2021 Programme (so far)…

 

Ferocious Dog + Holy Moly and the Crackers + Gaz Brookfield
Saturday August 28th 2021 – 7pm // The Civic Hall, Cottingham

With the power and aggression of punk-rock and the poignant, meaningful lyrics of folk, Ferocious Dog have created a truly unique and magnificent sound. Veterans of the live music scene, the band have spent recent years honing their skills by touring relentlessly both in the UK and beyond. Ever-evolving folk-alt-rock band Holy Moly and the Crackers play main support.

Come along for the ride – the craziest party in town always has room for one more..

£22.50adv | Book here

 

Snake Davis: Burden of Paradise
Saturday August 28th 2021 – 7.30pm // The Back Room, Cottingham

Sax man Snake hits the road again in 2020 with his almost acoustic line-up “Burden of Paradise” for a series of intimate concerts. The band was formed seven years ago with three of his very favorite musician friends. Breathtaking skill, warm co-operation and witty anarchic banter. BoP invites its audience into a world of tenderness, virtuosity and human frailty. No drums. Just voice, saxophone and a pulsing engine room of double bass and guitar. BoP’s unique interpretations of evocative songs from Dylan to Dowland are spell-binding. Intimate all seated show, limited to 100 tickets.

£18adv | Book here

 

The Wandering Hearts + support (AFTERNOON SHOW)
Sunday August 29th 2021 – 1.30pm // The Civic Hall, Cottingham

To paint a picture of The Wandering Hearts one would need to find their most blood red hard earned brush. An Americana / Country music group from London that came together almost in defiance of the current zeitgest of rhinestone hats and Fender guitar UK country-rock that has jumped onto the proverbial bandwagon in the last two years.

Special stipped back performance from the former festival headliners…

£15adv (UNRESERVED SEATS) | Book here

 

Badly Drawn Boy + Kathryn Williams
Sunday August 29th 2021 – 7.30pm // The Civic Hall, Cottingham

Damon Gough returns to Cottingham in support of his first new album in nearly a decade. Always one to wear his heart on his sleeve, ‘Banana Skin Shoes’ is a truly personal & heartfelt collection of songs from the Mancunian singer-songwriter, a huge statement of intent & the most glorious, colourful warming, honest pop record you’ll hear this year.

Intimate all seated show, limited to 300 tickets.

£27.50adv (UNRESERVED SEATS) | Book here