Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
Old school good time rocking from the fondly regarded Wildhearts.
The Oregon-based five-piece perform country soul.
Flash: Queen Tribute
Queen tribute band.
Soul/pop from the award-winning, London-born singer.
Soulful London singer-songwriter who topped the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll and won the 2020 Mercury Prize for his self-titled third album.
Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Thoughtful contemporary pop from Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, ex-The Beautiful South.
Tribute to the Welsh rockers The Stereophonics.
The archetypal art school fops return to show the young ones how to swagger.
Supergrass reunite to mark their 25th anniversary with a tour and a greatest hits compilation.
Tribute to Birmingham's famous pop and reggae outfit.
Chunky electronica from the Mancunian group who paved the way for the likes of Underworld and Chemical Brothers in the 90s.
Veteran beat pop combo still swearing that their brother ain't heavy and the like.
Canadian folk pop duo Brenley MacEachern and Lisa MacIsaac.
Leeds indie rockers with mod leanings.
London-based extreme power metal band back with more ridiculously fast, dexterous guitar theatrics.
An innovative festival drawing on Scotland's love of the literary macabre and celebrating crime writing by bringing together leading Scottish and international writers, showcasing debut voices and encouraging new writers. As well as interviews and panels there is a torchlight procession, criminal cabaret, a crime writer's…
John Lees' Barclay James Harvest
Founder Barclay James Harvest members return to the concert stage with a four-piece band to perform a set drawn from the long career of BJH and such classic albums as Once Again, Everyone in Everybody Else and Time Honoured Ghosts.
Police Dog Hogan
Seven-piece country folk band with high energy fiddle/drums/banjo/guitars and joyous foot-stomping live shows.
Singer and songwriter from Louisville, Kentucky.
Held in Brighton Park, five minutes’ walk from Portobello’s High Street, the market sells a range of local and organic vegetables and fruit in season, meat, fish, baking, and local crafts.
Glasgow Short Film Festival
The largest competitive short film festival in Scotland celebrates diverse forms of cinematic expression that transgress the boundaries of conventional narrative film. The online 2021 festival will feature competitions and many special programmes, alongside some new specially curated programmes, filmmaker interviews and…
All Them Witches
Psychedelic rock outfit from Nashville, with a tendency to improvise.
Respected glitchcore electronica wizard.
English singer and songwriter who has co-written tracks with Ed Sheeran, including 'Thinking Out Loud' for which she won the 2016 Grammy Award for Song of the Year.
Anna B Savage
London singer-songwriter and musician.
American hardcore punk collective formed in Detroit, Michigan.
A Certain Ratio
English post-punk band formed in 1977 in Flixton, Greater Manchester by Peter Terrell and Simon Topping.
American singer-songwriter and YouTuber born and based in Detroit whose style blends elements of indie pop and bedroom pop.
Ten-piece punk jazz collective featuring brass, beats, spoken word and world class turntablism.
Two-piece electronic duo based in London.
American singer-songwriter based in Nashville whose career gained wider critical acclaim in 2006 with the release of her album, My Remembrance of You.
Ego Ella May
Songwriter and vocalist hailing from South London.
Band featuring comic Al Murray who describes their music as 'hip-shakin’, garage-groovin’, punk-glam chaos'.
English indie rock band from London featuring Will Taylor, Jon Supran and Nicolas Hill.
Aria Wells (known as Greentea Peng) is a neo-soul and self-described 'psychedelic R'n'B' singer and songwriter from London.
The London-based singer-songwriter performs alt-rock with tints of soul.
Olivia Rebecca Devine, known professionally as L Devine, is an English singer and songwriter.
Indie band from London.
Singer and songwriter from Northern Ireland.
Hip hop, soul, blues and funk from the London-based artist.
Singer-songwriter from Brighton who is the daughter of Northern Ireland singer Gary Moore.
British MC from London whose music combines rap and hip-hop elements.
Band from Denmark who makes dreamy space pop.
Mr Ben & the Bens
British indie pop outfit based around the songs of Lancaster singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Ben Hall.
American experimental doom metal band from San Francisco.
Manchester-born neo-soul singer/songwriter.
Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets
The Pink Floyd drummer performs songs from two of the band's earliest albums.
Angolan-Portuguese musician Pongo who makes powerfully personal pop.
Professor Brian Cox
Professor Brian Cox takes audiences on a journey through space and time. The particle physicist is best known for his popular BBC series Wonders of … and non-fiction titles including Why Does E=mc²? and The Quantum Universe.
Half of musical duo The 2 Bears, Raf Rundell specialises in a unique blend of electronic, disco and indie.