Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle recently got a new addition to its vibrant hospitality scene with the opening of Arts Bar. This new venture, located within our music and tech hub, Elevator Studios, promises to offer something for everyone, whether you’re a music lover, a community group, or just looking for a great night out. Arts Bar launched on the 10th of March 2023. Singer-songwriter Ben Paveley and drummer Jacob Carlton performed together, as well as the Queensway collective which promotes underrepresented electronic music artists in Merseyside.
One of the most exciting aspects of Arts Bar is its commitment to showcasing some of Liverpool’s best talent. The venue will regularly host live music events featuring a variety of local artists, covering everything from indie rock to electronic. With Liverpool’s rich musical history, there’s no doubt that Arts Bar will become a must-visit spot for music lovers across the city.
However, the Arts Bar is more than just a music venue. It’s also a space for community groups, societies, and companies to call home. The venue will be available to hire for events, and parties, and will offer a range of flexible options to suit all needs. With its central location and stylish interior, Arts Bar is sure to become a popular choice for those looking for a unique and versatile space for their next event.
Of course, no great venue would be complete without food and drink, and Arts Bar has that covered too. The menu features a range of dishes, including vegan and vegetarian options, as well as a selection of craft beers, cocktails, and wines. So whether you’re looking for a quick bite to eat before a gig or a leisurely evening meal with friends, Arts Bar has something to suit every taste.
With its combination of live music, flexible event space, and great food and drink, Arts Bar is set to become one of the Baltic Triangle’s hottest new spots. Whether you’re a regular or a first-time visitor, the team behind Arts Bar is sure to make you feel welcome and provide an unforgettable experience. So why not pay them a visit and see what all the fuss is about?
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