The Latin life and soul of Liverpool has a new feature for music lovers on a Sunday night out in the city. Get your seats to see a truly terrific local talent take front and centre stage under the iconic Alma de Cuba altar as Joel Valentine wows audiences with his musical gifts.
No longer known as the day of rest, Sunday nightlife in Liverpool is just as vibrant and dynamic as it is over the weekend with plenty of people looking for fun things to do.
So, instead of spending the last day of your weekend preparing for another gruelling work week ahead get yourselves to Alma de Cuba for a Sunday night out filled with live music, bright lights and laughter.
Located in the heart of Liverpool’s popular nightlife district, the Ropewalks, Alma de Cuba are bringing a fresh and exciting evening of live music to spice things up on, what would be an otherwise uneventful night of the week.
Join us for one of our delicious Sunday dinners before ordering a cocktail or two and sitting back with friends and enjoying the soulful soundtrack provided by Joel.
If you like a bit of soul, mixed with plenty of funk and the unquestionable sound of a seasoned voice you’ll love what’s to come from Joel Valentine.
The songs and tracks Joel has put his name to are an eclectic mix that spans across chart-topping hits of today and well-known classics from times gone by.
Not just a gifted individual, as far as vocal and musical talents go, Joel has a definite presence and charismatic aura that commands the stage, the venue and his audience.
The perfect way to spend a Sunday night out in Liverpool, listening to live music, cocktail in hand inside one of Liverpool’s most well-loved nightlife venues.
Things get started at 9 pm Sunday evening, so get there early before the best seats in the house are taken.
As a city, Liverpool nurtures a wealth of musical talent and the long-standing musical heritage is something which attracts people to visit year in, year out.
With places like Alma de Cuba, The Shankly Hotel’s Signature Live Sessions and the Liverpool’s first musical diner, Mulholland Bar and Restaurant, finding places to watch live music in Liverpool has never been easier.
Acts are now performing on Signature Living stages and platforms all around the city, providing people looking for live music in the city plenty of places to watch bands, solo performers and aspiring stage actors strut their stuff.
So, if you love live music and have nothing planned for your next Sunday night out in Liverpool get your seats in Alma de Cuba to see one of the rising stars of the city take to the stage.
Call 0151 709 4627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about the exciting up and coming events taking place at Alma de Cuba.