Ticketed Concerts

Keep it CASH  Thursday  20th July   Main Stage Minerva   7.30pm Start

Spare Hands_1The tribute band that keeps the sound of Johnny Cash alive and the most accurate sounding tribute show to Johnny CASH on the planet ... That is what they say about Keep it Cash. This band is a labour of love and a product of many years of hard work and dedication. Expect a note perfect musical journey from the humble gospel beginnings of the Tennessee two, right through to the final and emotional American Recordings. A must for all Cash fans and good music lovers alike. This is a ticketed outdoor concert on the marina area with seating, beer tent, food vendors and all amenities. Web Site Tickets

Chris Wood  Thursday   20th July   Furley and Co. 

Spare Hands_1 One of two simultaneous launch concerts for the 2017 Hull Folk and Maritime Festival, Chris Wood will appear at Furley and Co on Thursday 20th July.Chris has been one of the UK’s most admired and respected folk musicians for many years now, first coming to prominence in 1990 as one half of a guitar/accordion duo with Andy Cutting, before embarking on his solo career and also going on to collaborate with the likes of Billy Bragg and Martin and Eliza Carthy. He has won numerous awards for his songwriting: in partnership with Hugh Lupton he won Best Original Song at the 2006 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, for "One In A Million", then in 2008 “Cold Haily Rainy Night”, performed alongside Eliza Carthy, took the award for Best Traditional Song at the same awards. 2009 was the year in which his talent was most fully recognised at those BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards though, as his second solo release 'Trespasser' won Album Of The Year, and he was also awarded Folk Singer Of The Year. Since then he has gone on to further enhance his reputation with shows and festival appearances around the world, and we are absolutely delighted to have him appear for us. The gig is taking place within the cosy and atmospheric confines of the concert room above Furley and Co, on Princes Dock Street (alongside Princes Quay), and it represents a fantastic opportunity to see a folk superstar in a truly intimate setting. Support will come from Hull's own wonderfully talented virtuoso folk troubadour, Tim O'Connor. However, there will only be around 60 tickets available, at the remarkably low price of just £10.00, so to make sure you get one, order online at Hull Box Office now! . Web Site Tickets

Friday 21st July Main stage Minerva

Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra 9.30pm - 11.00pm

Spare Hands_1Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra don’t care what genre you choose to put them in – western swing, country blues, ragtime hokum or whatever else– as long as you understand that they’re 100% sincere and 100% immersed in this stuff. This is no lazy pastiche, no dressing up box. They live and breathe this music and want you to get immersed with them. This is a ticketed outdoor concert on the marina area with seating, beer tent, food vendors and all amenities. Web Site Tickets

Supported by The Hillbilly Troupe 8.00pm - 9.00pm

Spare Hands_1The hillbilly Troupe are a band that spans five generations which encompasses many genres from these periods and more. A blend of Trad. Folk, irish, ska and punk with a strong sense of history and tradition, the Hillbilly Troupe aim to get you Dancing, thinking and drinking all at the same time! Web Site

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