PRENTON Park hosts Wirral Live this weekend. 

Madness, The Libertines and Little Mix are all heading to the home of Tranmere Rovers over the next three nights. 

Here's everything you need to know:

Can I still get tickets?


Click here to find out more.  

What time does it start?

The Box Office will be open from 12pm on all three days.

​Friday 19th May

Doors: 15:30 (Last entry 20:00)

Courts: 16:55

The Rhythm Method 18:05

The Farm: 19:15

Madness: 20:45

Estimate finish time : 22:30

​Saturday 20th May

Doors: 14:00 (last entry 18:00)

Late arrival requests need to be made in advance by emailing

The Hummingbirds 17:10

Reverend and the Makers: 18:10

The Coral: 19:25

The Libertines: 20:45

Estimate finish time : 22:15

Sunday 21st May

Doors: 15:00

Bronnie: 17:15

MiC Lowry 18:15

Anton Powers 18:45

Conor Maynard: 19:15

Little Mix: 20:30

Estimate finish time : 22:00

How do I get there?

By Road

From the North & Liverpool
Use the Queensway Tunnel towards Kings Square & Birkenhead. On exiting the toll plaza, bare right to follow the right hand slip road sign posted Heswall (A552) & Tranmere Rovers. From here you will follow the event specific signage continuing on the A552 (Borough Rd.). You will be signed to follow Storton Rd. and Mount Rd. arriving at the south of the stadium.

From the North (M53)
Exit the M53 at Junction 3. Take the first exit Birkenhead (A552 E) and continue to follow the event specific signage on the A552. You will pass a Sainsbury’s on the left. At the next junction, turn left onto Storton Road and follow the event signage into the Car Park.

From the South (M53)
Travelling north on the M53, exit at Junction 4 and use the fourth exit of the roundabout towards Tranmere Rovers F.C. (B5151). Continue to follow the event specific signage. At the second of the double mini roundabouts, take the second exit onto Thornton Road and head north towards the football ground.

For full bus and rail details, click here. 

Where do I park?

Follow the signs for parking. 

For disabled and accessible parking, follow the event specific signage towards the event as you approach the venue.

Follow the disabled parking signs that will take you as close to the football ground as possible. P

arking on the designated cars parks will be £10 for the duration of the concert.

Car parks will close at 11.30pm.

Will there be road closures?

Towards the end of each concert, road closures will be put in place in order to assist in the safety of pedestrians and those walking back to the car parks.

The roads directly around the stadium will be closed but access will be granted to residents (where possible and safe to do so) and the Pick Up and Drop Off point within the stadium grounds. Diversion routes will be in place in order to circumnavigate the closures.

Resident Parking Areas
There are a number of streets surrounding the football ground which are signed ‘Resident Access Only’. Within these areas, parking is not permitted throughout the event days.

What will the weather be like?

Looks like it should be a dry evening for Madness tonight, Friday, with highs of 12 degrees. 

Libertines fans may even enjoy a bit of sunshine early on Saturday evening with highs of 13 degrees. 

But Little Mix fans will have the warmest evening with temperatures reaching 16 degrees. 

How much are the drinks?

Anything else I should know?

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