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A Celebration of Cilla Black and The Beatles.
In this second of four Kaleidoscope - Music Memes concerts, British accordion and melodeon player Luke Daniels joins forces with Syrian oudist Rihab Azar.
Featuring the guitars of Al Haynes and Tom Attah, the jaw-dropping voice of Kyla Brox and the harmonica of Mat Walklate.
My Darling Clementine return to The Met following the release in 2017 of their critically acclaimed third album Still Testifying.
Nova Scotia's folk powerhouse Còig are one of today’s most exciting new north-american celtic groups.
Tribute band Whole Lotta Led celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the release of classic album Led Zeppelin II.
Eric Bell was the original guitarist and songwriter with iconic ’70s rock band Thin Lizzy.
Cara Dillon visits The Met in an enviable position at the very top of her genre.
Both Sides Now celebrate the music of Joni Mitchell in a performance of some of her best-loved songs.
In this third of four Kaleidoscope - Music Memes concerts, British accordion and melodeon player Luke Daniels joins forces with Chinese zither harp player She Jiang.
Tribute band The Doors Alive are widely regarded as the closest and most enthralling representation of the legendary 1960's rock gods in the world today.
Gordie MacKeeman exemplifies the term natural showman. An ace fiddle player nicknamed “crazy legs” for his frenetic loose-limbed step- dancing, he just loves to perform.
The Sounds of Simon is a tribute to the wonderful music of Paul Simon, through the years as one half of Simon and Garfunkel, to the enduring success of his solo career.
Original blues influenced by Little Feat, The Band, Robert Cray, T-Bone Walker and '60s surf-guitar master Dick Dale.
The hugely successful and unique six-man tribute to AC/DC returns to The Met.
Award-winning Greater Manchester-based experimental folk and storytelling trio who specialise in poignant, humorous and melodic short stories about life, love and remembrance.
Hue and Cry celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of their classic live album Bitter Suite.
Since releasing their debut CD in 1997, Lúnasa has acquired a worldwide reputation for traditional Irish acoustic music.
In this final of four Kaleidoscope - Music Memes concerts, all four performers who have appeared in the series will join forces for a final quartet performance.
Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. Ticket holders will be contacted by The Met for a full refund.
Two of the UK's best tribute bands combine forces.
A double-headliner gig featuring fiddle player Nicola Beazley, and bassist and folksinger Thom Ashworth.
With this tour, Nell Bryden has gone back to her roots and followed the traditional sonic footsteps of her idols Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin and Carole King.
Colibrí Mexican Folkdance UK are an established dance troupe of native Mexicans. This vibrant show features authentic music, dances and costumes from various regions of this amazing country.
San Diego alt-country artist Eve Selis isn't just a 'singer'; she's an emotion transducer who converts country, R&B, blues, folk, and rock 'n' roll signals into a megawatt zap.
Dale Storr is the UK’s leading exponent of New Orleans piano. Get ready for an emotional rollercoaster ride of the music and tales of the great New Orleans piano players.
A seven-piece north-west band who celebrate the magical music of Pink Floyd.
Canadian folk duo who deliver a compelling performance with heart and raw energy. This concert will take place at Radcliffe Market.
A unique and sublime mix of chart-topping, self-penned songs and powerful bagpipe, fiddle and accordion-led tune sets.
Harmony-rich trio from Newfoundland perform some of the most honest material of their career. A band that know just how to deliver a gorgeous collection of indie-folk.
Duncan Chisholm effortlessly evokes a background steeped in the rich highland music tradition through his rich, varied compositions.
A journey from Genesis‘ early Peter Gabriel years, through the Phil Collins era of the ’70s and ’80s and right up to their final studio album.
Featuring: Hollow State, a north Manchester Rock Band who have been said to be...
The legendary Irish accordion maestro is joined Senegal's Seckou Keita for this special show at The Met.
A night of world-class acoustic blues and roots music by US guitarist Toby Walker, with support acts Sam Jefferson and Blue John (John Gregory).
Blue Rose Code is Scottish singer and songwriter Ross Wilson. He has been compared to John Martyn, Van Morrison and Tom Waits.
Scottish rock legends Big Country come to The Met to perform songs from their multi-million selling classic album Steeltown.
A rare appearance from the Lancastrian folk legends; an evening of dry wit and song with lashings of humour to spare.
Energetic folk trio The Trials of Cato on the UK pay homage to the tradition whilst twisting old bones into something modern, with stomping tunes and captivating stories.
Ireland’s Heidi Talbot and Scotland’s Adam Holmes join forces to write, record and tour an album of original material together.
Fleetwood Bac are one of the world’s best Fleetwood Mac tribute bands.
Somewhere between jazz, folk, gospel and Americana there is an area of music that doesn’t have a name. Kirsty McGee has spent the past fifteen years mapping this place.
Welsh alt-folk group 9Bach come to The Met as part of a UK tour that sees the band perform their self-titled debut album live for the very first time.
The Enid return to The Met for a one-off special concert to launch a new chapter in a long career.
A blistering mix of blues, soul and old school r&b, The Stumble have been wowing audiences with the energy and virtuosity of their live performances for the past twenty years.
Guitar phenomenon Clive Carroll’s masterful compositions, coupled with his versatility and unparalleled technical virtuosity, have rendered him one of today’s most admired and respected guitarists.
It’s a remarkable milestone few bands have achieved… Fifty years of continual touring and recording… and always at the highest level.
The Alarm’s lead singer and songwriter Mike Peters comes to The Met with his Hurricane of Change 30th Anniversary Acoustic Tour.
European blues award nominees the Starlite Campbell Band return to the Met following a highly acclaimed show in December 2018.
Hot Club of Cowtown's joyful sound blends the traditional western-swing of the American southwest with European hot jazz influences of the same era.
Hugh Cornwell, the songwriter behind The Stranglers, comes to The Met with a storming set of his iconic hits.
A celebration of north-east England's coal mining tradition in an evening of music, song and spoken word. Featuring Billy Mitchell, Bob Fox, Benny Graham, and Jez Lowe.
The Christians return to The Met to play their back catalogue and songs selected from their latest album.
Los Pacaminos play the very best in Tex Mex Border music, from The Texas Tornadoes and Ry Cooder to Los Lobos and even Roy Orbison.
The RETROspective tour sees China Crisis perform songs from all of their seven studio albums.
One of the UK's most distinguished and original songwriters, best known as lead singer of Graham and The Rumour who preceded punk rock and new wave.
An expatriate New Yorker now living in Argentina, Richard Shindell is a meticulous craftsman of songs.
St Agnes Fountain come together for one month of the year to perform “rhythmed-up” carols and Christmas music, interspersed with laughter and spoken word.
One of the world’s leading progressive rock bands, IQ are known for their passionate music and dramatic live presentations.
The estimable London four-piece Turin Brakes comes to The Met as part of their UK Acoustic Tour.
Starting as the band behind Ian Dury, the Blockheads are the band that brought you Hit Me with your Rhythm Stick, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, plus many others.
G2 perform classic 1970's Genesis from the 'Seconds Out' era and earlier Gabriel years.
Best known as a member of Bellowhead, singer, cellist, fiddle and viola player comes to The Met with her new band Rachael McShane and the Cartographers.