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A powerhouse multi-instrumental trio, Vishtèn are flagbearers for their unique Acadian musical tradition throughout the world.
Award-winning harmonica player and blues singer Mat Walklate is joined by exceptional British blues musicians Dr Tom Attah and Alex Haynes.
Jean Genie performs all of David Bowie's big hits.
A fresh-faced, four-piece band emitting new music from the home they call Manchester.
Retro country soul from songwriter Willy Vlautin, Amy Boone (Damnations), Sean Oldham (Richmond Fontaine) and friends.
Sheffield superstar Richard Hawley returns as part of Independent Venue Week 2019.
Music and spoken-word performance from an unlikely trio of writers and performers.
Jackie Oates is a name synonymous with the reinvigoration of English folk music, beguiling...
Beth Rowley comes to The Met with songs from her new album Gota Fría.
The Jerseys pay tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons performing hits including Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, and Ragdoll.
The award-winning band celebrate their twentieth anniversary in 2019 with a new live album and globe-spanning tour.
Blue Rose Code is Scottish singer and songwriter Ross Wilson. He has been compared to John Martyn, Van Morrison and Tom Waits.
Blues legends Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Tom McGuinness, Rob Townsend and Gary Fletcher celebrate their fortieth year together.
Two time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar combine Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar with the Algar’s championship-winning fiddle.
Scottish folk pioneers Lau return to The Met.
Lioness provide an authentic tribute to the precocious talent of Amy Winehouse.
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle return with their own special blend of top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie.
A concert in two halves featuring acoustic and electric interpretations of songs from Nick Bold.
Former Bellowhead front-man Jon Boden comes to The Met with songs from his new album Afterglow.
We are thrilled to be hosting Urban Theory to The Met for their first ever headline show in their hometown.
If you’re a fan of Martha Reeves, The Marvelettes, The Temptations, The Supremes or Marvin Gaye, you won't want to miss this authentic recreation of Tamla Motown.
Skilfully performed instrumental music from two of Scotland’s most prominent folk musicians.
Ana Silvera’s folk and bluegrass tinged tunes are lyrical, intimate and emotive. She comes to The Met with songs from her latest release, alt-folk song cycle Oracles.
Hope and Social are renowned for making every gig an event; a band who...
Prince tribute EndorphinMachine are a nine-piece band dedicated to one of the most talented artists and astonishing live performers the world has seen.
Karen Matheson is best known as the lead singer of internationally-renowned Celtic supergroup Capercaillie.
The Houghton Weavers have been entertaining folk now for over forty three years with their unique blend of popular folk music, humour and audience participation.
Broadcasting legend Mike Sweeney and his Manchester Beat take to the stage in a show packed with '60s classics.
Sam Carter is a brilliant guitarist and songwriter who combines the observational with social comment and personal reflection.
The Lindisfarne Story is an affectionate and enthusiastic celebration of one of the UK's most original and successful groups.
Two critically acclaimed folk and roots artists collaborate on songwriting for the first time.
Singer songwriter Tom Russell returns to The Met with his new album.
Rescheduled from March 8. Emily and Hazel Askew are known as two of the foremost performers and interpreters of English folk music.
Canadian folk-pop featuring perfect harmonies and pure pop melodies.
Eleanor McEvoy is one of Irish music's biggest stars. Her song Only A Woman’s Heart was the title track of the best-selling Irish album in Irish history.
The Met’s community jazz orchestra, led by acclaimed saxophonist Munch Manship, perform a highly seasoned mix of the best foot-tapping jazz.
Mary Coughlan is one of Ireland’s greatest female jazz and blues singers.
Glasgow based folk-singer, songwriter and ukulele player Claire Hastings performs material from her much-awaited second album Those Who Roam, featuring songs under the theme of journeys.
Singer-songwriter Nick Heyward comes to The Met with an intimate acoustic show, featuring hits from Haircut 100 to today.
Grace Petrie’s unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered, have won over an army of loyal fans.
An evening of powerful, poignant and hilarious songs about the ordinary and extraordinary lives we share.
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.
G2 perform classic 1970's Genesis from the 'Seconds Out' era and earlier Gabriel years.
Inspired by his violin, carved but never finished by Richard Howard in 1915, Sam Sweeney has created a live show and album of instrumental music inspired by the Great War.
James Grant is one of the most renowned and respected performers Scotland has ever produced.
A two hour journey through your favourite Eagles songs from their first beginnings to their final album.
This special show will see Heather performing old tracks as never been seen before and fresh material from new album Hey Mayhem.
Flook's music features precise acoustic grooves and soaring improvisation, all topped off with impeccable stage presentation.
A Celebration of Cilla Black and The Beatles.
My Darling Clementine return to The Met following the release in 2017 of their critically acclaimed third album Still Testifying.
Tribute band Whole Lotta Led celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the release of classic album Led Zeppelin II.
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.
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.
The hugely successful and unique six-man tribute to AC/DC returns to The Met.
Hue and Cry celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of their classic live album Bitter Suite.
Larger than life La Voix dazzles with her incredible voice, natural wit and hilarious impersonations.
A seven-piece north-west band who celebrate the magical music of Pink Floyd.
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.