Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) is proud to announce that is a top five nominee in this year’s Yorkshire Gig Guide Grassroots Awards.
PAC was shortlisted in the Yorkshire Outstanding Large Live Venue category of the awards and after a public vote has now made it into the top five, seeing off competition from venues across the region.
The arts centre is now up against the Brudenell Social Club; The Underground, Bradford; The Leadmill, Sheffield; and The Hebden Bridge Trades Club for the top title.
PAC director, Janet Farmer, said: “We are thrilled to have been named as a top five nominee in the Yorkshire Gig Guide Grassroots Awards. We hosted the awards last year, so to actually become a finalist this year is a real honour, especially in the face of such strong competition. PAC has just celebrated a record breaking 26th sell-out show for 2018 so far, so this news comes at a really exciting time. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who voted for us, helping us get to this stage.”
The awards are organised annually by The Yorkshire Gig Guide with the aim of celebrating the very best live music events and venues that the region has to offer.
There are 13 award categories in total, covering festivals, music clubs, artists and songwriters, and sound engineers from across Yorkshire.
The awards ceremony will take place in Mexborough on Sunday 7 October.