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Upcoming Highlights

  • Andrew Bird

    Oct 7, 2016

  • Jason Isbell

    Oct 7, 2016

  • Father John Misty

    Oct 8, 2016

  • Henry Rollins

    Oct 25, 2016

  • Russell Howard

    May 6, 2017

Andrew Bird

October 7, 2016

Chicagoan singer and violinist Bird embarks on a solo tour throughout the States. Taking influence from Scottish folk music bluegrass and classical music, his sound samples a myriad of different genres including steel band, jazz, swing and rock.

Jason Isbell

October 7, 2016

Jason Isbell is touring throughout 2015 support of his latest solo album Something More Than Free. The singer songwriter and former Drive By Truckers guitarist pours his heart and soul into his music, which is a rich blend of folk and Americana.

Father John Misty

October 8, 2016

Tall and handsome, with a stage presence that veers between Nick Cave and Johnny Cash, J. Tillman is bringing his latest incarnation, Father John Misty to a town near you this year on the North American leg of his world tour. The one time Fleet Foxes drummer has been steadily releasing solo records since 2004, but it was as Father John that things started to make sense. Conceived after a psychedelic desert experience in the desert deserving of Gram Parsons or one of this Laurel Canyon peers, the sound of Father John Misty is part old school country misery, part retro folk and a whole lot of sardonic wit.

Henry Rollins

October 25, 2016

If ever America needed Henry Rollins, it's now! A veracious traveller, thinker and consumer of knowledge, Rollins is trekking across North America this year, voicing his opinion on the state of the nation (hint - he doesn't like Trump). He'll also be sharing anecdotes from his extensive worldwide travels and stories from throughout his storied life, including his time spent as the lead singer of hardcore punk band Black Flag.

Russell Howard

May 6, 2017

Back after his critically acclaimed debut US tour in 2014, one of Britain's most successful young comedians will be once again making you squirm with his inimitably and sometimes rude yet always springy, cheerful comedy. With his impish personality and his boy-next-door smile, he creates joy from everyday observations, and is never afraid to poke fun at the news, and those who make it.

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