Food and Drink
No food or drink items are to be taken into Echo Arena. Only food and drink items purchased on the premises are to be consumed in Echo Arena. Food may be brought in to the arena in exceptional circumstances on medical grounds. To see what food and drink is on offer, click here.
Alcohol is available for sale to anyone aged 18 and over - identification may be required. Echo Arena supports the Challenge 25 scheme, which encourages anyone who is aged 18 and over but looks under 25 to produce identification when buying alcohol. The scheme is run by the Retail of Alcohol Standards Group, which represents alcohol retailers.
Echo Arena welcomes debit/credit card and contactless payments at all Mersey Eats and Mersey Drinks kiosks. Unfortunately, mobile catering units can only accept cash payments.
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