar, hosting a range of up-and-coming and established acts in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with great sound and lighting.
  • Albert Schloss: A lively Bavarian-inspired bar and restaurant, featuring live music, cabaret, and DJ sets, and serving up sharing platters and inventive cocktails in a festive atmosphere.

Cavern Quarter

  • Hard Days Night Hotel: A luxurious Beatles-themed hotel in the heart of Liverpool, featuring stylish rooms, a fine-dining restaurant, a bar, and a rooftop lounge with stunning city views.
  • Cavern Club: A historic music venue that launched the careers of The Beatles and many other legendary bands, still hosting live music and events to this day.
  • Rubber Soul: A popular Beatles-themed bar and restaurant, offering food and drink in a cosy and welcoming atmosphere, with regular live music and themed events.
  • The Cavern Pub: A bustling pub located opposite the Cavern Club, with live music and DJ sets throughout the week.
  • The Grapes: A traditional boozer frequented by The Beatles and other famous artists over the years, serving great beer and pub food.

Baltic Triangle

  • Camp and Furnace: One of the first bars to open in the Baltic Triangle continues to be a go-to for big sports and music events, local craft beer and weekend shenanigans.
  • 24 Kitchen Street: A creative hangout, hosting live music events and club nights with a focus on emerging artists and cutting-edge sounds.
  • District: A versatile space with a capacity of 800 people, hosting live music events, indie, house and pop club nights and comedy shows, all elevated with a state-of-the-art sound system and lighting.
  • Hangar 34: A warehouse venue with a capacity of up to 1,000 people, hosting live music events, club nights and festivals, some until 4am in the morning 
  • The Supper Club: An experiential restaurant and bar, that puts on cabaret, burlesque, and live music, in a fun and friendly setting.
  • Punch Tarmeys: Liverpool's largest Irish pub housed in the historical Cains Brewery serving a wide range of craft beers, Irish whiskeys and classic pub grub with live music on the weekends.

Pride Quarter

  • The Lisbon: A grade-II listed basement pub serving up reasonably priced cocktails and fun, themed events under an ornate-decorated ceiling.
  • Heaven: A late-night hotspot known for its showstopping drag shows and lively dance floors.
  • OMG Liverpool: A much-loved nightclub with karaoke,  multiple rooms and dance floors, playing the latest hits and dance anthems.
  • Masquerade Bar: A glitzy cocktail bar tucked down a side street hosting drag and DJ nights for over 25 years.
  • Superstar Boudoir: A super-friendly nightclub, famous for themed DJ nights, drag shows and karaoke.
  • Navy Bar: A cosy neighbourhood bar with DJs playing funky house, dance and techno on the weekends.

Knowledge Quarter

  • The Philharmonic Hall: The grade listed ‘Phil’ has seen everyone from Sir Paul McCartney to Elvis Costello grace it’s stage. It’s also home to the longest operating orchestra in the UK.
  • Williamson Tunnels: A unique space hosting live music events in a network of tunnels created by an eccentric businessman in the 19th century.
  • Ye Cracke: A historic and intimate pub, frequented by famous poets and musicians alike, include a young John Lennon. It serves real ales, pub food and, of course, hosts live music events.
  • Frederiks: A hip music venue on Hope St where award-winning cocktails and pizza are accompanied by live jazz bands.
  • The Tung Auditorium: A state-of-the-art event space, hosting live music performances with cutting-edge technology and high-quality acoustics.
  • Mountford Hall: A large and versatile concert hall, located on the campus of the University of Liverpool, hosting live music events, comedy shows, and other cultural happenings.

Other venues and bars in Liverpool

  • O2 Academy: A mid-sized venue is popular with touring acts and hosts a variety of music genres, from rock and indie to electronic and pop. 
  • Melodic Bar: Home to a radio station and a coffee shop, the Melodic Bar puts on live music almost every night of the week and focuses on showcasing emerging talent from an eclectic mix of genres.
  • St George’s Hall: This iconic neo-classical building is a cultural hub in the heart of Liverpool, with a packed calendar of classical music concerts and other performances.
  • Ma Egertons: A much-loved traditional pub that has been a fixture of Liverpool’s music scene since the 1800s, hosting live bands and singalongs in its cosy upstairs room.

VisitEngland would like to invite you to take part in a short survey about our website, it should take no more than a couple of minutes.

Go to the survey

To add items to favourites …

… you need to be logged in.

If you already have an account, log in.

Or register a

Access your account

Enter your e-mail address or username.
Enter the password that accompanies your e-mail.
Forgot your password? Recover your account
Don't have an account? Register an account