Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
XO Patron Sessions
House and techno club night.
XOVA, Jakal, Generic Eric
The Birmingham-based band plays a mellow blend of indie, ska and reggae.
Xova, Jakal, Generic Eric
Birmingham-based reggae-influenced indie-ska seven-piece.
Rock noises from Xperience.
Drum & bass, dubstep and other bassy beats.
Xplore showcases some of the UK's hottest unsigned talent.
XSM feature former members of Simple Minds with vocalist Owen Paul.
The Mercury Prize winning trio play an understated blend of indie, soul, pop and new-wave.
Adrenaline fuelled house, electro, garage and techno night.
Y Not Festival
A three-day music event in Derbyshire, featuring Stereophonics, Two Door Cinema Club, The Vaccines, Happy Mondays, Clean Bandit, Jake Bugg, Slaves, Maximo Park, Feeder, Nothing But Thieves, Frank Turner, Deaf Havana, Lethal Bizzle, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and more, with lots of family entertainment and a…
Yaatri is an award winning five-piece art-rock/jazz crossover group formed in Leeds in 2018. Their blend of complex composition and ethereal soundscapes captivates the heart as well as the mind. Influenced by the momentum of the rhythms of India, immersive timbres of electronic music, and energy of rock and roll, their…
Psychedelic alt.rock band with connections to Jack White’s Third Man Records.
The Yamato Drummers
A captivating and energetic performance of Japanese Taiko drumming from a company with 20 years on the road.
Performance from the world-class pianist and composer.
Classic soul sounds from Yazmin Lacey.
Yeah Yeah Castle
Folk, blues and roots from the Lincoln/London band.
Years & Years
This synth-pop and dance group started with five members but is now the solo project of vocalist Olly Alexander. The group formed over a decade ago and have experimented with electronic-based sounds while incorporating 90s house elements and synth-pop embellishment. Their unique sound has drawn praise from fans and…
That's 'Yellow Ducks' to non-locals. This music festival held in Anstruther over Easter weekend features live performances as well as an indoor picnic and the annual duck race.
A range of stand-ups each time – bound to be something you'll enjoy.
A creative movement with a DIY ethos aiming to affect positive change, bring people together and make them happy.
Farewell tour from Florida's alt.rockers Yellowcard who recently announced their imminent break-up.
Live music fundraiser for The Clutha Trust featuring Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, The Girobabies, Jamie & Shoony, Have Mercy Las Vegas and The Twistettes.
Yeol Eum Son
Young Korean pianist with a glittering resumé and a diverse repertoire, already on her fifth album.
Raw comedy talent from some of the best up-and-comers, hosted by Graham Barrie.
The National Collective head out on tour to promote Scottish Independence with a showcase of speakers, sketches, spoken word and music. There are arts and craft activities for those too young to vote this September and a cafe on hand throughout the day.
Yetholm Walking Festival
Weekend for ramblers, hikers, walkers and those who like an uphill challenge with walks at all paces covering a range of local areas.
The 90s house night returns for a one-off reunion special.
South Korean pianist and composer.
Post rock five-piece.
Country-soul singer from Bristol.
York Castle Museum Book Club
Book club led by poet and book addict, Jo Hardy.
York Spring Festival of New Music
A celebration of music in all its forms. Events include The University of York New Music Soloists (Fri); a free Carnival in St Sampson’s Square (Sat); a modern take on folk from Dark Inventions (Sat); a festival brunch (Sun) and promenade music performance Carnivore (Sun).
York Waits takes its name from York's ancient city band, playing period music from the 14th to the 16th centuries in traditional costume, and photos show that they really know how to rock their hose.
Yorkhill Easter Egg Run
The annual motorbike run for Yorkhill Hospital.
Yorkston Thorne Khan
Experimental collaborative group that includes folk singer-songwriter James Yorkston, award winning sarangi player Suhail Yusuf Khan and Jon Thorne, best known as jazz double bass player with electro outfit Lamb.
You All Know Me – I'm Jack Ruby!
The suspected assassin of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, is gunned down by the Mafia's man in Dallas.
Emo/hardcore trio from South Florida.
Alternative rock four-piece from Leeds.
Develop your archaeology skills and discover fascinating facts about people of the past. Suitable for ages 7–12.
Glasgow-based Irish indie rock trio with grunge/surf leanings.
Young Elton - Elton John Tribute
Take a trip down the Yellow Brick Road to Sir Elton John's electric and extravagant youth with Singer and Musician Tom Weston in 'Young Elton - The Tribute Show'. Tom has extensive experience onstage and behind the piano after years performing in lavish production shows on some of the world's biggest cruise liners. With…
Indie and alt.pop by the band with members from Cheltenham and Birmingham. The six-piece English band and lovers of big hair and loud shirts formed whilst the youngsters were at school. Since releasing their first EP in 2012 they've supported big indie including You Me At Six, One Night Only, 5 Seconds of Summer, We Are…
Emerging from Amsterdam's underground scene, Young Marco is notorious for his residencies, where he spins ballsy, IDGAF mixes of everything from proto-house to disco.
Young Rebel Set
Teeside group combining punk and indie folk who weave tales of broken hearts, bad luck and triumphs of the underdog.
Atlanta rapper, known for single 'Stoner' and collabs with Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane and Young Scooter.
Young Traditional Musicians of the Year Tour
Finalists and winners of the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year Competition showcase their skills on accordion, fiddle, bagpipes, piano and whistle.
The four-piece, London-based collective performs it's self-titled brand of death-petal - a fusion of indie, rock and folk.
Your Favorite Enemies
Post punk and progressive rock band from Montreal.