It’s nearly spring, and as the weather hopefully begins to warm up there are tons of things to do this March in Liverpool. Not only are there endless incredible events popping up all over the city but we will also celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and Mother’s Day! So, check out our list of unmissable events in the city this month.
1. Check out BODA’s ’90s party for singles
On March 4, Bored of Dating Apps will celebrate its first birthday with an incredible ’90s party. Expect all of your favourite tunes from back in the days of Spice Girls and TLC and plenty of single people just looking to hang out and enjoy themselves.
Let’s face it, dating apps can be a bit frustrating but this in-person event will be more of a relaxed affair. You can book your tickets here and then head to LEAF on Bold Street for what promises to be a fun-filled night!
2. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
It’s that time of year again and, as always, Baltic Market will be throwing a week-long party to celebrate! From March 15-19 there will be live music every day, a visit from Jonny Bongo and the Six Nations will be playing on a big screen.
Expect themed cocktails, endless Guinness and whiskey and even an ‘Irish slush’. It’s going to be a huge event so make sure not to miss it. You can read more about it on the website.
3. Hear Calvin Harris’ songs by Candlelight
On March 10, the iconic St. George’s Hall will be filled with the glow of hundreds of flickering candles as the talented 14-piece Kaleidoscope Orchestra perform the best of Calvin Harris’ songs. It’s going to be a truly unmissable event.
Perfect for date night, this hour-long concert will feature songs such as ‘This Is What You Came For’ and ‘We Found Love’. You can book the 7 pm or 9 pm concert and the venue is wheelchair accessible.
4. Catch The Coalescence at Liverpool Cathedral
March is your last chance to see the colossal Coalescence artwork at Liverpool Cathedral, which will be around until March 12. This impressive sculpture is made up of thousands of pieces of coal, suspended from the ceiling.
It’s the creation of internationally acclaimed British designer Paul Cocksedge and the half a ton of coal represents how much power it takes to keep a single 200W light bulb switched on for a year. The artwork uses anthracite, a type of coal that reflects light, creating a beautiful shimmering effect on the ceiling.
5. Chuckle at a comedy night
As the days grow longer and a lot of us start to perk up in anticipation of summer, give yourself a nice dose of laughter at one of Liverpool’s many hilarious comedy nights. There are plenty to choose from but there are two, in particular, happening this March.
On March 2 at 8.30 pm in Crosby, Laugh Hard Comedy will be on hand to make you laugh. If you’re a standup fan then keep an eye on their website for future events, too!
Thursday Night Live also showcases rising talent on the comedy circuit every week at Hot Water Comedy Club. You can book tickets to see their sets here.
6. Improve your painting skills
Why not try your hand at painting this March? Paint Away run classes in Liverpool regularly, where you can find friends, improve your skills and relax. Check out their Instagram page for more information on future sessions.
This March, as always, the trees will bloom with beautiful cherry blossom and you simply can’t afford to miss the stunning display that nature puts on. Check out our list of the best places to see cherry blossom in Liverpool for some inspiration and maybe even bring a picnic with you!