Liverpool is famed for its nightlife, mostly thanks to a little help from their friends, The Beatles. From the smaller clubs with live music occasionally on offer through to the larger hangouts, here are Culture Trip’s favourites in the city!
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Level is Liverpool city centre’s largest multi-floor nightclub. Set over three floors of different genres, Level is home to some of the biggest DJs Liverpool has to offer, who play everything from house and dance to R&B and pop. Private booths are available for those special occasions!
Heebie Jeebies – or Heebie’s to Liverpudlians – is a trendy cocktail hangout, underground bar, live music venue and nightclub, all rolled into one building. During summer, head out to the courtyard, where quality DJs spin the best indie tunes you hate to admit you love.
Mansion is one of Liverpool’s premier nightclubs – and you’d think so too with the dress code “dress to impress”. Busiest on Saturday nights, Mansion mostly caters for house music fans and offers a number of VIP booth options for those looking to celebrate or simply have a secluded area away from the partying crowds.
Believe it or not, this converted church is a Latin-inspired restaurant and nightclub. Expect a real carnival atmosphere at Petal Shower Fridays & Saturdays, with colourful samba dancers and top-class DJs abound. Alma de Cuba is one of the city’s most popular clubs, so we’d recommend early arrival!
During the day Modo is a stylish cocktail bar, but come nightfall it transforms into a booming party spot – complete with multiple dance floors. Mostly used as a pre-club venue, Modo is the perfect place to start your night out thanks to its impressive array of drinks and welcoming atmosphere.