Upcoming tours, festivals and special events

Jah Wobble

The musician, born John Wardle, plays world music from his 36-year career, plus new works.

The Lindisfarne Story

Former Lindisfarne members Ray Laidlaw and Billy Mitchell perform the songs of the folk-rock band, with stories of its history.

Nish Kumar: It's In Your Nature To Destroy Yourselves

Jokes about humankind's capacity for self-destruction from the double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.

Samantha Fish Band

American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.


The multi-coloured coiffured actress/songstress.

Jack Lukeman

Award-winning Irish singer-songwriter.

André Rieu

The 'Maestro of the Masses' brings popular tunes from film, musicals, operas and operettas to an arena near you.


Tribute to Kate Bush featuring the voice of Mandy Watson.

Dirty Harry

Tribute to new wave punks Blondie.

Little Mix

The X-Factor winning pop quartet only got going in 2011 and already have numerous tribute acts. The quartet have become one of Britain's best-loved pop acts and became one of the most enduring earworms of 2016 with 'Shout Out To My Ex', as well as selling millions of albums worldwide.

The Eden Festival

This boutique festival (with over 300 acts performing across 13 stages) brings you live music, dance, cabaret, burlesque, circus skills, theatre, a children's area, fun, games and much more. 2019's line-up included Chinese Man, This is the Kit, DJ Zinc, Irvine Welsh (DJ), Bondax, My Baby, John Cooper Clarke (the estimable…

Mötley Crüde: Mötley Crüe Tribute

Tribute to the LA hard rockers.

Tom Odell

Classically trained young singer/pianist with a faux-angsty sound who was the recipient of the 2013 Brit Critics Choice Award.

Beans on Toast

Sounds from the English 'drunk folk singer'.

Fairport Convention

Veteran folk group whose current line-up features founding member Simon Nicol with Gerry Conway, Chris Leslie, Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders.

Nearly Dan

A tribute band covering Steely Dan's hits note for note.

Ben Watt

London-born musician and producer, best known as one half of the duo Everything But The Girl. Current collaborator and acclaimed guitarist Bernard Butler (Suede) will be joining Watt on his November solo tour of the UK.

The Futureheads

One of the most fun and interesting guitar bands in the UK from 2004 to 2013 The Futureheads will return in 2019 from a 6 year hiatus.

Gruff Rhys

The frontman of Super Furry Animals presents original solo material of the indie-rock persuasion.


Black metal inspired by the history and heritage of England.

Bex's Chainsaw Moussaka

Comedy hour from Rebekka, who promises there will be no storytelling or deeper messages, but plenty of fast-paced gags and character impressions.

Boo Hewerdine

Admired pop/blues songsmith – founder of cult band The Bible and frequent collaborator with Eddi Reader, Paul Young and Natalie Imbruglia. Boo has released many albums as a solo performer and has made hit songs over the past two decades.

The Complete Stone Roses

Stone Roses tribute act officially approved by Roses bassist Mani.

Hotel California

Hotel California perform a range of Eagles classics and Joe Walsh and Don Henley solo works.


Australian hard rock band.

AJ Tracey

The grime artist from London performs in support of his Lil Tracey EP.

All Saints

The 90s girl group make a comeback.

The Amazons

Hard-edged rock from Reading.


A blend of pop, electro, R&B and hip hop.


The singer-songwriter's sound is a mix of soul, rap, hip hop and pop.

Bad Touch

Five-piece classic rock band from Norfolk.

Barenaked Ladies

Canadian quirky popsters who inject their songs with lashings of humour.

Belinda Carlisle

Anthemic pop and rock by the Californian singer-songwriter of hits such as 'Heaven is a Place on Earth', 'We Got the Beat' and 'Our Lips are Sealed'.

Bernie Marsden

Classic rock and blues by the ex-Whitesnake and Alaska guitarist.


A lighter psychedelic sound with elements of British pop from Stockport five-piece Blossoms.

Bombay Bicycle Club

Indie-rock quartet from London.

Bugzy Malone

Performance by the wordsmith, MC and rapper.


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'.


Punk veterans who can still pull off those frustrated teenage sentiments and shine with 'Ever Fallen in Love?'.

The Cockney Rejects

First generation London punks at the forefront of the 'Oi!' movement.

Cydonia Knights

Tribute to Muse.

The Damned

The punk legends, fronted by Dave Vanian, zip through their pithy catalogue.The line-up has changed over but front man Vanian has remained throughout.

The Darkness

The classic rock revivalists return from the wilderness.


Rapper from London.

Dizzee Rascal

Squawking young garage MC who combines the sublime and the ridiculous in his progressive music and has scored some huge hits with 'Bonkers', 'Holiday' and 'Dance Wiv Me'.


Big hooks and choruses from the Australian three-piece.

Echo & The Bunnymen

Well-preserved Liverpudlian indie rock legends.

Enter Shikari

Trancecore favourites from Hertfordshire mixing hardcore punk, metal and electronica.

Evil Scarecrow

Make-up clad over-the-top metal outfit with a dash of humour amongst the heavy riffs