27 March 2019 at 12:30 pm
What music is there coming up?
The best music to see in Lincoln this season
We have a number of super music acts visiting us very soon. Whether you love classical, folk, pop or swing, we have something for everyone. We are really excited to welcome back Jess Robinson, Midge Ure and Julie Felix, and some new stars including Grimethorpe Colliery Band and Black Magic- The Little Mix Show. We also have some of our regular shows coming back, which we know will please everyone.
Remember that most of our events have ‘dynamic pricing,’ so the sooner you book, the cheaper the tickets are. We will love to see you here.
Jess Robinson (30th March)
Multi-award-winning Jess Robinson is back with a new show! With more spot-on celebrity impressions, musical comedy and stunning vocal gymnastics.
LICMF (2nd April)
Paul Gregory (guitar) & Yoko Ono (piano) perform fascinating works including Sonatine II by Gnattalli and music by guitarist-composers including Carulli, Tarrega and Villa-Lobos.
Lincoln Symphony Orchestra (13th April)
The programme is as follows:-
McCunn: Land of the Mountain and Flood
Nielsen: Flute Concerto
Sibelius: Karelia Suite
Sibelius: Symphony No. 2
Grimethorpe Colliery Band (14th April)
The Grimethorpe Colliery band was formed in 1917 as a leisure activity for the workmen at the colliery. International fame came to the band with the making of the 1995 film Brassed Off.
Midge Ure (3rd May)
Midge will be performing songs from the Ultravox catalogue alongside his solo work and there will be an opportunity for suggestions from the crowd to pick a song for them to perform as well, so the show will be a selection of material that will satisfy the fans and please the curious…and it’s not often you get to suggest the playlist !
LICMF (7th May)
Hull-based clarinettist Rae Todd is joined by Lincoln’s Edward Wellman to perform music for clarinet and piano.
Lincoln Blues Festival (11th May)
The 5th Lincoln Blues Festival, will take place at Lincoln Drill Hall on Saturday 11th May 2019.
No acts have been announced for 2019 yet but will be added here as soon as they’re confirmed.
Julie Felix (16th May)
‘Britain’s First Lady of Folk’, Julie came to the UK in 1956 and became an icon of folk music, rising to fame in the late 1960s and early 1970s; the first folksinger to fill the Royal Albert Hall.
Black Magic – The Little Mix Show (29th May)
A highly energetic tribute show that follows in the footsteps of the award winning girl band, Little Mix. This iconic 5-star rated show has live vocals and is full of commercial pop video choreography. Suitable for kids, tweens, teens and adults alike.
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