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Best 5 places to celebrate Boxing Night in Liverpool

Christmas Day might be all about overeating, TV specials and family time but Boxing Day is when the real party starts. If you’ve yet to decide where to head this 26 December, take a look at our favourite Boxing Night celebrations taking place around Liverpool.

 

Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club, Camp and Furnace

If you’re sick of festive tunes already and just the opening chimes of ‘Do they know it’s Christmas?’  is starting to make you long for January, head down to Camp and Furnace for some seriously good music courtesy of Craig Charles.

Tickets: £17.50 (lower priced tickets have sold out)

 

Mr Scruff, The Merchant

The legendary DJ and producer brings his inimitable style to The Merchant. Expect customary marathon sets and a whole host of genres from jazz and soul to new wave.

Tickets: £12

 

Michael Jackson v Prince, Buyers Club

2016 was the year we bade farewell to some of music’s greatest stars, including the legendary Prince. So what better way to mark the festive season than by celebrating his music along with that of another late but great superstar, Michael Jackson.

Tickets: £3 on the door

 

Liverpool Disco Festival, Constellations

Liverpool Disco Festival is back with a festive Boxing Day special featuring John Morales and Sadar Bahar. Tickets are selling quickly following the sell out event over Halloween weekend so you’ll need to move fast.

Tickets: £12-15 in advance (early bird tickets have sold out)

 

Allister whitehead, The Magnet

Spend Boxing Night with one of the seminal players on the dance music scene. Allister Whitehead has been DJing for more than three decades and still manages to excite fans and draw in the crowds. Join him for a night of house classics at The Magnet with Jon Pleased Wimmin and Andy Carroll.

Tickets £20

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