Hi everyone! As we try to navigate our way through this rather tricky scenario please be kind to us. We’re learning too. We’re going to try and do some shows! We all, you guys included, have to adhere to the current local and national event guidance. We’re going to have to be much more organised (and potentially bossy) than we like to be here. Please read the information here before attending a show.
You can now purchase Crescent T-shirts to help The Crescent Community Venue weather the COVID crisis!
Celebrating a remarkable 50 years in the business, this show promises an enormous hits-packed set spanning every year of this incredible band’s journey.
Hocus Pocus indeed!
But still sold out.
One of the hottest young bands in the UK comes to treat up to some excellent post-punk.
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.
Two top York-based singer-songwriters come together for a socially distanced show.
Dan plays here with his big band regularly but this will be a more stripped back afair.
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, and will be broadcast next Sunday alongside a support slot and interview from his close friend and mentee Katie Spencer.
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!