The government has today confirmed that restrictions around capacity at music venues will be lifted as of next Monday.
This means that we can finally dance again! We will be reopening for all planned gigs and events from WED 21st JULY, with the front bar reopening every day for our regulars too. We’ve got a cracking summer of shows in the calendar; head HERE to take a look….
However, as we move towards ‘personal responsibility’, we’d like to encourage our customers to treat each other and staff with respect. These are strange times, and in order to pull through this, respect needs to be at the heart of what we do not just as a venue, but as a society.
Here are some brief guidelines on how things will be working at The Crescent.
Four of York’s best young bands hit The Crescent (not quite) in time for Christmas.
Thanks to Sam & Izzy for the artwork image!
Jonny & the Baptists – real names Jonny Donahoe & Paddy Gervers – have rapidly become one of the UK’s hottest live musical comedy acts.
John Francis Flynn is a singer and multi-instrumentalist whose work centres around traditional and folk material from Ireland.
Fresh from an exhilarating sold-out show at Whelans in Dublin and a double award-winning appearance at the 2021 RTE Folk Awards, John Francis Flynn returns to the UK for a more extensive tour after popping over briefly in 2021 to celebrate the release of his debut album.
Bringing together three hot new bands in Yorkshire, The DIY Class Of 2022 Tour reaches The Crescent on January 16th.
Tickets on sale now, be quick!
Ivor Novello Award nominated singer-songwriter Stephen Fretwell returned this year with a new Dan Carey (Speedy Wunderground) produced new album, his first for 14 years.
Brian Christinzio returns to The Crescent in March with his fabulous BC Camplight outfit after the release of their acclaimed 2021 album Shortly After Takeoff.
One of the pioneers of the Acid Jazz scene, JTQ have taken their distinctive trademark howling Hammond sound to the masses for over 30 years; still famed for their upbeat, energetic live shows with no sign of slowing down. The band’s relentlessly entertaining tunes take inspiration from the rare-groove style funk, and boogaloo funk of the 60s and 70s.
British singer-songwriter and guitarist, Blair Dunlop, comes to The Crescent in March.
‘Japanese noise assassins Melt-Banana may well have been thrashing out blistering rockets of screeching, avant garde, hardcore for well over twenty years now, but my gawd do they still feel like a pulverising assault on the senses.’
The Everly Pregnant Brothers were formed after a drunken dare by Pete Mckee and Richard Bailey in 2009. The success of the dare prompted the pair to draught in a bunch of disparate chaps who had three things in common, the love of beer, ukuleles and having a laugh.