Top 3 // 15 December 2016

The three events you shouldn’t miss this week.

York Music for Refugees presents the Bramble Napkins, Dan Webster Band, Stillhouse and Rachel Croft

The Crescent

Friday 16 December, 8pm

For an excellent local line-up and the chance to help a good cause, head down to The Crescent this Friday. Heading the bill is the gloriously lively gypsy-folk stylings of The Bramble Napskins, who will be joined by the gritty Dan Webster, the intriguing Stillhouse and the enchanting Rachel Croft. All proceeds will go to Refugee Action York and Medecins Sans Frontieres.

Event found here.


King No-One

Fibbers, York

Friday 16th December, 7pm.

One of York’s favourite indie rock band King No-One returns to York after a successful year. This year they have blown up huge, with their UK tour, performances at Reading and Leeds and recognition on Radio One’s Best of BBC Introducing list.


Kate Rusby at Christmas

York Barbican

Sunday 18th December, 7:30pm

Forever proud to call herself folk singer, Kate Rusby’s beautiful, expressive vocals never fail to connect the emotional heart of a song to that of her audience. This festive tour follows the release of Kate’s third Christmas album celebrating this marvellous Yorkshire-inspired tradition.



Want to know about more events coming up this week? check out Visit York’s 7 Days Newsletter

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