But despite bearing all in the cold rain, Julie Sheridan and her 17-year-old daughter Natasha Sheridan from Litherland and 21-year old Natasha Johnson from Bootle received nothing.
Nobody from Radio City showed up because it was all an April Fools joke played by breakfast presenter Kev Seed.
Julie Sheridan, whose husband was there to see all the action, said: "We knew it was an April Fool but it's a laugh. It's so cold."
AINTREE managing director Charles Barnett declared the Grand National would be co-hosted between the Liverpool course and Epsom in Surrey.
Later Aintree admitted it was just a joke - and the National is going nowhere!
And Everton owner Bill Kenwright allegedly admitted on a fans' website that talks were in place with Liverpool to share a new stadium in Stanley Park with removable blue and red seats, depending on which club was playing at home.