Hopefully, everything on this site’s bang up to date and 100% accurate.  All the events have come from bands, promoters, landlords, public events on Facebook and websites.  So if anything is missing or wrong please let us know.

If you are making a special trip for an event, please check with the venue that the event has not been changed or cancelled before setting off.  In York though if a gig is cancelled there will probably be another great one just down the road.

A Winter Union @ National Centre for Early Music
Dec 16 @ 7:30 pm
A Winter Union @ National Centre for Early Music | York | United Kingdom

A Winter Union – Now in its 5th year this is a festive folk band like no other. From five leading lights of the British Roots scene, expect soaring vocals and exquisite musicianship as the band delight with a repertoire of folk songs from across the Yuletide traditions. Glorious wassails, fresh arrangements of traditional carols both well-loved and little-known, and original songs heralding the joys of the season.

A Winter Union features folk award nominees Katriona Gilmore (mandolin, fiddle, vocals) and Jamie Roberts (vocals and guitar), members of the Willows, vocalist Jade Rhiannon and Ben Savage (vocals, dobro) and Hannah Sanders (vocals, guitar, dulcimer, autoharp).

Impressive…a folk supergroup” Northern Sky

We make every effort to help with your access needs if you require a wheelchair space or have other specific requirements please let us know in advance of your visit. Click here for full details on NCEM access.

Wild White Horses @ National Centre for Early Music
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Wild White Horses @ National Centre for Early Music | York | United Kingdom

Wild White Horses is gathering attention across the media for being Heather’s most exciting and accomplished release yet.

See her perform it live in 2019/2020 on the Wild White Horses tour with acoustic & full band shows in USA, Europe and UK.

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Heather Findlay Known for her magical, evocative voice and an ability to interpret and inhabit a range of styles with a mix of power and feeling, Heather Findlay is one of the finest vocalists working in music today. Prog magazine lauded her, “Deliciously sultry vocals”, whilst Maverick magazine hailed her, “Pure, crystalline voice. She grabs your heart in an almost vice-like grip”. With her latest project, the eagerly awaited ‘Wild White Horses’ album, due in May 2019, her career continues to gather speed. She has earned her stripes and honed her craft over recent years, turning a natural love of music into a stock in trade, with never a dull moment along the way.