Performing choice cuts of gonzo mutato classics from throughout the career of Akron, OHIO’s finest sons; a labour of love and sincerity bringing the message of Devolution to the good spuds of the UK.
London indie-rockers The Rifles return to The Crescent for an acoustic show in February.
This show is now cancelled. We will hopefully be able to run some more Socially Distanced shows once the health situation allows, apologies for any inconvenience. All tickets will be refunded automatically from your point of purchase.
A Christmas Party of sorts from Please Please You.
King No-One singer Zach Lount is coming to play a Christmas show for us!
The Crescent, Please Please You and Ouroboros have collaborated to present a special online concert from legendary troubadour Michael Chapman. The concert was recorded during lockdown at The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall here in York.
SPECIAL INDEPENDENT VENUE WEEK OFFER!
To celebrate Michael’s 80th Birthday, this show is now available for only £5!
Or you can choose to pay £10/ £15 to further support Michael and the freelance Production Crew during these difficult times.
We’re chuffed to welcome London post-punks Shame for a very intimate socially distanced, seated show as they prepare to release their second album Drunk Tank Pink.
Tickets on sale on 25/11/20 at 10:00am via the band’s website.
Buzzing from the release of their much loved 2020 record, ‘I’m A Moron’, Lancaster duo Holly Ross and David Blackwell finally make it back to York. Outsider, lo-fi punk with plenty of weirdness and great pop songs to boot!
Avalanche Party return to York to perform a special one off, intimate gig where they’ll be playing stripped back and reworked tracks from their debut album and previously unheard songs.
We’re delighted to welcome local buskers-supreme and champion party twangers Hyde Family Jam for a socially distanced residency in December.