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This event will not take place on this date, and is likely to be rescheduled. Ticket holders will be contacted regarding the new date as soon as it is confirmed.
Three time winners of the prestigious BBC Folk Awards, The Young’uns are one of the hottest properties on the UK Folk and Acoustic scene.
The world’s first and best Fleetwood Mac tribute band.
Traditional English Christmas songs, music and lighthearted fun from Ashley Hutchings, Simon Nicol, Kellie While and Simon Care.
The Met’s community jazz orchestra Metro Jazz, led by acclaimed saxophonist Munch Manship, perform a highly seasoned mix of the best foot-tapping jazz.
A celebration of the riches of our varied winter traditions from five of the English folk scene’s most inventive artists.
We're thrilled to welcome charismatic singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Seth Lakeman to The Met as one of only a handful of intimate dates he will be playing this December.
Nashville singer-songwriter Kevin Montgomery returns to The Met.
Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester visit The Met as part of the National Lottery Revive Live January Tour.
Libertine and former Dirty Pretty Things frontman Carl Barat visits The Met as part of the National Lottery Revive Live January Tour.
Harriet performs intimate versions of her favourite original songs and some specially selected covers. This event has been rescheduled from Thursday 18 June.
One of the best Celtic acts in the world. Blending fiddle, accordion, harp, guitar, flute, whistle and vocals with breathtaking vitality!
Jean Genie performs all of David Bowie's greatest hits.
Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. Ticket holders will be contacted and offered a full refund.
Texas troubadour Sam Baker comes to The Met for a captivating evening of songs and stories.
The ultimate tribute to George Harrison starring Nick Bold.
This seven-piece tribute band return to the Met with an engaging and energetic performance celebrating the magical music of Pink Floyd.
Laurence Jones has developed a virtuoso pedigree as one the UK’s hottest guitar players.
Police Dog Hogan are a seven-piece who mix of country, pop, folk, and bluegrass to create a high-energy sound you can't help falling in love with.
The Iconic, ground-breaking, Irish/English folk group returns to Bury with music from their latest album Ancora.
A unique chance to experience Toyah up close and personal with a show that has a lively cinematic sound using Toyah's vocals, keyboards, stand-up bass and story-telling.
One of the world’s leading progressive rock bands, IQ are known for their passionate music and dramatic live shows.
Retro country soul from novelist/songwriter Willy Vlautin, Amy Boone, Sean Oldham and friends.
Rhythm and blues legends The Animals and Friends come to Bury with their farewell tour. Joining them is Maggie Bell, former front-woman of Stone the Crows.
The hugely successful and unique six-man tribute to AC/DC returns to The Met to play all the classics including Back in Black, Rosie, and Highway to Hell.
American-Scottish folk singer and songwriter Daisy Chute comes to The Met with her Songs of Solace EP.
Iconic British psychedelic pop legends The Zombies return to celebrate their long-awaited induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Join The Jerseys as they celebrate the timeless music of the one-hundred-million album selling Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Rescheduled to Thursday 31 March 2022.
Both Sides Now, the UK’s only regular touring tribute to the songs of Joni Mitchell, are back on the road to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Joni’s breakthrough album Blue.
Leveret is a unique collaboration between Andy Cutting, Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron, three of England's finest folk musicians.
Daniel Kimbro's Appalachia roots meet Sam Lewis's Nashville tones and Martin Harley’s travelling riverside blues. Acoustic Americana at is finest.
An evening of instrumental folk performed by Belinda O’Hooley (of O’Hooley & Tidow).
Love & Money frontman James Grant is joined by The Hallelujah String Quartet for this very special concert at The Met.
Jim Ghedi hails from the south Yorkshire hills and although clearly well versed in...
James and Sam Gillespie perform with rich with lyrical intensity and the sounds of soaring sibling harmony, guitars, flute, fiddle and mandolin.
Broadcasting legend Mike Sweeney takes to the stage in a show packed with sixties classics.
Ground-breaking Scottish duo mixing Scottish folk music with chamber music, jazz-funk and electronica.
Songwriter, folk singer and multi-instrumentalist Lucy Farrell brings her first solo album to The Met. Support comes from Iona Lane.
Glenn Tilbrook is one of our most cherished singers, guitarists and songwriters, not to mention an in-demand and endlessly endearing live performer.
Born in a small village in Co. Kildare, Ireland, Heidi Talbot became a folk star in the USA as a member of the Irish American band Cherish the Ladies.
Best known as a member of Bellowhead, Rachael McShane comes to The Met with her new band the Cartographers.
The Trials of Cato pay homage to the folk tradition, twisting it into something febrile and modern, with stomping tunes and captivating stories.
The ultimate tribute to Guns N’ Roses performing all their iconic hits including Welcome to the Jungle, Sweet Child of Mine, and Paradise City.
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.
One of Britain’s most innovative and thrilling folk bands, Calan return for their first post-lockdown visit to The Met with acclaimed new album Kistvaen.
Essex-born John Smith is one of the UK’s finest guitarists and songwriters.
The Next Domino, a reproduction of Genesis's The last Domino tour, featuring the same songs in the same order
One of the most energetic, exciting and powerful live bands to emerge from the post-rave scene.
“Two of the most extraordinary musicians, a phenomenal duo” BBC Radio 2
The legendary 1970s folk-rock pioneers return with a classic five-piece line-up.
Singer and bouzouki player Daoirí Farrell is one of most important folk musicians to come out of Ireland in recent years.
Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Joshua Radin mixes acoustic eloquence with dyed-in-the-wool Americana storytelling.
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.
BBC Folk Award winning English singer, songwriter and guitarist Sam Carter returns to The Met.
Acclaimed UK Americana singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls comes to The Met for her first headline show.
Australian indie-folk sister duo Charm of Finches make haunted tunes about love, grief and whispering trees.