March 8-10, 2013, free Fringe Festival at Albert Dock, Liverpool's biggest/best grass roots, multi-arts festival. Music, theater, art pop-ups, visual arts, vintage film, crafts, gaming, knitting, graffiti, dance, health. At Camp & Furnace, The Picket, Elevator Bar, Baltic Creative, with Rob Vincent, Natalie McCool, Kusanagi + Phonetics, Rumjig, Dave O’Grady, Jazzhands...
August 3, 2013, march & festival, community market, entertainment stage, LGBT films (throughout July and August at venues across Merseyside); Eberle Street, Stanley & Cumberland Streets Pride events at Liverpool’s pier-head and at venues throughout the Stanley Street Gay Quarter.
August 23-26, 2013, at Sefton Park, six outdoor stages of live music in central Liverpool, 11am until 6pm each day, over 80 hours of live outdoor music; more than 95 bands perform from 30 countries around the world.
September 7-8, 2013, Sefton Park. Guest celebrity chefs. Also Festival Bistro Village on the Waterfront for culinary delights from festival restaurants & music entertainment.
November, 2013. 21st century annual LGBTQ celebration - the tenth anniversary! Eclectic program includes new commissions, festival firsts, world Premieres, many events of visual arts, theater, film, debate, dance, literature, live art & more.
November 8, 2013, 8pm, Liverpool Philharmonic. One-man show celebrates the career and obsessional tastes of writer, director, actor John Waters, the man William Burroughs called ‘The Pope of Trash.’ A focus on early negative artistic influences, and his fascination with true crime, exploitation films, fashion lunacy, and extremes of the contemporary art world.