Departing from Dock Road, the bus passed the Liver Building and crossed town.
Organized by Billie Clements and Robert McPartland, the ride reportedly saw “hundreds” of people joining us.
After the bus playing music, cyclists on push bikes were filmed with torches on the front of their bikes.
In amazing video footage shared online, dozens of people can be seen from a distance following the bus.
Billie told ECHO that a similar event was held in Berlin a few days ago and that it was a success.
She and Robert are local DJs and the couple wanted to host an event in Liverpool as well.
Billie said the event lasted around two hours and there were around 200 runners involved at one point.
Speaking on her Instagram story, she said: “A big thank you to everyone who joined us on the Rave and Ride. It was sick, it was so good.
“A big thank you to Phil Olivier and the VIP night bus. ”
She added: “We had a great time. “.
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The bus, Billie added, could only hold six people due to current social distancing measures.
Videos of the event were posted widely on social media, and many people were delighted.
One person wrote: “Our city is the best yet”.
Another added: “Now that’s the job Scousers is doing it right. “