An Iconic Hotspot – The Baltic Triangle in Liverpool
Liverpool celebrates some of the best examples of creative industries throughout the Baltic Triangle. One of the most popular Liverpool property investment hotspots, it is a cauldron of enterprise that forms Liverpool’s nucleus for eclectic nightlife, alternative music, unique eateries and unforgettable festivals with an ethos of work hard and play even harder.
This is Liverpool’s answer to the city that never sleeps. Snazzy offices tucked away in restored garden sheds and unusual office designs form the hang out for professionals, but it is in the evening that the Baltic comes truly alive. An array of music venues, events spaces and late-night garage raves tempt thousands of people away from their everyday lives; finding themselves nestled within the Baltic’s bohemian district.
Camp and Furnace
A dusting of twinkling bare bulbs, deep-set sofas to schmooze on in front of warm open log fires and a sprinkle of Scandinavian spirit combines to create the brightest jewel in the Baltic Triangle’s crown.
The cavernous industrial warehouse of Camp and Furnace takes you on a whirlwind journey through different genres, tastes, feelings and emotions but leaves you with a heart full of love, admiration and a taste for good food, chilled vibes and probably a hefty hangover.
From lobsters to street food, 70s disco to reggae jams, Spice Girls to Sex Pistols, the Camp and Furnace is one of Liverpool’s most loved spaces. It is no surprise it was ranked second in the Times 20 Coolest Restaurants in Britain.
Liverpool Sound City
One of Liverpool’s most anticipated festivals, Liverpool Sound City is a vibrant assortment of music and arts from around the world. It embraces the spirit of the underground whilst scouting the next generation of talent through performances from some of the very best bands – coined ‘an odyssey of discovery’.
Approximately 250 hotly tipped new bands and headliners sets pulses raising to perform electrifying beats to the droves on a pulsating stage. Introducing a new wave, this musical epicentre of the Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle will throw more genres into the mix. Grime and urban stars will rub shoulders with an eclectic range of sounds and styles from electronica, indie, rock, pop and psych.
Constellations & The Observatory
Breathing life into Liverpool’s renascent Baltic Triangle is a warren of intimate venues, but this one is extremely special, and one with a constantly evolving story. Independently spirited, this space is regenerated and recycled with love and advertised as a place to experience, discover, relax and escape a while under the sun and the stars.
Curated and designed by likeminded people with a passion for the city’s business and music sectors, Constellations prides itself on diversity ranging from late-night parties to modern contemporary music, art exhibitions, conferences and seminars.
Consisting of two unique spaces, the garden and outdoor bar is built upon a disused industrial recycling yard still paying homage to its roots. Proud winner of a national design award for woodwork in 2015, the bar’s handmade oak canopy is an immediate crowd pleaser showcasing its geometric design as a striking backdrop. After being featured in The Times, this has quickly become an iconic urban hotspot in the Baltic Triangle.
From day to night the venue completely changes, the smells of freshly roasted coffee, loose leaf tea collections and a selection of delectable home-baked cakes is replaced with brewed craft beers, winter warmer cocktails and locally sourced spirits, creating a perfect recipe for memorable visits whilst basking in the summer heat or getting snuggly around the winter bonfire.
Constellations is a blank canvas, a chameleon ready to adapt to its surroundings and anything you throw at it. Host to a galaxy of diverse events, from the Liverpool Craft Beer Expo to the Liverpool Disco Festival and absolutely everything in between.
Liverpool Disco Festival
“Liverpool, I guess like most cities has its own biorhythms. Sometimes we’re up, sometimes we’re down. We’re definitely on the upswing now.” – David Lloyd, SevenStreets.
Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle experiences a citywide explosion of riveting music, intriguing art and unforgettable culture and over the last five years has helped to nourish and create a nucleus of innovation, integration and celebration. The Liverpool Disco Festival is a perfect example of this as it effortlessly blends together scouse spirit, determination and a city that isn’t scared to try something a little different.
Liverpool Disco Festival is a multi-venue takeover luring hordes from all over the country with a weekend that propels the Baltic Triangle into complete shutdown as roads become closed from sheer numbers of people. Celebrating the legacy of underground dance music inspired by Chicago and New York City leaves crowds feeling united with the heartbeat of disco rhythms.
Binary Festival was established in 2016, and two years later it still stands as one of the city’s most recognised festivals placing Liverpool firmly on the map for leading the UK’s digital revolution.
Mark Lawler, Managing Director for Baltic Creative CIC said:
“Baltic Creative CIC are again delighted to sponsor Binary Festival for its second year running. We hope to see individuals and businesses, not only from Liverpool but from across the north-west, descending on our city to come together, share stories, talk about all things tech and get inspired.”
The home of bingo! When you think of bingo you tend to imagine blindingly tacky carpets, rusty old machinery and a boring monotonous man at the front of the room calling numbers until you fall asleep. After you take a visit to Bongo’s Bingo those notions quickly become a distant memory.
Bongo’s Bingo is quite frankly like no other and is the exact opposite of your usual bingo expectations – brilliantly bonkers, wickedly wild and 100% berserk.
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