Upcoming tours, festivals and special events


Collaborative alt-rap project from Seattle-based hip-hop producer L'Orange and North Carolina-based rapper Solemn Brigham.

Sam Avery: Role Model

Sam needs to step up. With two children looking to him for guidance, it’s high-time he evolved into the role model he always thought he’d be. But he didn’t sleep well last night and being a hero is harder than it looks. Plus, he forgot to put the bins out and now his wife hates him. In this side-splitting new stand-up…

Jacob Banks

R&B singer-songwriter from New York.

Mother Mother

The award winning Canadian band, comprised of Ryan Guldemond, Molly Guldemond, Jasmin Parkin, Ali Siadat and Mike Young, has had a whirlwind decade; garnering seven top 10 singles on the alt rock Canadian charts and 100 million streams and counting on digital platforms.

Rae Morris

Rae Morris would have you believe that she just fell upon a career in music, but truth be told she's reallly made her own luck. She has moulded her indentity in her own time and on her own terms, and honed her skills on the live circuit, where she's never once experienced a bad reception. 'Taxi drivers are always asking…


DJs Patrick Nazemi, Chezney and Midas provide house, dance and electro.

Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes

Passionate, fiery hardcore band led by Gallows frontman, Frank Carter.

Central Cee

Rapper and hip hop recording artist recognised for the singles 'Loading,' 'Day in the Life,' and 'Pinging'.


Greywind are an alternative rock duo from Killarney in Ireland formed by siblings Steph and Paul O’Sullivan. In their first 40 shows as a band they have already achieved playing some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Reading and Leeds Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Download Festival, Rock Am Ring and…


Operatic gothic metal from Scandinavia.

Nina Nesbitt

Scottish/Swedish folk pop singer who does a spot of modelling on the side.


Pinty’s witty wordplay and effervescent club sound take influence from the introspective poetry of The Streets, the downbeat moods of King Krule and the jazz tinged house tones of production partner Maxwell Owin. The South London MC follows his guests features on Glenn Astro and Jamie Isaac tracks with his full debut EP…

Sunda Arc

Sunda Arc are brothers Nick Smart and Jordan Smart, best known as two-thirds of jazz-influenced minimalists Mammal Hands. Sunda Arc channels Nick and Jordan’s love of electronic and dance music, without losing any of their deep musicality. Drawing on techno, electronica, neo-classical and post-rock influences, Sunda Arc…


The New York-based duo of vocalist Molly Hamilton and guitarist Robert Earl Thomas performs indie-rock and dream-pop.

Bailey Tomkinson

She's been described as "Britain’s answer to Taylor Swift" (Daily Mail), showcased by Levi's, played Boardmasters and featured in The Times, BBCR2, The Metro & Hello Magazine. Now, Kernowfornia's Bailey Tomkinson brings her surf-rock, Americana infused sound on her debut UK tour. required).

Kathryn Joseph

Captivating Scottish singer-songwriter/pianist who proved her chops by winning the SAY Award in 2015.

Mykki Blanco

It's been just over a decade since the moniker ‘Mykki Blanco’ was created — first as a video art project portraying a teenage female character (inspired by Lil Kim’s ‘Kimmy Blanco’ alter ego) posting vlogs and raps on social media, but it inevitably evolved into a vehicle of self-discovery in the artist’s journey of…

The Professionals

Formed by Paul Cook and Steve Jones, The Professionals arrived on the scene in 1979 following the demise of the Sex Pistols, but split just 3 years later. In celebration of the release of a three-disc set by the Universal Music Group, The Professionals reformed in October 2015 (minus Steve Jones and with the addition of…

Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running

A family-friendly day based around all things running, with a choice of lengths for the fitness minded, from a full marathon to a cheeky 5k with a 'Wee Nessie' option for under 5s. For those who'd rather not work up a sweat, there's the Event Village at the finish line with a food and drink fair.

The BFI London Film Festival

Annual London film festival showing movies from across the world.

Mini Museum Elves

Come dressed in your Christmassy outfits and join in our fun Christmassy craft, story, cheeky elf trail and relax with a free drink and snack! Mini Museum Elves is an informal session for under 5’s and their parent / carer to explore the museum and have fun with some Christmassy craft. Children will have a chance to…

Alun Cochrane: Stuff and Nonsense

Lee Martin for Gag Reflex Presents Comedian Alun Cochrane has been seen on various TV comedy shows over the years, including Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and 8 Out of 10 Cats – he found these hard as he didn't like interrupting people. He's also known as The Cockerel from Frank…


Recently signed to indie label Modern Sky, Manchester based guitar band Delights formed in 2017 while at sixth form together. Adam Maxwell (Vocals), Ben Kirkland (Bass Guitar) and Ben Squires (Lead Guitar) enlisted Leo Willis (Drums) to complete the bands line-up, releasing their first demos shortly after. 2018 saw the…

Jay Electronica

Over the past ten years through ground-breaking collaborations with the likes of Jay-Z, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar to name a few, the Louisiana native has built an undeniable legacy in the ruthless world of hip-hop. His heavy-weight flow packs a viciously memorable punch, yet it's the man's versatility that sets him…


Four-piece rock group from Rotterdam.

Rebecca Ferguson

Big ballads and coffee table soul from the Scouse finalist of the 2010 X Factor. Her new album Lady Sings the Blues is a reinterpretation of the best of Billie Holiday's classic songs.


Norwegian pop singer-songwriter.

The Umlauts

“We’re just your average trans-European, multi-lingual, art-school, post-punk, techno-inspired, über-group/circus-troop/diaeresis”. That’s The Umlauts there, attempting to describe the matrix-like myriad of influences that they’ve somehow managed to gel together to create the beguiling sounds of their new EP, Another…

Rats On Rafts

Post-punk and new waves sounds from Rotterdam.

Melton Mowbray Food Festival

Over 150 stands of local food, pies, chocolates, spirits, cakes, cheeses and much more. Plus dedicated Kids Fun Zone.

Jane Austen Festival

Annual festival celebrating all things Jane Austen.

Dundee Chamber Music Concert

Series of classical chamber music concerts.

Andy Parsons – Healing The Nation

I was in the middle of a UK Tour when theatres had to close due to lockdown – and the tour was called ‘Healing The Nation’ – so that title worked out well. It will turn out to be the longest Tour ever, taking 3 years to complete, & as the tour has gone on there’s been less and less healing and more and more of the…

Sunflowers and Sheds

An unlikely friendship grows down on the allotment… With Frank’s family so far away, he passes the time on his beloved allotment. When the plot next door becomes vacant, he really looks forward to meeting his new neighbour. Until she arrives that is! Isabella and her cheeky chickens soon disrupt Frank’s peaceful routine.


This sextet who hail from Finland, performs its progressive metal originals.


Crobot are all about that classic guitar sound. You know the one, instantly recognisable riffs, unmistakable melodies. Think Deep Purple's Smoke On The Water or Rage Against's Killing In The Name Of. Crobot are blending funk, blues and metal with rock'n'roll to bring that back. Presented by The Underworld. This is a 14…

I Love the 90s

DJs play retro pop, rock and dance tracks from the 1990s.

Katie Malco

Katie Malco tours following the release of critically acclaimed debut album 'Failures. For fans of Soccer Mommy, Alvvays & Phoebe Bridgers.

BBC 6 Music Festival

The annual music festival hosted by BBC 6 Music radio station heads to Camden for its sixth edition. Their 2020 programme boasts names such as Bombay Bicycle Club, Michael Kiwanuka, Sports Team, Black Country New Road, Girl Band, Kojey Radical, Roisin Murphy, the Big Moon, Kate Tempest, Kim Gordon and more.


AKA Dan Snaith, a psychedelic electronica artist from Ontario, who used to go by the name Manitoba.

Confidence Man

Genre-bending Australian pop outfit.

Courtney Barnett

Jangly, guitar-led indie-rock with a psychedelic edge from the Australian singer-songwriter.


The multi-venue experimental Sŵn Festival shrinks to a special one-day event. Lineup tbc.

The Feeling

Unfairly maligned 'soft rock archaeologists' doing a sterling pop job of resurrecting the extreme tunefulness of ELO, 10cc and the like.

Heather Small

Soul singer and former M-People vocalist whose hit 'Proud' featured in the 2012 Olympic coverage and Miranda. She is also the winner of two Brit Awards and the Mercury Music Prize.

José González

Gorgeous melancholy from this Swedish-via-Argentina songwriter, who enjoyed mainstream success with his single 'Heartbeats'.

Kid Ink

LA-based rapper, aka Brian Todd Collins.

The Magic Gang

Indie-rock quartet from Brighton.

Maxïmo Park

Geordie indie rock band fronted by Paul Smith.


Aka Brighton electronica artist and remixer Joseph Mount and his band who play breezy intelligent indie pop.