Parker Lee launch their debut album, “if you’re not serious, don’t say it” at the Crescent with a little help from their friends. Indie rock, post-punk, alt-folk genius and an ex-Soul Candy/Black Box DJ to follow – we’ve got what you need, baybee.
Events — Gigs
Say Owt brings you an opportunity to catch this hugely popular poet in The Crescent. Hollie was the winner of the Poetry Society’s Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry in 2016 and counts Kate Tempest, Pink, Tim Minchin and Benjamin Zephaniah among her fans.
Black Rose Events bring us a triple bill of dark, alternative rock headlined by Bad Pollyanna.
Chechelos is Argentina’s latest popular music revelation. The cello duo that nationalized the instrument and built a bridge between traditional Peñas and theatre.
In 2014, the collaborative melting pot of York’s live music scene conspired to produce Hyde Family Jam. A traditional arrangement of guitar, double bass, accordion, and violin with a mandate to deliver blisteringly subverted renditions of popular songs.
North Yorkshire pop-soul singer John Newman is coming to play a very intimate show at The Crescent. Famous for his number one hit ‘Love Me Again’ as well as working alongside big hitters Rudimental and Calvin Harris. John presents The Out Of The Blue Tour with a special stripped back performance.
Brainchild of the Guitarist Al Morrison, (New York Brass Band) The Blues Experience went from a tribute to BB King Band to a original group with its own sound.
The Band is a 10 piece and features, Horns, Guitar and sweet harmonised vocals!
The Band started in 2008 at the Hull Jazz Festival and has played all over the UK, bringing back the Guitar and Horn led Blues popular in the 1960’s.
The gig will feature original tunes and covers by John Mayer, Cream, BB King, Albert King and Ray Charles.
The Stroppies are a four piece guitar-pop band from Melbourne, Australia. Their new album on Tough Love Records recalls the classic eighties Flying Nun jangle-punk of The Clean and The Verlaines; and college rock silliness of Guided By Voices and Pavement.
Equal parts Arab Strap maudler and sweary, dry-witted solo act, Malcolm Middleton is coming to The Crescent in July after the triumphant release of his latest opus, BANANAS.
“The Murder Capital are as unstinting, honest and vicious as you’d expect the next great punk band torn from the streets of Dublin to be. They see the bar, clear it, and raise it dauntingly high.”
Discovery, The Line Of Best Fit