Things to Do This Spring!

Things to Do This Spring!

Looking for things to do this spring? Whether you love art, music, food, sport or anything in between, we guarantee you'll find amazing things to do in Liverpool. Check out some of our top picks below!


Head to The Bluecoat on School Lane for British artist Emma Smith’s free solo exhibition, Euphonia. Opening on Friday 27 April and running until Sunday 24 June, it’s suitable for all ages. The ground-breaking new sound installation is based on the music of social communication and is an interactive experience that illustrates how we unconsciously make music through interlocking rhythms, pitch and tone when we engage in friendly interactions, such as chit chat with friends.

Sound is drawn from visitors to the exhibition, so you’ll be encouraged to interact with a specially designed musical score, soak up the sound installations or just sit down and read.


Atomic Brass

If you love jazz and funk, you need to head to Liverpool ONE Saturday 28 April. We’ve got the incredible Atomic Brass in to perform!

Formed in 2016, Atomic Brass are a band that have gone from strength to strength. After supporting American group Hypnotic Brass and twice headlining Liverpool’s Jacaranda club, they’re now supporting world-famous Too Many Zooz on the North West portion of their latest tour on 14 May. Come and enjoy their cool blend of jazz and funk around Liverpool ONE from 9am to 7pm!




Picnic boats

Pack some lunch or grab some at one of our many restaurants and enjoy a picnic in the park! Our picnic boats are back on Chavasse Park and provide the perfect place to enjoy some tasty food under the sun.

Featuring the flags of the top 9 world cup all time rankings – Brazil, Italy, Germany, Uruguay, Argentina, England, France and Spain – you can represent your favourite team while you dine in the great outdoors.


China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors

For over 2,000 years, an underground army of life-sized terracotta warriors secretly guarded the tomb of China’s First Emperor, Qin Shi Huang, until a chance discovery in 1974 unlocked the mysteries of a vanished empire.

Amazing pieces from this historic find – some of which have never been on show in the UK before – are now on display at the World Museum. Buy a ticket and prepare to be blown away by these spectacular artefacts – this is an event not to be missed! Book your tickets now.




Treasure Island

There’s nothing more magical than the written word. Bring the family along to Treasure Island by GUESS on Paradise Street and take part in an exciting literary adventure.

Inspired by Robert louis Stevenson’s iconic Treasure Island, help the Story Shipmates discover hidden clues and get them off the island with the power of stories! Combining live storytelling with imaginative play, this is an experience the whole family will love. Book your tickets now.


Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool turns 30 this year and to celebrate it’s put a whole host of treats together. One man who has been a constant presence at the gallery is art handling manager, Ken Simons. His exhibition Ken’s Show: Exploring the Unseen features some of his favourite work over the years, including Mark Rothko’s Light Red Over Black, Hepworth, Turner and more, showcasing the very best of the art world.

Other highlights include the exhibition Life in Motion, which explores Egon Schiele’s use of motion in drawing and photography as well as the work of American photographer Francesca Woodman and her daring images using the human form.




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