The inaugural Year’s End Festival launches this December. This new day-night festival, with over 46 artists and bands, takes over eight stages across Oxford Road Corridor.
Hurray for the Riff Raff will bring folk rock story-telling and soulful vocals to Deaf Institute this May.
Celebrated trombonist Dennis Rollins takes the stage with RNCM’s Big Band to deliver a toe-tapping evening of standout tunes.
Enigmatic singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Marika Hackman, visits Gorilla in support of latest album, Big Sigh.
Kiefer is a central figure in the diverse independent music scene of Los Angeles with a sound which fuses modalities of Black American Music.
A pop-star fed through a Nutribullet. A human bag of speed. The fourth horseman of the queer apocalypse. Lynks is here.
Pip Blom creates a unique blend of catchy melodies and gritty guitars. See them at Canvas this February.
Ten Tonnes comes to Gorillia this December in support of his long-awaited second album, Dancing, Alone.
‘Lost’ music by Anthony Burgess to receive its world premiere in Man Who Has Come Through at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation.
Colin Currie and Hallé percussionists begin this exciting mini-fest of Steve Reich’s music with his celebrated Music for Pieces of Wood.
A special evening lies ahead when the internationally renowned composer, musician and producer, Nitin Sawhney CBE, makes his Hallé debut.
Legendary techno DJ and producer Jeff Mills joins the Hallé Orchestra for a unique performance of his show Light From The Outside World.
Dutch Uncles cap off a great year with a special homecoming Christmas show at Yes.
Named Band on the Wall’s ‘one to watch’ in 2019, Agbeko has launched their latest tour armed with a new album There Must Be Another Way
Fast-paced alternative indie-pop star SOFY returns to YES in support of 9-track mixtape – ‘Chaos & Commotion’.