A New Roller Disco With Street Food And Cocktails Has Arrived In Liverpool

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer

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Get your skates on for a fun-filled night!

Rolling into spring, it’s now time to plan some excitement in our calendars and this brand new roller disco which includes street food and cocktails, plus a ‘floating spaceship’, is out of this world. The new concept, known as the Rollerdrome, has been launched by the creators behind Liverpool’s Invisible Wind Factory, as well as The Kazimier and Kazimier Garden, meaning your night out here is likely to be pretty special.

Invisible Wind Factory’s iconic venue on Regent Road will be transformed into a unique roller-skating experience which debuted on May 22, with skaters of all abilities welcome, from beginners to advanced, across a range of classes. The first season’s theme is an interplanetary disco with mirrored geometry, laser grids and a giant floating spaceship, creating an other-worldly adventure.

Some of the new additions to Invisible Wind Factory include a permanent wooden dance floor and a range of quality skating gear to hire. If you fancy a bite to eat, there will also be street food on offer plus a café and bar service with cocktails and soft drinks available.

Invisible Wind Factory’s Rollerdrome will offer a wide range of fitness classes and skating events each week, collaborating with a host of skaters, promoters and artists. The skate nights will also feature a range of music genres to roll along to including classic and rare disco, house, soul and jazz funk. One of the main collaborations is with Liverpool Disco Festival who will host a range of events featuring international DJs and live acts under their own banner, ‘United Skates’ every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Invisible Wind Factory said: “We’ve taken this opportunity to link fitness and sport activities with an immersive audio visual experience, and we’re really excited about turning fitness on its head to create something genuinely experimental and unseen before.

“We will continue to host world-class live music and club nights, working with local and national promoters but with more on offer during, the daytimes. After a year or more away, we want to offer people the ultimate dance floor to return to.”

The rollerdrome has recently launched an outdoor terrace that is open from 4pm, and is described as “an absolute sun trap!” Here you can enjoy some drinks as well as a bite to eat from Invisiburger who serve, you guessed it, burgers. They also serve shakes, including ones topped with party rings too!

Invisible Wind Factory added that the safety of visitors is paramount with stringent plans in place to ensure a safe and Covid secure experience for all visitors from start to finish. Tickets and information are available here.

IWF Rollerdrome, 3 Regent Road, L3 7DS

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