March 28-30, 2014, Liverpool's biggest/best grass roots multi-arts event held in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle focusing on emerging artists, new work/ first views, collaboration, DIY, first view, avant garde and community based projects encompassing music, theatre, film, performance and visual arts.
May 25, 2014, from 5pm on the cobblestones in front of G-Bar. DJs: Dave Bennett, Andy Mac, John Hooper, Will Graham, Tom Quinn, and Ant Armstrong. Afterparty 11pm-7am at G-Bar, with Dave Whelan in the Bassment, Lavinia in the Church Room and Medwards in the Boosh Room.
August 2, 2014. Glam Fairy Tales theme: come dressed in wild and wonderful interpretations! The Liverpool Gay Quarter remains a main festival site, around Stanley and Dales Street areas. The Pride March through city centre streets kicks off at 12 noon from St George’s Plateau. Entertainment and activities follow at St Georges Hall. Main performance areas open to ticketholders.
August 15-30, 2014. Central Liverpool live music, Sefton Park stage; Beatles influenced outdoor stages on Pier Head. Replaces Mathew Street Festival of 20 years running. See Liverpool Echo article. International Beatle Week: Aug 21-27, 2014.
September 19-21, 2014, Sefton Park. Guest celebrity chefs. Also Festival Bistro Village on the Waterfront for culinary delights from festival restaurants & music entertainment.
November, 2014, Homotopia, based in Liverpool, is the country's foremost LGBT art & cultural festival. Eclectic program includes new commissions, festival firsts, world Premieres, many events of visual arts, theater, film, debate, dance, literature, live art & more.