A series of gigs have been organised by local promoters, Uncover, who have invited both local and out-of-town artists to come together to celebrate a selection of Worcester’s live music spaces as part of the 10th anniversary of Independent Venue Week.
Launching on Monday 30th, January and running until Sunday 5th February, the week of gigs will take place across Drummonds, The Marrs Bar and St Swithun’s Church. A range of ticket options are available to ensure you can enjoy as much, or as little, of the live music as you want, with week, weekend and day tickets available.
Monday 30th January, 7:30 pm – Drummonds
A night of indie-pop fun!
Featuring Honey Moon, Word of Mouth, Sub Cultures
Tickets: for Drummonds Monday 30th January
Thursday 2nd February, 7:30 pm – Drummonds
Poetical, lyrically led evening of alternative stylings!
Featuring The Humdrum Express, The Vanilla Pods, The DMDB Project
Tickets: for Drummonds Thursday 2nd February
Friday 3rd February, 7:30 pm – St Swithun’s Church
Personality-fuelled indie rock within the dramatic setting of a Georgian church!
Featuring Langkamer, Eades, Split Second
Friday 3rd February, 8 pm – The Marrs Bar – Two Stages
Funky fun from iconic Worcester names!
Featuring Desert Boots, Matthew Waddoups, Skewwhiff, Toby Marriott, Chevy Chase Stole My Wife
Saturday 4th February, 2 pm – Drummonds – Two Stages
A full day of punk, rock and singer/songwriters!
Featuring Time of the Mouth, Kick the Clown, Jiksaw, Meme Detroit, Spankbox, PHON, Sak, Ruben Seabright Trio, Emma Howett, Erica Jean, Eva Trim, Ellie Kelly
Sunday 5th February, 2 pm – Drummonds – Two Stages
A full day of experimental and alternative sounds!
Featuring The Pink Diamond Revue, The Arboretum, White Noise Cinema, Echo Gecco, Nadi Hafren, Truck, Supersonic Fuzz Gun, RICHÉ, George Hemming, Ewan Pollock, Hannah Mac, Jacob Trimble, Toby Charles
Tickets: for Drummonds Sunday 5th February