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City Breaks UK Liverpool 2018

Everyday. Everyone.

Ancient discoveries. Modern culture. Future trends.

Incredible events. 365 days. One very special year.

A special year for city breaks in the UK. 

A very special year for city breaks in Liverpool. 

Be part of it.

  1. Feast of Fire
    Walk the Plank, the team behind Liverpool Capital of Culture’s incredible opening and closing ceremonies, returns to the city in 2018 with a flaming good addition to the year’s festivities.
  2. Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta
    The Tall Ships are visiting Liverpool in 2018 and they'll be joined by Bordeaux Wine Festival.
  3. Why Millennials Love Liverpool
    There's a reason that millennial travellers love Liverpool for a City Break in the UK. In fact there's loads of reasons, come and read them.
  4. Liverpool Biennial; Beautiful World, Where are You?
    The 10th edition of Liverpool Biennial will take place in Liverpool in 2018. Book a city break in the UK now.
  5. China's First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors
    China's First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors are coming to Liverpool. Book a City Break in the UK for 2018 to see this wonder of the world.
  6. Clipper Round the World Race
    ook a city break to the UK now and head to Liverpool to see the home coming of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.
  7. Plan Your Visit
    Plan a city break in the UK to Liverpool for 2018. Here's how to get here, how to get around and all the info you need.
  8. Tate Liverpool at 30
    Visit Tate Liverpool as it celebrates 30 years in Liverpool with a blockbuster exhibition starring Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman.
  9. Rapid Response Unit will put art and culture at the heart of the news agenda, and Liverpool at the heart of every story, as national and international artists respond to global events as they happen.
    1. 28 Feb 201830 Nov 2018
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  10. Explore the most exciting and renowned artists from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
    Coinciding with China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors Exhibition at the World Museum around the corner, feat your eyes on a complementary exhibition of cutting edge contemporary art that celebrates our current relationship with China and looks to the future.
    1. 9 Feb 20183 Jun 2018
  11. 10 years on from the Year of the Rat in 2008, the city of Liverpool will celebrate the year of the Dog with a kaleidoscope of culture, art, sights and sounds. A three day celebration will take place across Liverpool's historic Chinatown in February 2018.
    1. 27 Jan 201729 Jan 2017
    2. 16 Feb 201818 Feb 2018

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  1. 2008 - 2018 then, now and what could be.
    2008 - 2018 then, now and what could be.
  2. LIMF is back for 2018
    Liverpool International Music Festival returns for 2018 promising world-famous names alongside the best new musical talent, all brought together in what remains Europe’s biggest free music event.
    1. 20 Jul 201723 Jul 2017
    2. 21 Jul 201822 Jul 2018
  3. China Dream will celebrate Liverpool and China's connection.
    Chinese New Year heralds the start of China Dream, a nine-month season of cultural commissions from contemporary Chinese artists, all coinciding with the famous Terracotta Warriors’ first European visit in a generation.
    1. 16 Feb 201831 Oct 2018
  4. Liverpool Feis will bring the best in Irish music for a celebration like no other
    A brand new event celebrating the best of Irish culture will bring some of the biggest names in contemporary and traditional Irish music to Liverpool.
    1. 7 Jul 2018
  5. The Clothes Show returns to Liverpool in 2018
    Liverpool takes to the runway to give 2018 a stylish lift off as the British Style Collective returns to the city for a second year. Expect four fabulous days of fashion and fun.
    1. 7 Jul 20179 Jul 2017
    2. 19 Oct 201821 Oct 2018
  6. Liverpool's free, volunteer led Pride festival. Celebrating diversity, equality, love & life in the Liverpool City Region.
    1. 28 Jul 201829 Jul 2018
  7. Rewire is part of Liverpool 2018
    Prepare for a sensory overload as Liverpool’s FACT and Leeds-based artistic wizards Invisible Flock take over the historic Toxteth Reservoir for Rewire, a playful participatory event where technology and magic become one.
    1. 14 Sep 20186 Oct 2018
  8. Brittle Heart Liverpool
    A season of work to commemorate both the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One as well as women’s right to vote, will look at the world a century ago and aim to draw comparisons with 2018 and the future.
    1. 5 Nov 201811 Nov 2018
  9. Future-World-of-Work Season in Liverpool
    In The Future of Work, commissioned artists will create a ‘series of provocations’ addressing the question – with A.I. set to take up to half of human jobs in the next two decades, what does that mean for society?
    1. 1 May 201831 Jul 2018
  10. The Art of Football will be a celebration like no other
    World Cup fever will grip Liverpool in summer 2018, and The Art of Football - a month-long season of celebratory events exploring the deep-rooted culture of the beautiful game - will kick off with the start of the hotly-contested competition.
    1. 14 Jun 201815 Jul 2018
  11. Following sold out crowds in London 2012 and Rio 2016 the sport continues to grow apace internationally and 192 athletes will travel to Liverpool in 2018 in their quest to become World Champion.
    1. 9 Aug 201819 Aug 2018
  12. A colourful festival of live African and Caribbean music, in the UK’s largest free celebration of African music and culture.
    1. 17 Jun 201718 Jun 2017
    2. 16 Jun 201817 Jun 2018
  13. Smash the keys is a music festival where the piano takes centre stage
    Smash the Keys is a 10-day music festival that puts the humble piano centre stage. Expect to hear all forms and genres, from jazz to grime, hip hop to swing – played by some of the biggest names in music.
    1. 20 Sep 201830 Sep 2018
  14. See the lost castles of Liverpool recreated with cardboard
    Liverpool will welcome French artist Olivier Grossetête - renowned for recreating extraordinary structures out of cardboard – who will work with communities to recreate lost castles from across Liverpool and its surrounding areas in the exact places they once stood!
    1. 11 Aug 201812 Aug 2018

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