10. Liverpool: Music Icons Tour with 90s band 'The Farm'
Jump on the opportunity to embark on The Liverpool Music Icons Tours; a brand new and unique experience that offers fans a chance to immerse themselves into the music scene from the 1980s and 1990s with someone who was at the beating heart of it. Experience an exciting tour led by a music icon - either Keith Mullin, the lead guitarist of 'The Farm' or Pete Hooton, the lead singer of 'The Farm'. Be led by one of these icons on this tour as they give you their own personal curated story while touring around central Liverpool. Discover little-known places not normally visited on the tourist trail and hear stories not available anywhere else. Starting at LIPA (Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts) your icon will lead your group on a personal 2-hour walk around Liverpool giving not only his own personal story and rise to stardom but also sharing many anecdotes about what really happened during that vibrant period of music history. Explore gig venues, recording studios, pubs, hangouts, and more on this easy slow-paced walk. Receive the full attention of your music icon with groups limited to a max of 12 as you get a fascinating insight into the world they experienced over several decades. See the biggest studio complex outside London and the first UK Superclub that changed the face of dance music in the UK. Then visit the location of Probe Records home of the second wave of Liverpool groups in the 1970s and 1980s. Finally, stop at the Ministry Rehearsal Rooms where Echo and The Bunnymen, Teardrop Explodes, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Farm, Wah Heat, Black, Flock of Seagulls, and the Pale Fountains all played. Conclude the tour with a personal chat with either Keith or Pete over a complimentary drink at an iconic pub in central Liverpool. Here you will have a chance to relax, ask questions, get pictures or memorabilia signed and take selfies.