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Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult.
Please note that for events with standing tickets, NO UNDER 14s are permitted in the standing area. No refunds will be given if under 14s purchase standing tickets and are refused entry.
M&S Bank Arena is Liverpool’s leading music and entertainment venue, located on the city’s famous World Heritage waterfront. Since it first opened its doors in 2008, the arena has hosted a range of high profile events including the MOBO Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards and BBC Sports Personality of the Year, as well as global acts such as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Sir Paul McCartney, Queen and Stereophonics.
From the North - take M6 to junction 26 and follow signs M58 Liverpool. Follow to end of M58 and follow signs for A59 Liverpool. Continue to follow A59 City Centre until picking up signs for the Albert Dock. This will take you right off the A59 onto the A5053 heading for the Albert Dock. The nearest car park to ACC Liverpool is on site: turn off at Queens Wharf where you will find a 1,600 space multi-storey car park.
From the South - M6 to junction 21A, take M62 to Liverpool, follow signs for City Centre, until picking up signs for the Albert Dock. This will take you via the A59 onto the A5053 heading for the Albert Dock. The nearest car park to ACC Liverpool is on site: turn off at Queens Wharf where you will find a 1,600 space multi-storey car park.
From the South - Virgin Rail operate hourly direct services to Liverpool Lime Street (London to Liverpool approx. 2.5 hours).
From the North - Virgin Rail to Wigan North Western, Local train to Liverpool Lime Street.
ACC Liverpool is a 15 minute walk from Lime Street, a short taxi ride, you can take a Merseyrail train to James Street or catch the Route S1 bus directly to ACC Liverpool.
The City Centre Circular Route S1 links Lime Street railway station with Queen Square Bus Station, the Albert Dock, ACC Liverpool and other central tourist attractions. Route S1 operates every 10 minutes every day.