They sang ‘Hate That You Know Me’, and Lorde also joined Jack Antonoff for a piano rendition of ‘Don’t Take The Money’.

Lorde and Carly Rae Jepsen joined Jack Antonoff and his band Bleachers yesterday (September 16) for a performance on ‘MTV Unplugged’.

The group performed an acoustic version of ‘Hate That You Know Me’, which Jepsen orginally features on.

The show was recorded at the legendary The Stone Pony music venue in Antonoff’s home state of New Jersey.

The singer said that he had flyers from the venue all over his wall when he was growing up.

MTV revived its acoustic performance series earlier this month, after being axed in 2000.

The show, which ran from 1989 to 2000, featured bands and artists playing special, stripped-back acoustic sets of their own songs and covers of other musicians’ work.

Lorde also joined Antonoff for a piano rendition of Bleachers’ ‘Don’t Take The Money’, a song which she co-wrote.

Bleachers also performed ‘Shadow’ and ‘I Wanna Get Better’ from 2014 album ‘Strange Desire’, as well as ‘Everybody Lost Somebody’ from current album ‘Gone Now‘.

Antonoff co-produced Lorde’s sophomore album ‘Melodrama‘, released back in June.

He previously collaborated with Carly Rae Jepsen, co-writing ‘This Kiss’ B-side, ‘Sweetie’ back in 2012. He’s recently been working with her on her forthcoming album.



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Skinny Lister for Christmas Number 1!

Dec 15, 7:00am - Dec 25, 11:30pm

🎄It's that most wonderful time of the year folks, and Skinny Lister are getting all festive with new single 'Christmas Calls'. To add some extra Christmas spice - we are making our outrageous bid for the hallowed Christmas Number 1 spot. But to achieve the dream we need YOU!

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Absolute Bowie Night -EYOE, Field Day & Moth Clubs Xmas Party

Absolute Bowie Night -EYOE, Field Day & Moth Club's Xmas Party

Dec 15, 7:00pm - Dec 16, 1:00am

Eat Your Own Ears
London,  E9 Map

Eat Your Own Ears, Field Day London and MOTH CLUB have once again teamed up to bring you the Xmas party of the season...

Featuring:
ABSOLUTE BOWIE - Live tribute to David Bowie
XMAS Pub Quiz
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Camden Rocks presents Tarantula & more at Proud Camden

Camden Rocks presents Tarantula & more at Proud Camden

Dec 16, 6:00pm - Dec 16, 11:00pm

Proud Camden
1 The Stables Market Chalk Farm Rd
London,  NW1 8AH Map

Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents London based Italian gypsy-folk act Tarantula plus San Blas, Bengal Lancers, RIPLEY and Katie MF live at Proud Camden.

Since the continued success of Camden Rocks Festival, we're running a string of 'presents' shows to give you some of the best new alternative, indie, rock & metal music about!

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Hailing straight from the boot of Italy, Tarantula is a Mediterranean Gypsy-Folk band that brings "Taranta", the traditional music of Salento to the British music scene. 5 energetic musicians who come from different corners of the world including Italy and Switzerland who share their diverse musical influences with captivating circus performances exclusive for their upcoming album entitled "Rogue Rouge Circus", containing 9 singles. Each song is an episode of an intriguing and provocative story about all the mysteries, relationships and adventures behind the circus curtains.
You’ll hear authentic tambourine rhythms grooving with enchanting whistles and violins, reminiscent of the circus, the sea, the tradition, the legend and the mysticism belonging to "brown skin people" of the Mediterranean lands.

San Blas - www.facebook.com/sanblasmusic
Transforming the traditional tones of the ukulele and infusing it with the energy of British rock, it has taken over 6 years to develop a concept first thought of under a palm tree whilst watching a hut burn down. Now releasing their debut EP, San Blas would like to take you for a drive, a dance, and to reminisce about the colourful moments in life as they attempt something genuinely new with the little island instrument.

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Alt-Indie-Rock. Bengal Lancers write music about those nights out that you never remember and the days you'll never forget.

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Celtic Connections 2018

Celtic Connections 2018

Jan 18, 6:00pm - Jan 31, 11:00pm

Celtic Connections
2 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow,  G2 3 Map

Celtic Connections is the largest annual music festival of its kind and the UK's premier celebration of Celtic music.

2,100 artists. 300 events. 1 brilliant festival.

Please note that the festival dates are 18 Jan - 4 Feb. Facebook events can only last for two weeks.

Tickets on sale Wednesday 25 October at 10am.

Celtic Connections 2018 Listings:

Celtic Connections 25th Anniversary Concert
Thursday 18 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Broken Records and Special Guests
Thursday 18 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Merchant City Trad Trail
Friday 19 January
11am
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Merchant City Trad Trail
Friday 19 January
2pm
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Friday 19 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Chris Stout & Catriona McKay with King Creosote, Scottish Ensemble and special guests
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £21
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

This is the Kit with Last Horizons
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16

To Kill A King
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £12.50
Drygate

Ricky Ross and Roseanne Reid
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £25
Mackintosh Church

Saltfishforty and Red Tail Ring
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mitchell Theatre

Iain MacFarlane Trio and Kim Carnie
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrews in the Square

The One Ensemble and support
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Glad Café

David Ramirez
Friday 19 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £11
Broadcast

The Secret North and Navá
Friday 19 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Jim Malcolm and Avocet
Friday 19 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Tron Theatre

Drever McCusker Woomble and support
Friday 19 January
9.30pm
Tickets from £16
Old Fruitmarket

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Friday 19 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Friday 19 January
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Friday 19 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Corelo’s Interactive Workshop for the Under 5’s
Saturday 20 January
9.30am
Tickets from £4
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Come&Try Irish Sean-nós with Aneta Dortová
Saturday 20 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Come&Try Ukelele with Finlay Allison
Saturday 20 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Come&Try Accordion with John Somerville
Saturday 20 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Come&Try Bodhran with Cormac Byrne
Saturday 20 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Singin’ on yer Mammy’s Knee with Christina Stewart
Saturday 20 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

Merchant City Trad Trail
Saturday 20 January
11am
Tickets from £17
City Halls

The National Whisky Festival
Saturday 20 January
12pm/4.15pm
Tickets from £41
SWG3

Come&Try Step Dance with Sophie Stephenson
Saturday 20 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Big Slow Session with Nigel Gatherer
Saturday 20 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Beginners Accordion with John Somerville
Saturday 20 January
1.30pm
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Bodhran for Improvers/Players with Cormac Byrne
Saturday 20 January
1.30pm
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Playsongs for Bigger Bairns with Christina Stewart
Saturday 20 January
1.30pm
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

Merchant City Trad Trail
Saturday 20 January
2pm
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Saturday 20 January
2pm
Tickets from £12.50
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Dove Tales, the Association of Scottish Artists for Peace, presents a discussion about The Human Cost of War
Saturday 20 January
4.30pm
Tickets from £5
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Saturday 20 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

String Sisters and ‘Scotland’s Wild Heart’
Saturday 20 January
7:30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

The Lone Bellow with Deer Tick
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £17
O2 ABC

Ross Ainslie & The Sanctuary Band and Brighde Chaimbeul
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mitchell Theatre

Skerryvore and We Banjo 3
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Barrowland Ballroom

The Friel Sisters & Special Guests
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrews in the Square

Croft No. 5 and Dosca
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Saint Luke’s

Jupiter & Okwess and Les Triaboliques
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Drygate

Gaels Le Chèile @ Ceòl's Craic
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14.50
CCA

Lankum with Stick in the Wheel
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
Oran Mor

Findlay Napier’s Glasgow
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mackintosh Church

Brian Ó hEadhra & Fiona Mackenzie with Hecla
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The National Piping Centre

Brownbear
Saturday 20 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £8
Broadcast

The Tannahill Weavers – Golden Anniversary
Saturday 20 January
8pm
Tickets from £15
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Julie Fowlis and Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh
Saturday 20 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
City Halls

The Music of Laura Nyro featuring Diane Garisto & Guests
Saturday 20 January
Tickets from £18
Old Fruitmarket

Swarb! It Suits Him Well featuring The Jason Wilson Band, Martin Carthy, John Kirkpatrick & Simon Swarbrick
Saturday 20 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Tron Theatre

Trembling Bells and Special Guests
Saturday 20 January
8pm
Tickets from £13
The Hug & Pint

Celtic Connections Ceilidh Dances: Ceòlas/Beinn Lee Ceilidh Band
Saturday 20 January
8pm
Tickets from £12
Partick Burgh Halls

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Saturday 20 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Saturday 20 January
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Saturday 20 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Sean Nós dancing for Beginners with Aneta Dortová
Sunday 21 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Come&Try Fiddle with Daniel Thorpe
Sunday 21 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Rock that Uke with Finlay Allison
Sunday 21 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Come&Try Mandolin with Lanarkshire Guitar & Mandolin Association
Sunday 21 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Come&Try Whistle with Steven Blake
Sunday 21 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

Women’s Samba with Big Groove
Sunday 21 January
11am
Tickets from £7
City Halls Studio 1

Bodhran for Ensemble with Cormac Byrne
Sunday 21 January
11am
Tickets from £7
City Halls Studio 2

Come&Try Clarsach with Heather Yule
Sunday 21 January
11am
Tickets from £7
City Halls Recital Room

New Voices: Innes White
Sunday 21 January
1pm
Tickets from £12
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Step Dance for Beginners with Sophie Stephenson
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Fiddle for Beginners with Daniel Thorpe
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Song Arranging on Ukulele (Tips & Tricks) with Finlay Allison
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Come&Try Mandolin with Lanarkshire Guitar & Mandolin Association
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Whistle for Beginners with Steven Blake
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

Spoons for All with Cormac Byrne
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
City Halls Studio 2

Clarsach for Beginners with Heather Yule
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
City Halls Recital Room

Come&Try Djembe with Allan Hughes
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
City Halls Club Room

Kids Come&Try Samba Drumming (4-7 years) with Big Groove
Sunday 21 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £4
City Halls Studio 1

Merchant City Trad Trail
Sunday 21 January
2pm
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Hazy Recollections
Sunday 21 January
2.30pm
Tickets from £12.50
O2 ABC2

Kids Come&Try Samba Drumming (8-12 years) with Big Groove
Sunday 21 January
2.30pm
Tickets from £4
City Halls Studio 1

All Age Samba Band (ages 8-adult) with Big Groove
Sunday 21 January
3.30pm
Tickets from £7
City Halls Studio 1

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Sunday 21 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Shawn Colvin and Her Band – A Few Small Repairs 20th Anniversary Tour with special guests Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
Sunday 21 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £28
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Ladies of Soul
Sunday 21 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Oran Mor

Keenan/Gavin/Byrne and Lahira
Sunday 21 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
City Halls

Jean-Michel Veillon & Yvon Riou and The LIT Trio
Sunday 21 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrews in the Square

Tommy Smith & Brian Kellock and Fergus McCreadie Trio
Sunday 21 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium

Boo Hewerdine and Marianne McGregor
Sunday 21 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Tron Theatre

Brian Kennedy and support
Sunday 21 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
Old Fruitmarket

Accordionesse
Sunday 21 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

SOUNDING: Modern Studies & Lomond Campbell with The Pumpkinseeds Chamber Orchestra
Sunday 21 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Saint Luke’s

Doghouse Roses, John Alexander and Mandula & Hephziba
Sunday 21 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Sunday 21 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £5
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Sunday 21 January
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Sunday 21 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Celtic Connections on Campus
Monday 22 January
12.30
Free
Caledonian University

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Monday 22 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Juan de Marcos Afro-Cuban All Stars and support
Monday 22 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £23
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Start to End: Joni Mitchell – Court and Spark
Monday 22 January
8.30pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Celtic Connections on Campus
Tuesday 23 January
12.30
Free
Caledonian University

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Tuesday 23 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Lee Fields and the Expressions
Tuesday 23 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16.50


Max Richter Ensemble: Woolf Works
Tuesday 23 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £24
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

The Youth and Young
Tuesday 23 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £6
Broadcast

Liz Carroll with Séan Óg Graham & Trevor Hutchinson and Niamh Dunne
Tuesday 23 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Frank Turner and support
Tuesday 23 January
8pm
Tickets from £26
Old Fruitmarket

Start to End: John Martyn – Solid Air
Tuesday 23 January
8.30pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Celtic Connections on Campus
Wednesday 24 January
12.30
Free
Caledonian University

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Wednesday 24 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Dougie MacLean and support
Wednesday 24 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Le Vent du Nord with Apiary
Wednesday 24 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
O2 ABC

The Deslondes with Underhill Rose
Wednesday 24 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Oran Mor

Mandolin Orange and support
Wednesday 24 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mackintosh Church

Bright Phoebus Revisited
Wednesday 24 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Mitchell Theatre

BEMIS celebrates Burns
Wednesday 24 January
8pm
Tickets from £22
Old Fruitmarket

Cathal McConnell and Hannah Rarity
Wednesday 24 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Alessi’s Ark and Special Guest
Wednesday 24 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Greater Belfast
Wednesday 24 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
Tron Theatre

Merchant City Trad Trail
Thursday 25 January
11am
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Celtic Connections on Campus
Thursday 25 January
12.30
Free
Caledonian University

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Thursday 25 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Fiddlers’ Bid with Frigg
Thursday 25 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

James Grant and Yola Carter
Thursday 25 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
O2 ABC

The Fretless with Ewan Robertson
Thursday 25 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrew’s in the Square

John Smith & Friends and support
Thursday 25 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mitchell Theatre

An Evening with LAU
Thursday 25 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
City Halls

Band of Burns
Thursday 25 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Old Fruitmarket

Binneas nam Ban
Thursday 25 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Last Night from Glasgow: Carla Easton, The Gracious Losers and The Miss’s
Thursday 25 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Greater Belfast
Thursday 25 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
Tron Theatre

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Thursday 25 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Thursday 25 January
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Thursday 25 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Merchant City Trad Trail
Friday 26 January
11am
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Celtic Connections on Campus
Friday 26 January
12.30
Free
Caledonian University

Merchant City Trad Trail
Friday 26 January
2pm
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Friday 26 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Òrain nan Gàidheal: Songs of the Gael featuring the BBC SSO & Special Guests
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Sierra Hull with support
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mitchell Theatre

Väsen and Aizle
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Mackintosh Church

Lúnasa & Special Guests
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
City Halls

Big Country 25th Anniversary and support
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £21
O2 ABC

John Coletta & The HUMPFF FAMILY Revival and support
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Oran Mor

The Glad Community Choir and Friends
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Glad Café

Matthew Tighe and An Dhá
Friday 26 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The National Piping Centre

Greater Belfast
Friday 26 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
Tron Theatre

Peatbog Faeries & Special Guests
Friday 26 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
Old Fruitmarket

Charlie Straw
Friday 26 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Friday 26 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Friday 26 January
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Friday 26 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Corelo’s Interactive Workshop for the Under 5’s
Saturday 27 January
9.30am
Tickets from £4
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Fiddle Village with Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 January
Start at 10am
Tickets from £60 (for 2 day workshop)
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Ukulele School with Finlay Allison
Saturday 27 January and Sunday 28 January
Start at 10am
Tickets from £60 (for 2 day workshop)
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Come&Try Stepdance with Kae Sakurai
Saturday 27 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Stepdance, Jigs and Slipjigs for Beginners with Kae Sakurai
Saturday 27 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Merchant City Trad Trail
Saturday 27 January
11am
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Feis Ceilidh Trail with KIN and the Community
Saturday 27 January
2pm
Tickets from £12.50
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Merchant City Trad Trail
Saturday 27 January
2pm
Tickets from £17
City Halls

Greater Belfast
Saturday 27 January
2pm
Tickets from £18
Tron Theatre

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Saturday 27 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Roaming Roots Revue: The Wild One, Forever – A Tribute To Tom Petty
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer and Teddy Thompson
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £23
City Halls

Joe Henry and Aara Hart
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Mackintosh Church

Lord Huron and The Weather Station and Flyte
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
O2 ABC

The 4 of Us and Lizabett Russo
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Oran Mor

Sean McKeown & Liam O’Connor with Smok
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The National Piping Centre

A New International
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Glad Café

Cara Dillon and The Fretless
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium

Chris Wood and Me for Queen
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14.50
St Andrew’s in the Square

Bothy Culture & Beyond and Niteworks
Saturday 27 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £39.75
The SSE Hydro

Hannah Peel – Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia & Tubular Brass – Tubular Bells
Saturday 27 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Old Fruitmarket

Molsky’s Mountain Drifters with Salt House
Saturday 27 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Marnie and Special Guests
Saturday 27 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Greater Belfast
Saturday 27 January
8pm
Tickets from £18
Tron Theatre

Celtic Connections Ceilidh Dances: Scott Harvey Ceilidh Band
Saturday 27 January
8pm
Tickets from £12
Partick Burgh Hall

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Saturday 27 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Saturday 27 January
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Saturday 27 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Stepdance for All with Kae Sakurai and Sophie Stephenson
Sunday 28 January
10.30am
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

New Voices: Sarah-Jane Summers
Sunday 28 January
1pm
Tickets from £12
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Stepdance for All with Kae Sakurai and Sophie Stephenson
Sunday 28 January
1.30pm
Tickets from £7
Caledonian University

Merchant City Trad Trail
Sunday 28 January
2pm
Free
City Halls

Hazy Recollections
Sunday 28 January
2.30pm
Tickets from £12.50
O2 ABC2

The Groove is Not Trivial with Q&A (screening)
Sunday 28 January
3.45pm
Tickets from £9.50
GFT

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Sunday 28 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year Final 2018
Sunday 28 January
5pm
Tickets from £15
City Halls

Northern Star – Scotland Sings Canada
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

I’m With Her and Rory Butler
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium

Isle of Eigg 20th Anniversary Celebration
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Drygate

Alela Diane and Mick Flannery
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Mackintosh Church

The Barr Brothers with The Oh Hellos
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Saint Luke’s

Maid of the Loch ‘The Heart of Loch Lomond’
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Mitchell Theatre

Richard Dawson and support
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £12.50
Platform

Alkinoos Ioannidis and support
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
St Andrew’s in the Square

David Foley & Jack Smedley with Heather Downie
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The National Piping Centre

Songwriters Circle: Mick Hargan, Katee Kross and Panic Anchor
Sunday 28 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £6
Broadcast

Northern Celtic Routes and Estbel
Sunday 28 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Old Fruitmarket

Adam Sutherland, Mairearad Green, Anna Massie & Hamish Napier with Andreas Tophøj & Rune Barslund
Sunday 28 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Last Night from Glasgow: Sister John, Annie Booth and Andrew Nicol
Sunday 28 January
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Northern Flyway
Sunday 28 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Tron Theatre

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Sunday 28 January
10:30pm
Tickets from £5
The Art School

House of Song
Sunday 28 January
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Monday 29 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Dale Watson & His Lone Stars and special guests
Monday 29 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Martin Simpson with Tony McManus
Monday 29 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Eugene Kelly (The Vaselines) and Special Guests
Monday 29 January
8pm
Tickets from £13
The Hug & Pint

Northern Flyway
Monday 29 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Tron Theatre

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Tuesday 30 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Oumou Sangaré and Solo & Indrė
Tuesday 30 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

James Yorkston and Sarah Hayes & Sara Kazmi
Tuesday 30 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Glad Café

Dick Gaughan Benefit Concert with Special Guests
Tuesday 30 January
8pm
Tickets from £20
Old Fruitmarket

The Railsplitters and Iona Fyfe
Tuesday 30 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Fiskur and Friends
Tuesday 30 January
8.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Hug & Pint

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Wednesday 31 January
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Kate Rusby & Friends and Aoife Scott
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Shake the Chains
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mitchell Theatre

Words and Music by Willy Vlautin
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mackintosh Church

Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker & John Doyle and Snuffbox
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Drygate

A.Savage and Jack Cooper
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £10.50
Broadcast

Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards and WHYTE
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrew’s in the Square

Courtney Marie Andrews with Adam Holmes & the Embers
Wednesday 31 January
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
O2 ABC

Martin Hayes Quartet and Brothers of the Free Reed
Wednesday 31 January
8pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert, Main Auditorium

Ímar and Kaia Kater
Wednesday 31 January
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Mary Ann Kennedy and Luar na Lubre
Wednesday 31 January
8pm
Tickets from £16
Old Fruitmarket

Merchant City Trad Trail
Thursday 1 February
2pm
Free
City Halls

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Thursday 1 February
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Blazin’ Fiddles 20th and Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Fiddle Fair at Celtic Connections
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrew’s in the Square

Declan O’Rourke and Josie Duncan & Pablo Lafuente
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
Mitchell Theatre

Hayseed Dixie and Emma McGrath
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £18.50
O2 ABC

Arrest This Moment: Celebrating the Life of Michael Marra in Words and Music
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Pavilion Theatre

Ryan Young with Andrew Finn Magill
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The National Piping Centre

C.Macleod and Wallis Bird
Thursday 1 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Saint Luke’s

The Poozies and support
Thursday 1 February
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

The Gallant Sixteen and Twine it Weel
Thursday 1 February
8pm
Tickets from £15
Tron Theatre

Declan Welsh and Friends
Thursday 1 February
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Levellers Acoustic and The Brother Brothers
Thursday 1 February
9.30pm
Tickets from £22
Old Fruitmarket

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Thursday 1 February
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Thursday 1 February
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Thursday 1 February
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Merchant City Trad Trail
Friday 2 February
11am
Free
City Halls

Merchant City Trad Trail
Friday 2 February
2pm
Free
City Halls

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Friday 2 February
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Transatlantic Sessions
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £28
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Adam Sutherland Band with Sarah-Jane Summers & Juhani Silvola
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium

Skipinnish and Special Guests
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £24
Pavilion Theatre

The Bow Brothers and Calum Stewart
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
Mitchell Theatre

Out Lines and Hamish Hawk
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Saint Luke’s

101 Scottish Songs – The Wee Red Book
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrew’s in the Square

Dean Owens and Jenny Sturgeon Trio
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Drygate

Sound of Yell, IIk and Aby Vulliamy
Friday 2 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Glad Café

Rura and Kinnaris Quintet
Friday 2 February
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Peter Broderick and Jamie Sutherland (Broken Records)
Friday 2 February
8pm
Tickets from £13
The Hug & Pint

Lorcán Mac Mathúna with Cassie & Maggie
Friday 2 February
8pm
Tickets from £15
Tron Theatre

Elephant Sessions and Notify
Friday 2 February
9.30pm
Tickets from £16
Old Fruitmarket

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Friday 2 February
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Friday 2 February
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Friday 2 February
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Corelo’s Interactive Workshop for the Under 5’s
Saturday 3 February
9.30am
Tickets from £4
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Gaelic Waulking Songs with Ainsley Hamill
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Bulgarian Songs (West) with Kate Young
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

Songs of the Sea with Gillian Frame
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Big-hearted Songs for Big-hearted Singers with Ali Burns
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Lau-Land: Fiddle Workshop – Aidan O’Rourke
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
CCA

Lau-Land: Guitar Workshop – Accompanying Traditional Music – Kris Drever
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
CCA

Lau-Land: Workshop – Arranging Trad Tunes (any instrument)
Saturday 3 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
CCA

Merchant City Trad Trail
Saturday 3 February
11am
Free
City Halls

Lau-Land: Karine Polwart “Insight into the Making of Wind Resistance”
Saturday 3 February
12.30
Tickets from £10
CCA

Lau-Land: Cormac Begley – Finding Your Own Musical Voice
Saturday 3 February
12.30
Tickets from £10
CCA

Gaelic Puirt with Ainsley Hamill
Saturday 3 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Classic Gospel with Ali Burns
Saturday 3 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Night Music Muldoon’s Picnic
Saturday 3 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Bulgarian Songs (East) with Kate Young
Saturday 3 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

TMSA Young Trad Tour
Saturday 3 February
2pm
Tickets from £12.50
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Merchant City Trad Trail
Saturday 3 February
2pm
Free
City Halls

Lau-Land: Dialectics – A Celebration of Regional Voices
Saturday 3 February
3pm
Tickets from £10
CCA

Lau-Land: Panel Discussion “Progression in Traditional Music”
Saturday 3 February
4pm
Free but ticketed
CCA

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage
Saturday 3 February
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

Michael McGoldrick Band and Talisk
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
O2 ABC

Alex Rex and Radie Peat
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £13
The Glad Café

Fara and Low Lily
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
St Andrew’s in the Square

Blasta and Xabi Aburruzaga
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mitchell Theatre

Fergie MacDonald: The Ceilidh King
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £22
Pavilion Theatre

Siobhan Wilson Band with the Demi Octet and Jamie Sutherland
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Mackintosh Church

TootArd with Trio Tekke
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
Drygate

Old Blind Dogs
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £15
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium

Tide Lines and support
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £14
Saint Luke’s

Sam Outlaw and support
Saturday 3 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Oran Mor

Colter Wall and Tyler Childers
Saturday 3 February
8pm
Tickets from £15
Tron Theatre

Daoiri Farrell
Saturday 3 February
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Jaye Bartell and Special Guests
Saturday 3 February
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Celtic Connections Ceilidh Dances: RSCDS Ceilidh: The Clappy Doo Ceilidh Band
Saturday 3 February
8pm
Tickets from £12
Partick Burgh Hall

Lau-Land: Lau 10th Birthday Party
Saturday 3 February
9pm
Tickets from £14
CCA

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Saturday 3 February
10:30pm
Tickets from £10
The Art School

Late Night Sessions
Saturday 3 February
11pm
Tickets from £7.50
Drygate

House of Song
Saturday 3 February
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland

Songs from the Outer Hebrides with Mischa MacPherson
Sunday 4 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

The Unspoke Song with Corrina Hewat
Sunday 4 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Spurned Lovers with Gillian Frame
Sunday 4 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Folk Songs from Glasgow with Robyn Stapleton
Sunday 4 February
10.30am
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

New Voices: Ailie Robertson
Sunday 4 February
1pm
Tickets from £12
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Gaelic Lullabies & Laments with Mischa MacPherson
Sunday 4 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall

The Unspoke Song with Corrina Hewat
Sunday 4 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City of Music Studio

Day Dreams with Muldoon’s Picnic
Sunday 4 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Clyde Foyer

Love and Friendship Songs with Robyn Stapleton
Sunday 4 February
1.30pm
Tickets from £10
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Lomond Foyer

Merchant City Trad Trail
Sunday 4 February
2pm
Free
City Halls

Hazy Recollections
Sunday 4 February
2.30pm
Tickets from £12.50
O2 ABC2

Danny Kyle’s Open Stage: 2018 Finalists
Sunday 4 February
5pm
Free
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Exhibition Centre

Duncan Chisholm presents Sandwood and support
Sunday 4 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £20
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium

Celtic Connections Closing Party - Mànran & special guests and The Young Folk
Sunday 4 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £18
O2 ABC

Transatlantic Sessions
Sunday 4 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £28
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Main Auditorium

Sam Baker and support
Sunday 4 February
7.30pm
Tickets from £16
Mackintosh Church

Matthew Logan Vasquez (The Delta Spirit) and Special Guests
Sunday 4 February
8pm
Tickets from £11
The Hug & Pint

Sultans of String and Maeve Mackinnon
Sunday 4 February
8pm
Tickets from £14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

The Mavericks and support
Sunday 4 February
8pm
Tickets from £26
Old Fruitmarket

Celtic Connections Festival Club
Sunday 4 February
10:30pm
Tickets from £5
The Art School

House of Song
Sunday 4 February
11pm
Free
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland
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Skerryvore & We Banjo 3 - The Barrowlands / Celtic Connections

Skerryvore & We Banjo 3 - The Barrowlands / Celtic Connections

Jan 20, 7:30pm - Jan 20, 10:30pm

Barrowland Ballroom
Glasgow,  G4 0TT Map

Reprising their double bill at Celtic Connections 2016, Scotland’s Skerryvore and Ireland’s We Banjo 3 – who’ve become firm friends via frequent festival meetings – prepare to raise the roof of Glasgow’s most fabled venue.

213 interested  ·  162 going
Ladies of Soul - Òran Mór

Ladies of Soul - Òran Mór

Jan 21, 7:00pm - Jan 21, 10:00pm

The Venue at Òran Mór
Oran Mor, Top of Byres Road
Glasgow,  G12 8QX Map

A collaborative triple bill of up-and-coming soul talent, highlighting the genre’s 21st-century vibrancy. Born in Nigeria, now Glasgow-based, Unoma Okudo Music has opened for Macy Gray and Alexander O’Neal, and won high praise for 2016’s debut EP Odyssey, reflecting her musical journey from childhood singing in church to contemporary jazz/soul stylings. London’s Sharlene-Monique, who’s toured with Grammy nominee Oleta Adams, combines emotive, gospel-tinged vocals with inspiring songs of empowerment and self-acceptance, while adventurous Glasgow quintet Flembot – compellingly fronted by Rachel Lightbody, and featuring Breabach bassist James Lindsay – cite influences that range from Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan to funk/electronica duo Knower.... See MoreSee Less

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Sounding at Celtic Connections: Modern Studies + Lomond Campbell

Sounding at Celtic Connections: Modern Studies + Lomond Campbell

Jan 21, 7:30pm - Jan 21, 10:30pm

Saint Luke's & The Winged Ox
17 Bain Street, Calton
Glasgow,  G40 2JZ Map

SOUNDING is a multimedia concert originally staged by Modern Studies, Lomond Campbell and the Pumpkinseed Chamber Orchestra at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

SOUNDING will return at Celtic Connections in Glasgow on 21st January 2018.

At SOUNDING, two of the most progressive and highly regarded new Scottish acts present their unique brand of pastoral and lyrical pop, enhanced by intricate arrangements played by renowned ten-piece string section the Pumpkinseeds, with brass and gospel voices, in what promises to be a spectacle of contemporary indie talent.

After the success of their album Swell to Great (****MOJO, ****Scotsman, ****List), Modern Studies will debut material from their ambitious sophomore LP (to be released on Fire Records in early 2018).

Lomond Campbell’s album Black River Promise (**** Scotsman, ****Record Collector, ****List) will be presented in its entirety following the HEAVENLY RECORDINGS reissue in November 2017.

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Afro-Cuban All Stars Live at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Afro-Cuban All Stars Live at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Jan 22, 7:30pm - Jan 22, 10:30pm

Celtic Connections
2 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow,  G2 3 Map

For more than 40 years, the legendary singer, guitarist, bandleader and impresario Juan de Marcos has been a linchpin figure in the evolution and popularisation of his native Cuban music. Having co-founded the great Sierra Maestra in 1976, he oversaw that line-up’s eventual expansion into the Afro-Cuban All Stars, as featured in the original, seminal 1997 Buena Vista Social Club recordings, whose ‘brand’ has since sold over 12 million albums. Today’s multi-generational, 14-piece All Stars draw on at least a century’s worth of Cuban sounds and styles, from vintage son via Latin jazz to hip-hop, matching master musicianship with red-hot passion. “If this music doesn't move you, you've got no place to go” (NPR)... See MoreSee Less

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Celtic Connections: The Youth and Young + Dante & Deni Smith

Celtic Connections: The Youth and Young + Dante & Deni Smith

Jan 23, 7:00pm - Jan 23, 10:30pm

Broadcast
427 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow,  G2 3LG Map

Formed in 2012, The Youth And Young are an 8-piece noisy folk band from the east coast of Scotland. Since then the band have developed a burgeoning reputation for engaging and raucous live performances which have earned them coveted support slots with heavyweight compatriots; We Were Promised Jetpacks, Fatherson, and There Will Be Fireworks. As well as sharing stages with fellow upstarts; Foreignfox, and Mt. Doubt.

48 interested  ·  18 going
Band of Burns - Celtic Connections - Glasgow Fruit Market

Band of Burns - Celtic Connections - Glasgow Fruit Market

Jan 25, 8:00pm - Jan 25, 11:00pm

The Old Fruitmarket
Candleriggs, Glasgow
Glasgow,  G1 1NQ Map

Continuing the Celtic Connections tradition of Burns Nights with a difference, tonight’s festivities mark the Scottish debut of an ambitious Rabbie-themed collaboration, celebrating the life, work and contemporary legacy of Scotland’s best-loved bard.

Originally formed for two shows last January, Band of Burns features 12 musicians from line-ups including The Langan Band, Honeyfeet, The Odd Beats and 58 Degrees North, Adam Beattie, Dominie Hooper with diverse backgrounds in Scottish, Irish, English and Turkish music. As well as a love of Burns’s writings, all share a belief in the values he championed – equality, social justice and the power of love – and in their pressing relevance amid today’s troubled times.

Centred on arresting new versions of classic Burns songs, the band’s material also takes in original compositions and instrumental sets, delivered by an array of compelling vocalists, together with fiddle, bagpipes, and rhythm section. Their crowdfunded debut album, Live at the Union Chapel, thrillingly captures the magic of that triumphant London première.

Adam Beattie - Guitar, Bass, Vocals
Alastair Caplin - Fiddle, Guitar, Vocals
Dave Tunstall - Bass, Bagpipes
Dominie Hooper - Cello, Vocals
Dila Vardar - Vocals
Ellis Davies - Guitar
Ewan Macdonald- Fiddle, Cittern
Feilimi Devlin - Bodhrén
John Langan - Guitar, Cajon, Vocals
Lewis Murray - Fiddle
Mikey Kenney - Fiddle, Vocals
Ríoghnach Connolly - Vocals, Irish Flute
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VegfestUK Brighton 2018

VegfestUK Brighton 2018

Mar 24, 11:00am - Mar 25, 5:00pm

Brighton Centre
Kings Rd
Brighton,  BN1 2GR Map

VegfestUK returns to the South Coast after 9 fabulous years at one of the nation’s biggest concentrations of vegan food and products in Brighton. In 2018, there will be a slight makeover of featured areas to go along with the usual vibrant mix of stalls and culinary delights, and we are so excited to introduce a whole new world of vegan delights to everybody looking for more vegan options at our first event of 2018 at Brighton.

NEW featured areas will include The Veganuary reunion party on the Sunday, with Veganuary participants, staff, ambassadors, friends of the campaign involved – the party will be open to attendees of Brighton Vegfest too.

Returning to the Saturday part of the show is The FxEctive Factor competition with a range of talented vegan musicians and activists pitting their wits against each other in the spirit of showcasing the unique talents we’ve got in the UK vegan community right now.

Also making their debuts at VegfestUK Brighton 2018 are a trio of newly themed talks rooms, namely The Vegan Academy, with a diverse range of topics on veganism for everyone at various stages of their journeys towards veganism, followed by a couple of talks rooms on the benefits of Plant-Based Diets, one focused on Optimum Performance and the other focused on Optimum Health.

The Vegan Comedy Festival, which was introduced back in 2015 when VegfestUK made its first return to the modern, sleek and spacious Brighton Centre, will once again be a 2-day festival featuring some of the most original vegan comedians in the country.

Other exciting areas not to be missed include the Cookery Demos, the Mature Zone, the Kids Area, the Stage, plus more TBA.

Of course, don’t miss the huge collection of around 230 stalls packed full of some of the best vegan products in the market, on top of 19 caterers serving a mouthwatering vegan menu at what is expected to be a very busy show.

Advance tickets will cost £7 per day and £10 for the whole weekend, plus booking fees, whilst tickets on the door will cost £10 for adults and £5 for concessions. Kids under 16 get free entry as long as they are accompanied by adults. Advance tickets will be available to buy in January 2018.

Meanwhile, read this blog here for a full summary of VegfestUK Brighton 2017:

bit.ly/BRIG2017-Summary
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The London Intl Ska Festival 2018 / 30th anniversary

The London Intl Ska Festival 2018 / 30th anniversary

Mar 29, 7:00pm - Apr 1, 11:55pm

London, United Kingdom
London,   Map

The London Intl Ska Festival returns to the capital for it's 30th Anniversary next Easter - Thursday 29th March- Sunday 1st April.

834 interested  ·  307 going
Crookfest 2018

Crookfest 2018

May 6, 11:55am - May 6, 11:00pm

CrookFEST
Crook Town AFC, West Rd
Crook,  DL15 9PW Map

CrookFest is a one day music festival held in the grounds of Crook Town AFC featuring tribute and cover bands performing inside the Main Marquee the Scooter Tent and on the Hut Bar Stage starting at 2pm till 11pm tickets are £15 there will be NO ALCOHOL allowed though turnstiles and NO CAMPING ..

170 interested  ·  144 going
Bearded Theorys Spring Gathering 2018

Bearded Theory's Spring Gathering 2018

May 24, 12:00pm - May 27, 11:00pm

Bearded Theory's Spring Gathering
Catton Hall & Park
Walton-on-Trent,  DE12 8LN Map

BEARDED THEORY - THE SPRING GATHERING 2018

Thursday 24th May - Sunday 27th May 2018
Catton Hall, DE123LN.

🎟 2018 Prices 🎟
2018 Tickets - goo.gl/Chs9pj
'Early-Bird' Standard Adult (16+): SOLD OUT
Standard Adult (16+): £115
Ages (12-15): £55
Ages (6-11): £28
Ages (0-5): FREE
Car: £12.50
Campervans: £37.50

ALL TICKETS INCLUDE THURSDAY ENTRY & ENTERTAINMENT.

Tickets are on sale via the SEE Tickets website or by calling the Box Office on: 0871 220 0260. All ticket funds are secured in SeeTickets escrow account until after the festival.

All children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult (21+). Please ensure you purchase the correct ticket for the age of your child as of May 25th 2017. Our gate entry will require photographic identification for any children that look older than their age. Ages 16+ might require identification to validate their age.

Bearded Theory is a multi-award winning creative and performing arts festival set in the beautiful grounds of Catton Hall in the heart of the National Forest. The festival borders 3 counties of West Midlands, South Derbyshire and Staffordshire and only 2 hours away for 50% of the UKs population.

We have been recognised in the National press as being one of the best festivals of the summer in various articles in the Guardian, Express, Sun, Independent, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 1, Channel 4, BBC Entertainment and the Mirror. We have an award winning free Children’s Village along with an award winning bar selling real ales, lagers and ciders at pub tariffs. In addition we are one of the very few festivals that allow you to bring your own drink into our arenas.

LINE-UP - COMING SOON!
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We Are FSTVL 2018

We Are FSTVL 2018

May 25, 12:00pm - May 28, 12:00pm

Upminster, Greater London

Tickets on sale now via: www.wearefstvl.com

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Staffs Fest 2018!

Staffs Fest 2018!

May 25, 5:00pm - May 27, 10:00pm

Staffs Fest
Lower Drayton Farm
Stafford,  ST19 5RE Map

STAFFS FEST 2018!
After three successful years, Staffs Fest returns bringing you a fun-filled, family orientated, Live Music Festival weekend to remember!

You'll get to experience the very best of the UK's up-and-coming bands, some golden oldies, and Staffs Fest favourites, allowing you to sink your teeth into some incredible Rock, Blues, Reggae, Soul, Acoustic Magic, and undeniable talent!

Marquee One The Stage and Main Bar is under cover in a huge marquee so come rain or shine, your musical festival experience is the best it can be!

Marquee Two In the Acoustic Marquee Friday and Saturday you have the best of local acoustic musicians and on Sunday we are introducing a...

SOUL ALL DAYER with ten Soul & Motown DJs playing the best of sound on vinyl

Staffs Fest runs on the May Bank Holiday starting Friday 25th, through to Sunday 27th and is one of the best value for money festival in the Midlands!

ALL tickets included free camping! So, whenever you decide to turn up, bring your tents or your caravans, pitch up and stay the night!

Kids under 16 get FREE ENTRY!!!
There will be plenty to eat, plenty to drink, plenty to do, and you'll love every minute!

GET SHARING, GET SPREADING THE WORD!
Enquiries to admin@staffsfest.co.uk
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Heartland Festival 2018

Heartland Festival 2018

May 31, 4:00pm - Jun 2, 10:59pm

Heartland Festival
Egeskov Gade 18,
Kværndrup,  5772 Map

BILLETSALGET TIL HEARTLAND FESTIVAL 2018 ER STARTET

Heartland Festival vender tilbage til Egeskov Slot den 31. maj til 2. juni 2018 og præsenterer sine gæster for et festivalprogram fordelt på fire søjler: MUSIC, TALKS, ART og FOOD.

I 2017 bød Heartland bl.a. på Eddie Vedder, Bryan Ferry, Cat Power, Bomba Estereo, Londaon Grammar, Miguel, Tony Oursler, Michael Stipe, Douglas Coupland og Olafur Eliasson.

Køb din billet her: www.heartlandfestival.dk

10355 interested  ·  1784 going
Community Festival 2018

Community Festival 2018

Jul 1, 11:30am - Jul 1, 10:00pm

Community Festival
Finsbury Park
London,  N4 Map

Community Festival returns to Finsbury Park on Sunday 1 July 2018.

3595 interested  ·  839 going
The Shrives at Deerstock Festival 2018

The Shrives at Deerstock Festival 2018

Jul 20, 12:00am - Jul 22, 12:00am

Newton Cross Country Course, East Bridgford Road, Newton, Nottingham NG13 8HN Map

We're playing DEERSTOCK!

Photo by Ed Chappell!

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Cameron Sinclair Harris at Deerstock Festival 2018!

Cameron Sinclair Harris at Deerstock Festival 2018!

Jul 20, 12:00am - Jul 22, 3:00am

Newton Cross Country Course
Shelford Manor, Shelford, Manor Lane
Nottingham,  NG12 1ES Map

Honoured to be gracing the lineup of Deerstock Festival 2018! All for an amazing cause, grab a ticket, and I'll see you in the fields x

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The Amber Herd @ Deerstock 2018

The Amber Herd @ Deerstock 2018

Jul 20, 12:00pm - Jul 22, 11:00pm

We are honoured to be gracing the stage at Deerstock again in 2018 more details to follow as announced x

31 interested  ·  16 going
Deerstock 2018

Deerstock 2018

Jul 20, 6:00pm - Jul 22, 9:30pm

Deerstock is a charity- based boutique music festival that runs in 2018 from 20st-22nd July. The aim of the event is primarily to raise funds for good causes but also to give families a chance to experience a ‘proper’ music festival in a field with camping and the chance to meet other families and festival goers in a small safe environment.

There will be over 60 bands on three stages featuring a variety of quality music, real ale, various food outlets and free camping.

Deerstock is run entirely by volunteers and is now in its 7th successful year.

Website: www.deerstock.co.uk

Contact: info@deerstock.co.uk



FAQs



Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

ID will be required at the bar only. Children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

The site is a Horse Cross Country Course and there are jumps stored around the site Deerstock ask parents to ensure their children do not play on these and cannot accept responsibilty for any accidents.




What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The site is in a field between East Brudgford and Shelford which have good bus services.



What can I bring into the event?

We are happy for festival goers to bring any food or drink but no glass or cans in the arena.

However its is a fund raiser and all profits from the arena bar go to our charities.



How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

info@deerstock.co.uk



What's the refund policy?

Ticket price refund up until the day before the event (Fees will be withheld by Eventbrite)
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145 interested  ·  79 going
Rabidfest 2018

Rabidfest 2018

Aug 3, 3:00pm - Aug 5, 3:00pm

Music at The Northcourt
Northcourt Road
Abingdon,  OX14 1PL Map

Oxfordshire's number one Rock & Metal Festival returns for it's second year! Tickets on sale now from our website, and other ticket websites.

41 interested  ·  39 going
Farmer Phils Festival 2018

Farmer Phils Festival 2018

Aug 10, 12:00pm - Aug 13, 1:00am

Farmer Phil's Festival
Near Gatten Farm, Rattlinghope
Shrewsbury,  SY5 0SN Map

Back for the 20th year 😍

Winner of Festival Kidz Best Tiny Festival Award🥇 😍 👏🏻

Farmer Phils Festival offers you...
*3 Day Music Festival
*Up to 7 nights camping
*Park by your tent
*Almost 100 live acts
*3 bars including local real ale and cocktails
*Great food catering for all tastes
*Childrens entertainment
*Wonderful people
*Beautiful setting
*Additional activities put on the week before to keep all ages entertained

Ticket information to follow...

Website >>> www.farmerphilsfestival.com
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