Already announced are The Rodeo Falls, The Blueprints, Junk, Bull, The Filthy Piece, The Bronze, Stonewater and Van Der Neer. If this wasn’t already a fine sample of York’s music scene, there are more to be added in the coming weeks.
MOR Music was established in 1985, and this all-dayer is to celebrate their 30th Anniversary.
This is MOR Music’s first festival of the year, coming off the back of recent successful festivals like York 800 MOR Music Festival in 2012, where over 5000 people attended their 800 minute long outdoor festival in Parliament Street, and Music On Rails (MOR) Festival at the National Railway Museum last year which had a full stage in Station Hall and acoustic acts doing sets on a moving steam train. These festivals are MOR Music’s way of supporting the local music community.
Entry to 30 Years of MOR Music Festival is completely free of charge, so there’s no excuse not to get down and enjoy some of York’s finest live acts at one of its finest live venues.
Beth McCarthy at Music on Rails – photo by Ruth Hunter
Bull – photo by Graeme Smith
The Filthy Piece – photo by Chris Mackins
30 Years of MOR Music Festival takes place at The Fulford Arms on Sunday 24 May 2015.