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Upcoming Highlights

  • Patton Oswalt

    Jan 8, 2016

  • Gaelic Storm

    Feb 17, 2016

  • Dark Star Orchestra

    Feb 25, 2016

  • Metric

    Mar 4, 2016

  • Leon Bridges

    Jun 8, 2016

Patton Oswalt

January 8, 2016

Comedian, writer and actor Patton Oswalt has spent the last decade headlining comedy clubs & theaters all over America in addition to nine seasons playing the role of Spence on CBS's hit show, King of Queens. He also voiced "Remy the Rat," the lead voice in Pixar's blockbuster hit, Ratatouille. From pop culture trivia to politics, there is rarely a subject on which he isn't well-versed, and guaranteed to make his audiences consider, long after the laughter has finished.

Gaelic Storm

February 17, 2016

Get ready to jig, polka and reel to Gaelic Storm, fine purveyors of traditional and innovative Celtic rock and folk! For over 15 years, they have brought their unfailing energy and humour to audiences all over the world, whilst continually exploring new music. Last year saw the band release their 10th record, Full Irish, celebrating their incredible career igniting the party!

Dark Star Orchestra

February 25, 2016

The Grateful Dead have been resurrected in the form of Dark Star Orchestra. Formed in 1997, this tribute band came up with the novel idea of recreating complete sets from The Grateful Dead's gigantic list of concerts. They adapt their playing and sound depending on what era of Dead they're tackling on the night, and while they slavishly recreate the sound of the band down to the minutest detail, the band often embark on epic improvisations that would make their heroes proud.


March 4, 2016

Indie-rockers Metric have returned with their latest - and sixth - studio album, Pagans in Vegas. The synth-pop sounds doing the rounds in music today have rubbed off, but don't dismay, lead vocalist Emily Haines still gives each track the untamed edge synonymous with their sound. Formed in 1998 at Toronto, they're not only one of the few indie-rock bands that can pull of this dance-influenced sound whilst still retaining their original fan-base, but also one of the few bands whose line-up hasn't changed over the years.

Leon Bridges

June 8, 2016

The young Texan "Coming Home" singer is going on tour this summer in support of his debut album. The gospel and soul singer harks back to an older time, with a strong emphasis on 1960s rhythm and blues. He has gained national press attention for his work, with The Wall Street Journal describing him as a "throwback to '60s-soul a la Otis Redding and Sam Cooke". He also makes a point of performing in vintage clothing from the era, making his act a true throwback to nostalgic times.

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