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What you need to know if you are planning a large scale event in parks, public spaces or city centre sites.
You may not need a licence for certain small scale and neighbourhood events where alcohol is not supplied.
For major Royal events, we allow street parties to take place across the city.
Temporary events or functions with certain licensable activities, such as the sale and supply of alcohol, require a permit.
Read our guide about organising events in Liverpool parks, or enquire about holding your event in Liverpool parks and greenspaces.
If you're planning a temporary market at an event or festival which includes five or more stalls or retail units, you'll need to apply for a Markets Rights Licence.
Play streets are resident-led temporary road closures to allow children to play.