Tucked away on Jamaica Street in the Baltic Triangle is Hobo Kiosk. … Offering something completely different from the usual haunts of Liverpool City Centre bars and pubs, Hobo Kiosk truly represents its name as a hobo venue.
Last year, Baltic Creative CIC announced their partnership with 92 Degrees Coffee, delivering a brand new café space in the heart of the Baltic Triangle. 92 Degrees have been successfully trading for the past few years at their Hardman Street location in the Georgian Quarter, where they have established themselves as a firm favourite amongst […]
An intimate, funky addition to the Baltic Triangle, Brick Street is a venue to enjoy great music, great rum and great atmosphere! Friday evening, Saturday daytime and evening: Live music (wristbands only)
St Michael in the City is the Anglican church for the Chinatown, Ropewalks and Baltic Triangle areas of Liverpool city centre and main venue for Threshold Festival’s visual arts.
Ditto Coffee embraces the local creative community. At its heart, Ditto Coffee serves as a hub to celebrate and promote local music, making it a perfect venue for live music at Threshold Festival. Saturday day and evening: Clinics/music industry advice from Rob Eakins Saturday evening: Live music from acoustic acts
24 Kitchen Street has emerged as one of Liverpool’s leading mixed-use independent music and arts spaces. Regular club nights, poetry workshops and performance art events are hosted here, earning the venue a legendary status amongst the city’s creative community. Saturday (Daytime and evening): Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge/Live music curated by Mellowtone. (Pay on door or wristbands)
A creative space in Baltic Triangle’s 92 Degrees Coffee and the home of some of Threshold Festival’s visual arts. Friday evening/Saturday (daytime and evening)