To those 170 people who are coming to the Liverpool Gig on Saturday the 17th of February 2007 (you know who you are...) ,

For those who haven't paid for their tickets, please arrange payments by Wednesday, 7th February 2007.

For those who have paid, we'd like to thank all of you for that. Please do not forget to print a copy of your e-ticket(s) and show it to the ticket crew in order to collect your ticket(s) for the gig.

And for those who want to buy tickets, we still have around 35-40 tickets for you to purchase. There have been enquiries on whether or not we're selling tickets at the ticket collections booth on the gig day.... and the answer is... we're not promising anything! It depends on the ticket sales for the next couple of weeks. We'll keep you posted. (Note: check out the Head Count on the left side of this site to give you a rough idea on how many are coming to this gig.. the max is 210 people instead of the 250 venue capacity to prevent it from being too crowded)

But, don't be in Liverpool just for the Gig, there's plenty of exciting places for you to visit before the door opens. You can contact your mates here for some tips on what to do and visit in Liverpool. If you don't know anyone and are new to Liverpool City, no worries... we have a few main suggestions for you to fill your time with while waiting for the gig to start: (Note that this guide takes you to visit only the main places that we find suitable for you to spend 2-3 hours before the Gig's door is opened. It is also arranged accordingly for your convenience)

Anfield, Home to Liverpool FC - No matter which football team you support, it's a must to visit the famous Anfield. Take a few photos here and visit the Club Store if you want. You'll most probably spend about 10-15 minutes here (not including stadium tour), depends on how important LFC & football are to you.

Liverpool City Centre - What's the point of coming to Liverpool if you don't get to see the city? Do what you want, shop, eat, drink, buy souvenirs, take photos,etc.. Remember, you have 2 more places to go to before the gig.

The Cavern Quarter - this is located within the city centre area. The place it all began is now the place where it is all beginning all over again. The Cavern Quarter, which encircles world famous Mathew Street, is a vibrant city centre area at the focus of Beatle history, but there's so much else on offer to people of all ages, whether Liverpudlians or tourists. Here, you will find The Cavern Club where you'll go down the steps into an old, dark warehouse where the Beatles used to play.

The Albert Dock - UK’s largest group of grade 1 listed buildings. There are heritage attractions, hotels, restaurants, bars, the Tate Gallery, the Maritime Museum, the Beatles Story and many shops. There’s something good round every corner at the Albert Dock. You might find a clown or a juggler, live music, an exhibition, a visiting ship or a special event. This place is the nearest to the Gig Venue. So, wherever you go to, make this your last stop as it is the nearest to the gig.

However, these are all suggestions. It's up to you what you wanna do with your time. Who are we to tell you what to do. But, if you think you need more help or if you need to get hold of a few contact numbers just in case, let us know by emailing us.

Remember.... the Liverpool Gig '07 opens at 6pm.

See you at the gig!