An image of the Mersey Ferries building with a red ball

RedBall Liverpool 15 - 24 July 2022.

One of the world’s longest running street artworks is bouncing into Liverpool.

Across ten days, RedBall Liverpool will appear in different areas around the city – some will be tourist hotspots, others more local or undiscovered locations meeting the audience on their own streets.

Each day the new location will be announced on & @redballproject social media channels.

The simplicity of the work is what makes it so impactful – giving audiences a moment of joy but also encouraging them to think differently about the places around them and view with fresh eyes places they may walk past or through every day.

As well as the main event, a number of engagement projects linked to the RedBall performance will be taking place in and around Everton Park and Toxteth.

RedBall Liverpool has been commissioned to help kickstart the summer in Liverpool and to encourage people to get out and explore all areas of the city. It has been made possible by support from Arts Council England and from Global Streets.

For more information on the global RedBall Project check out VisitLiverpool’s social channels and website along with to see daily updates when the ball arrives!

  1. Mersey Ferries building greyed out with a red ball graphic.

    RedBall Project - Frequently Asked Questions. RedBall Project is taking place across Liverpool this July and we've tried to answer any questions you may have below. 

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