Events — Gigs

Glass Caves

Glass Caves started out busking relentlessly on the streets of York and have now gone on to play many major UK festivals and built a loyal fanbase nationwide. Early ticket purchase recommended!

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Mostly Autumn – *SOLD OUT*

Counted amongst the top 100 best prog bands of all time, their musical palette is diverse. and while they draw on influences from the golden age of seventies’ rock, they have developed their own unique sound and style that both captures some of the essence of that heady era and yet looks forward into the future.

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The Utopia Strong

Kavus Torabi, Michael York and Steve Davis have fused Modular Synthesisers with conventional and traditional instruments to create a weird and joyous celebration of all that is good about left field psychedelic music.

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The Christmas Escape Club – *SOLD OUT*

We are taking over the whole Crescent for what will be our best Christmassy do.
2 rooms both taking you on a poptastic genre fusing musical odyssey.
Usual and special guest DJs
This event always seems to sell out. Get your tickets now in the Crescent, Ear Worm Records or through the link here. £5 – beforehand or £6 on the night.
All proceeds going to SASH – preventing youth homelessness
Get them now!

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Miles & The Chain Gang, Sauce! + King Courgette

Miles and The Chain Gang mix influences from new wave, soul, pop and country to create an energetic, emotive hybrid of music. Fans of Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young will find much to enjoy in the band’s original material. Expect good hooks, plenty of soul and a nod to Christmas.

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My Wonderful Daze, The Receivers + Lost Trends

The first gig promoted by the With Just A Hint Of Mayhem blog promises to be a proper banging night with some of York’s finest young bands The Receivers, My Wonderful Daze + Lost Trends. All proceeds go to fab York charity SASH who work to reduce youth homelessness.

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Absolute Bowie – Greatest Hits Show

There’s a load of reasons why this show gets busier and busier every year. If you’re going to pay tribute to The Thin White Duke, you may as well get the best one around.

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