Welcome to Liverpool
The Music City
Liverpool and music are synonymous, and there’s no other city that does it quite like we do. With a rich and diverse music history and talent from across the region, music is at the very heart of what makes Liverpool special. In 2015, Liverpool was designated as a UNESCO City Of Music and confirmed what we all knew, Liverpool is and always will be a music city.
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Liverpool’s musical reputation is built around the city’s innate ability to continue to generate talent like no other place on earth. From The Beatles through to Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Real Thing, Atomic Kitten, Rebecca Ferguson, Echo And The Bunnymen, The La’s, The Coral, CamelPhat, Yousef, the list goes on. That’s before you even look to the stars of today and beyond. With talent like Jamie Webster, Crawlers, The Mysterines, Red Rum Club, Stone, Girls Don’t Sync and Michael Aldag rising amongst the ranks representing the city on national and international platforms.
Liverpool knows how to go big, and we promise to throw a party you will never forget. From hosting the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards to welcoming the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine we don’t shy away from hosting a party for world class events. That’s not forgetting our incredible festival scene too, from Liverpool Sound City to On The Waterfront, Africa Oye, International Beatle Week, and Creamfields - festival season is like no other in Liverpool. Team all that with the outstanding reputation the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra holds across the world and the lengths people travel to experience a Cream or Circus club night, we’re a city to be beaten.
Want to know more?
Click here to find everything you need to know about music in Liverpool. From the artists to the venues, talent development programmes, global music businesses founded in the city, the importance of music tourism, the history of Liverpool’s music scene, the Liverpool City Region Music Board’s plans for the future and most importantly, the people behind making all this happen.
This is Liverpool. The city where music lives.