Hope Street | Liverpool L1 9BP
Phone: 0151 210 2895
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is one of the city's most prestigious concert venues and home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic — one of the world's most famous orchestras.
The Art Deco-style Philharmonic Hall was built in the 1930s and is now a grade II listed building. It has a capacity of 1,790 and hosts a wide range of contemporary rock, pop, folk, roots, jazz and blues concerts and music projects, in addition to festivals and comedy shows.
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra performs around 70 concerts here each season (September to June). They've been at the heart of Liverpool's cultural life since 1840, making them the UK's oldest surviving professional symphony orchestra. To find out more about concerts with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and what's on in Liverpool, keep an eye on our listings.
Parking at the Liverpool Philharmonic is relatively straight forward. Concert-goers can pre-book a parking space at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral for £4 (postcode is L3 5TQ) — just give the box office a ring on 0151 709 3789 to do this. You'll find the Metropolitan Cathedral car park on Mount Pleasant, about five minutes away from the Philharmonic Hall. Just bear in mind that this car park closes at 11pm. There are a couple of other places to park and you can find more information about this on the Liverpool Philharmonic website.