What’s on Stage: Liverpool in February & March

Fancy a bit of live music to cheer up an otherwise glum winter? Find cheap hotels in Liverpool city centre before heading off to your gig of choice for a cracking evening of entertainment.

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac are probably the closest you can get to the real thing – so good, in fact, that they were endorsed by the founder himself, Mick Fleetwood. Join them on the Rumours tour, in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the original Rumours album and sit in awe at the breathtaking tribute that they provide. You can see them at the Philharmonic Hall on the 15th February.

American folk rockers, The Lumineers can be found at the O2 Academy on the 17th February in support of their hugely successful self-titled debut album that was released last year and made its way into the top 10 albums chart.

Teen heartthrob, Justin Beiber, will be playing to what will undoubtedly be an audience full of screaming girls, at the Echo Arena on the 24th February. Is your teenager a Belieber? If so, they’ll love this.

Meanwhile, the younger children in your family shouldn’t have to miss out. Disney on Ice: Let’s Party is at the Echo Arena between the 27th February and the 3rd March, giving you plenty of opportunity to take your youngsters to see the Disney magic come alive, including Mickey & Minnie Mouse, Toy Story favourites and a Very Merry Unbirthday Party with the Alice in Wonderland crew.

Oxford rockers, Foals, are playing at the O2 Academy on the 4th March, in support of their third studio album Holy Fire which is scheduled for release in February.

Meanwhile, veteran punk rockers The Stranglers will prove they still have it at the O2 Academy on the 7th March, supporting their 2012 album, Giants.

Dublin-borne pop rockers, The Script, have taken the world by storm recently, including breaking the US market with their popular songs that have appeared in various prime time television programmes. They’ll be headlining at the Echo Arena on the 9th March, performing some distinctive Indie sounds.

Fellow indie rockers, The Enemy, established in Coventry in 2006, released their third studio album in May last year and will be playing some of their well known tracks and possibly some new material, on the 9th March at the O2 Academy.

American singer/songwriter, Willy Mason will be playing at the Kazimier on the 12th March – his idiosyncratic vocals are recognisable anywhere and he’ll surely provide a cracking acoustic set to those who go to see him.

X Factor sensation, Olly Murs, will be at the Echo Arena on the 13th March, playing to a sell out crowd before he provides support to Robbie Williams in his future Take the Crown tour.

Stepping away from the live music, you can find the smash hit musical Jesus Christ Superstar at the Echo on the 15th March, bringing the West End to the North West, while the basketball giants Harlem Globetrotters will be wowing the crowds on the 28th with their mix of amazing talent and skill.

With so much on offer in the form of live performance in Liverpool over the next couple of months, what’s stopping you? Find cheap hotels in Liverpool city centre to avoid the stress of making your way back home.