Upcoming tours, festivals and special events

Amelie Lens

Belgian electronic music DJ.

The Atom Age

Since 2009, Oakland’s The Atom Age have been scattering slivers of imploded tubes all across the Bay Area. A rocket propelled ode to the unhinged power of ‘60s punk and R&B, the Age are more Sonics than Hives, and more Link Wray than Jack White. Coming to life out of the Bay’s punk scene, they’re a powder keg of a…

Jeffrey Martin & Anna Tivel

Jeffrey Martin and Anna Tivel are folk singer/songwriters hailing from Portland, Oregon.

The Kut

Finalist of the UK Songwriting Contest and Semi-Finalist of the International Songwriting Competition, THE KUT, is the alter-ego of multi-instrumentalist solo-artist and recent PhD Graduate, Princess Maha. Live, The Kut is a trio feat. Diana Bartmann (drums) and Stella Vie (bass) amongst a regular crew. Nominated…


Bellshill retro psychedelic rock quartet.

Professor Green

London hip-popper on tour after the release of latest single 'Are You Getting Enough?'.


Pynch started life as a set of demos written and recorded by Spencer Enock in his parent’s basement in Ramsgate. Praised by BBC Radio DJ Abbie McCarthy for their ‘super cool lo-fi vibe’, his demos were played on both BBC Introducing and Radio 6. On moving to London to study music, Spencer met bandmates-to-be Julianna…

Ceòl Cholasa

A four-day feast of top-quality traditional music on the beautiful Inner Hebridean island of Colonsay.


Original songs in Gaelic and English with a driving backbeat from Mànran – a Scottish band who aim to take exciting, contemporary, Scottish trad-music worldwide. Since they were established in 2010, Mànran have performed at numerous folk festivals around the world, including a concert for the 2012 London Olympics.

Yellow Days

Young English singer-songwriter who blends jazz, R&B, and alt-rock styles.

Alasdair Roberts

Spectral singer-songwriter with ancient folk leanings.

Blair Dunlop

Contemporary folk singer-songwriter.

Kris Barras Band

Blues rock guitarist.

Mike Denver

The hat-wearing country singer hailing from the Emerald Isle.

Nathan Fake

Norfolk-born electronic artist.


Ascending Midlands indie outfit overpass began their journey in the midst of national restrictions, releasing their debut single 'One Night Lover' in Autumn 2020. They have ended 2021 with four releases and a debut UK headline tour under their belt. Their strong melodies, crisp lead lines and youthful vocals have helped…

Parenting Hell Live

Building on the success of their hilariously candid podcast Parenting Hell, revealing the highs and lows of being a parent, comedians Rob Beckett and Josh Widdicombe have announced a live version in Spring 2023. Originally billed Lockdown Parenting Hell, the duo's podcast was a way for Widdicombe and Beckett (and millions…


Grungey indie punk from London.

Tony Christie and Ranagri

Legendary singer Tony Christie has found international fame with hits like I Did What I Did For Maria, Walk Like A Panther, Las Vegas and of course the number one single (Is This The Way To) Amarillo. Tony’s Irish roots (his grandmother and grandfather played in a ceilidh band) are celebrated on the album The Great Irish…

The Wood Burning Savages

Provocative alternative-punks The Wood Burning Savages are an incendiary four piece from Derry city that proudly wear the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves.

Hockey Dad

Hockey Dad is an Australian surf rock band from Windang, New South Wales, Australia. The band consists of two members, Billy Fleming and Zach Stephenson, and has two full albums and one EP released to date.

Jason Donovan

First came Neighbours, then the West End beckoned, not forgetting an appearance in the celebrity jungle. And now he's singing again, especially for us.

The Bowie Experience

The original authentic and only Bowie Experience with Laurence Knight since 1997.

Blue October

Texas-based alt rockers.

The Cheap Thrills

Indie rock outfit from Liverpool.

Jeffrey Lewis and Los Bolts

The New York-based singer-songwriter plays anti-folk with his band, in support of the album Manhattan.

Jocelyn Brown

The veteran singer-songwriter, from Kinston, North Carolina, performs a mix of R&B and soul with elements of pop, soul and acid jazz.

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott

Thoughtful contemporary pop from Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, ex-The Beautiful South.


Anthemic indie sounds from this Liverpudlian ensemble.

Rory Butler

Every acoustic singer-songwriter will claim they were born with music in their blood, but few were born with music in their basement. Rory Butler's childhood home was built on music; his father ran a recording studio in the cellar. It's unsurprising, then, that music became Rory's world. Growing up in Edinburgh, he then…


Acoustic duo.

Jack Fletcher Band

The Indie-rock four piece from Wolverhampton are what can only be described as real - with their stripped back guitar music, midlands twang and their live for the moment attitude.

Aldous Harding

New Zealand folk singer-songwriter.

The Portobello Comedy Night

Comedy night bringing you Portobello-based laughs.

Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty

Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty reawakens in 2022, celebrating 10 years since its premiere at Sadlers Wells, when it became the fastest selling production in the company’s history. Now established as a firm favourite in the New Adventures repertoire, the award-winning Sleeping Beauty has enchanted international audiences…

Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

Now in its 13th year, Alchemy is the largest film festival of its kind in Scotland, screening a diverse range of experimental films, plus discussions, communal meals and moving-image exhibitions in venues around Hawick.

Beltane Fire Festival

A modern interpretation of the ancient fertility festival of Beltane housed in the spectacular setting of Calton Hill. Beltane Fire Society performs the story of the death of winter and the birth of summer via dance, drumming, debauched acrobatics, giant puppetry and, of course, fire.


A weekend of live music as fans from all over the world descend on the Angus town of Kirriemuir for a celebration of its most rock 'n' roll son, AC/DC frontman Bon Scott.

Donington Historic Festival

Three-day event celebrating racing activities, with activities including stunt driving, drift driving and performance passenger rides.

Girvan Traditional Folk Festival

Now in its 48th year, this popular festival run by Girvan Folk Club features open sessions, concerts, workshops, a ceilidh, storytelling, talks, trails and children's events.

Shetland Folk Festival

Now in its 41st year, Shetland Folk Festival welcomes visiting and local acts to the UK's most northerly folk festival. Concerts are performed throughout the isles, featuring some of the best International, British and Shetland music the world has to offer.

Tweedlove Bike Festival

Ride the best trails the Valley has to offer, demo a new bike, find your favourite brands, have a beer with your mates or soak up the festival vibes.

Nathan Dawe

DJ set moving from R&B to grime huge club hits.

The Sam Chase Trio

Stories, strings, and a voice like wrought iron… The Sam Chase Trio (from California) blends epic arrangements with hard-living poetry and a dash of rock and roll spirit. Sam is a natural storyteller, treating crowds to evenings of soul-baring ballads. Devon McClive and Chandra Johnson simultaneously create an enchanting…

Sir Ranulph Fiennes: An Evening With The World's Greatest Living Explorer

Sir Ranulph Fiennes talks to long-time friend and expedition partner Anton Bowring about his life, his adventures and his ancestral heritage. Hear all about the record breaking and immensely challenging projects which saw Sir Ranulph receive the Guinness Book of Records accolade as the ‘Greatest Living Adventurer’.

Florence Black

Florence Black are a three piece rock band from The Valleys, South Wales UK.

Garage Nation

Garage music club night.

Nathan Bell

Singer-songwriter and specialist in Americana from Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Shonen Knife

All-female Japanese lo-fi pop-punk outfit formed in Osaka in 1981. The trio took a break from touring for 16 years until 2009 when they reformed and began touring regularly throughout Europe. They were a one-time favourite of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.

Tokio Hotel

German pop rockers, probably best known for their chart topping album Schrei and their rabid fanbase.