No doubt, you have heard of a few musical talents to come from the city, so why not explore The Cavern Club to find out where it all began for The Beatles – the club is steeped in musical history.
During the 60s, the Liverpool venue featured many acts that were part of the Mersey beat scene, which defined the music of the decade. It also played host to other big acts during the 80s, such as Echo and the Bunnymen, The Teardrop Explodes and Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Other musical talents that performed at the Liverpool music venue during the 90s included the La’s, Boo Radley’s and The Farm. This century, it’s the Zutons, The Coral and the Wombats.
So if you are in the mood for music during your relaxing stay at the Heywood House Hotel, then you should take a short stroll to this club so you can spot the next big thing at one of the city’s best and most famous nightspots in Liverpool.
This vibrant city is also home to many different kinds of nightclubs and bars that also appeal to clubbers into dance music, as well as music lovers who prefer live music.
Take your pick from some of the best most renowned nightlcubs in the country and party your heart out. it’s not just pop that’s big in Liverpool.
It also hosts a wide variety of music festivals for a great mix of jazz, classic and rock acts all year round. For example, the Mathew Street Festival is a free live rock and pop music event that attracts over 300,000 people every year.
It is staged at the end of International Beatles Week, which is one of the biggest music events in the world. This event includes bands from over 20 countries and fans from over 40 nations.
Liverpool Sound City is another great festival that features bands, DJs and artists who perform over four days every May in the Cavern Club and the Hard Day’s Night Hotel.
And then there is Liverpool Music Week, which is a Winter indoor festival that takes place in December and features over 250 live bands over 26 venues. For more information, visit: www.visitliverpool.com