Guide to Student nights out in Liverpool on New Year’s Eve.

You’ve stuffed yourself until you could stuff no more and every one of your relatives has asked you millions of questions about university, your course and all your new mates. Now we’re not saying it’s time to be anti-social or neglect your grandparents but come New Years Eve, it’s time to grab your most sparkly outfit and prep your liver for the inevitable onslaught. Your New Year’s Eve destination is always a tricky decision; to go out and brave the crowds and endless waiting for taxis by the bombed out church or to persuade your mates to have a raucous party in theirs.

If you do decide to head into Liverpool, we know exactly where you need to be heading. If you fancy comfy surroundings and good music, head down to Leaf on Bold Street. It’s £4 on the door and you can vary your alcohol with a nice cup of tea! The Shipping Forecast has an Alt J DJ set on offer as well as Abandon Silence residents party in The Hold. Waxxx always deliver and this NYE is no different- follow the link to make sure you get a ticket before they’re all sold out or you can pay on the door.

If you’d prefer to spend your night with TOWIE favourite Tom Pearce, Republik on Bold Street is the place to head. Craving some fancy dress fun to bring the new year in with? Garlands are hosting their in famous white party, with a twist-‘show your white bits’… We’re a bit skeptical but if you can’t do it on New Year’s Eve then when can you?

Finally, triumphantly returning to the Camp and Furnace this December 31st, Chibuku will host a ton of special guests including 2manydjs, DJ Fresh, Subfocus and Rudimental.

So there we go, have a brill night and make sure you’re careful wherever you end up!