Costumes were recently part of an annual celebration held in the northwestern city. On November 18, Liverpool hosted the annual Long Night, which featured various events, and some revelers wore costumes to get into the spirit. In total, more than 50 places were opened late, showing various exhibitions, tours and performances. The night was also the official start of Christmas celebrations in the city and the first night of the DaDaFest 2010 International Festival.
Not only that, but the Cornerstone festival was held at the same time. Among the events that were offered to those who were in Liverpool at night was the Tate Liverpool Sound Relay, which was a great musical procession that led from the Philharmonic to Albert Dock and was called to two-year places along the route.
The organizers and Liverpool tonight describe the evening of the festival of art and culture, which the organizers call an ideal occasion to visit cultural spaces after hours. A special program of performances specifically for the celebration, with the Liverpool Harmonic Choir and the Neil Campbell Collective, as well as various exhibitions.
In addition, Salsa in Hope Street attended a dance-like class at the Merseyside Dance Initiative, while people were allowed to look at Liverpool from the viewing gallery of St. John’s Lighthouse in the tower. from Radio City. Around you could use the Under the Mud Bus Tour, which was held for free.
Events took place just a few weeks after many revelers in Liverpool went out in suits to celebrate Halloween. Pubs and clubs throughout the area were full of unusual outfits for the occasion.
The place itself is a wonderful haven for tourists with its attractive glazed atrium and is known for its luxurious rooms and some of the most popular restaurants. Vast and ready-to-shoot breathtaking views of the Potomac, as well as the impressive horizon, entice many visitors.