- Telephone 0845 413 4444
- Website www.rock-city.co.uk
The Nottingham nightclub and music venue opened in the 80s with a gig from the Undertones (after Iron Maiden had to drop out) and has been going strong ever since, The venue has hosted 80s groups like the Human League and the Smiths, through Nirvana and Rage Against the Machine, to Oasis, Pulp and Blur and now sees everyone from Lee Scratch Perry to Scissor Sisters.
The following buses stop near to Rock City: 78, 79, 80, 35 and 36.
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The singer-songwriter's sound is a mix of soul, rap, hip hop and pop.
Indie folk artist Andrew Davie who came up through Mumford & Sons' Communion club nights.
Black Star Riders
New hard rock project from former Thin Lizzy members Ricky Warwick, Damon Johnson, Scott Gorham and Marco Mendoza (along with Alice Cooper/Megadeth drummer Jimmy DeGrasso).
Screamo from Southampton.
Pop rock trio, reunited after more than a decade for some UK shows. You'll remember them from their masterpieces 'Year 3000', 'What I Go to School For' and 'Air Hostess'.
The punk rock combo, fronted by Jamie Campbell Bower, belts out tracks from the EP Come Get Some.
De La Soul
The legendary fathers of conscious hip hop celebrating the 25th birthday of their classic album 3 Feet High and Rising.
The four-piece from Auckland, New Zealand, fronted by Jennie Skulander, brings its alternative metal originals to the UK's stages. Support from Sumo Cyco.
The Devin Townsend Project
Veteran thrash and progressive metal guitarist from Canada.
Rock'n'roll and punk rock.
From the Jam
Now featuring only one member From the Jam. Bruce Foxton is joined by Russell Hastings and drummer Steve 'Smiley' Barnard.
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Fun Lovin' Criminals may be past their creative peak but always find an eager crowd, keen to bellow along to the hits.
Joyous electro and synth pop from the Baltimore trio.
Nottingham's newest and hugest Friday night! The best chart music of today with some absolute classics thrown in. Get Lucky is Nottingham's newest Friday night and it's already HUGE! Each and every Friday night, we'll be playing you the best chart music of today with great tracks from artists such as Beyonce, Justin…
The return of Jason Lytle's dreamy indie-electro outfit.
Metal supergroup from Texas containing members of Mudvayne, Pantera and Nothingface.
Hey Hey Hey
Resident DJs including Loz and Gaz spin indie and alternative anthems across three rooms every week.
The ex-Sleeping With Sirens guitarist from Orlando, Florida, brings his rock songs across the Atlantic.
Brighton indie tykes best known for their hits 'She Moves in Her Own Way' and 'Shine On' return with a new album.
A tribute to the hard rock of Thin Lizzy.
X Factor singer-songwriter with a light, observational style.
New Found Glory
American rock outfit who helped spearhead the second wave of pop punk in the 90s.
Noise From The Next Generation
The final of the contest for new artists aged 16-18.
The One Hundred
Crushing electronic metal.
Heavy metalcore quartet from Byron Bay, Australia.
Punk pop quintet from Long Island.
Peter Hook & the Light
New Order's inimitable bassist fronts his own band to perform NO's back catalogue.
The Rag'n'Bone Man
Hip hop, soul, blues and funk from the London-based artist.
Rock City In The 90s
DJ Spiky Mike selects the best in 1990s rock, metal and alternative.
The Saw Doctors
Celtrock knees-up with one of Ireland's most successful bands.
The Selecter and The Beat
A co-headline tour featuring the two of the original 2-Tone ska acts who both formed in the late 1970s.
One of the original Two Tone ska revival bands, fronted by the charismatic Pauline Black.
American rock outfit from Sacramento currently consisting of Jonny Craig and Dance Gavin Dance.
Stiff Little Fingers
Ireland's favourite delinquent punk sons.
English grime and rap artist who won Best Grime Act 2014 at the MOBO Awards and was named in the BBC's Sound of 2015 list.
The old punk warhorses play on without Hugh Cornwell. Expect classic hits from their back catalogue, such as 'Peaches', 'Golden Brown', 'No More Heroes' and 'Strange Little Girl'.
Formed in Ontario, Canada a little over 20 years ago, punk-pop and alt rock combo Sum 41 are fighting after vocalist Deryck Whibley's well documented battle with liver and kidney failure as a result of his excessive drinking. The singer draws upon this dark time for the band's cathartic sixth studio album, 13 Voices.
Thee Oh Sees
Spaced-out riffs from the West Coast's psychedelic garage rock group.
Tuned is Nottingham's Biggest student night and it opens its arms every Thursday and accepts everyone in for the Amazing 2-4-1 drinks offer and a wide variety of music! It's a 3000 Capacity night and it hits those numbers nearly every week of the year. It really is something special and you need to experience the…
The Macclesfield-based threesome performs its own take on contemporary rock.
The Glasgow-based foursome performs its self-penned alternative rock songs.
Blackie Lawless' once notorious full-on metal outfit whose name is an acronym for We Are Sexual Perverts.
The Wedding Present
Perennially popular archetypal 80s indie stalwarts fronted by David Gedge head out on their Hit Parade tour.
The redoubtable Dr Feelgood guitarist and band rock it up Canvey Island-style; after undergoing radical surgery to treat his hitherto-believed-to-be terminal cancer, the indomitable Johnson is back, minus one pancreas but with added vim and vigour.