Bric-A-Brac in Concert – Saturday 18 February

Bric-a-Brac are a foot stomping young folk band playing traditional and original music.  Heralding from exotic corners of Yorkshire and the Midlands such as Bradford, Sherwood Forest and Moseley Bog, they play an eclectic mix of instruments; songs and tunes in their repertoire can be lead by anything from concertina to 5-string bass.

Website: http://www.bricabracmusic.co.uk/

Preview: Watch Bric-a-Brac perform on YouTube

Doors open 7pm.

Admission £7.00 (children free)

Wrap up warm. Bring your own drinks. Homemade soup and hot drinks available.

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Roger Davies & Band – Saturday 22 April

Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue favourite, Roger Davies, returns on the 22 April – this time with his full band. Expect songs from Roger’s back catalogue including The Ghost of Lily Fogg, Percy Shaw, Raised On Rock N’ Roll, Into The Sun and Judy Woods plus lots of brand new material.

“Roger possesses the enviable skill of obtaining an instant rapport with any audience. It’s no wonder he was such a hit with Fairport Convention’s fans when he supported them on their recent UK tour.” – FATEA MAGAZINE, 2016

Website: http://rogerdaviesmusic.com/
YouTube Video Link

Doors open 7pm.

Admission £10.00 (children free)

Wrap up warm. Bring your own drinks. Homemade soup and hot drinks available.

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Tour De Yorkshire – Sunday 30 April

The Tour De Yorkshire comes to Queensbury on Sunday 30 April and the Black Dyke Mills will become a designated spectator hub for the day. A big screen will be streaming the race live from its midday start in Bradford through to the finish in Sheffield. The main peloton is expected to speed through Queensbury at around 2.15.

A full day of activities is planned. The ever popular Makers Market (along with a cafe) will be open from 1000 in the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue. There will be food stalls in the mill yard selling cakes, sandwiches, burgers and ice cream (and possibly more). Alongside will be a BMX track and the opportunity to participate in Virtual Reality games.

Music will come from a number of local bands and the world famous Black Dyke Band will be playing just before and after the peloton passes.

To round off the day there is an evening concert in the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue featuring local legends Scarlet Heights. The concert will also include performances from local choirs. The evening concert will start at 6.30 pm and admission is £3.00.

A great day is in prospect. Come along and celebrate a special day for Queensbury.

TEN FIELDS with support – Saturday 4 February

Ten Fields are a five-piece band whose Americana influenced original songs are infused with pop sensibility. A great night of music is promised from these talented musicians. Expect soaring melodies and toe tapping tunes.

“Ten Fields produce bittersweet music that’s a cut above the average indie folk band.” – Dave Haslam, R2 MAGAZINE

“Ten Fields are a band that are easy to listen to, the melodies and arrangements provide a comfortable environment for the words to make themselves at home.” – Neil King, FATEA Magazine

“UK based Ten Fields deliver melodic, atmospheric folk rock with a touch of alt-country.” – Jeff Burger, No Depression Magazine

Website www.tenfields.info

Supported by local duo Secret Songs, original, contemporary songs and keyboard.

Doors open 7pm.

Admission £4.00 (children free)

Wrap up warm. Bring your own drinks. Homemade soup and hot drinks available.

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Pete Morton – Saturday 27 May

Some of the hardest edged British folk music has been produced by Leicester-born Pete Morton. Pete sings from the heart; traditional songs rubbing shoulders with contemporary tales of love, politics and social comment. The Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue is proud to present one of the finest songwriters and performers around today.

“Pete Morton is amongst the best that the British roots music scene has produced in living memory.” – FROOTS

Website: http://www.petemorton.com/
YouTube Video Link

Doors open 7pm.

Admission £10.00 (children free)

Wrap up warm. Bring your own drinks. Homemade soup and hot drinks available.

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KEYSTONE – SATURDAY 01 JULY 2017

Keystone are Pam Stone, vocals and tenor ukulele, husband Peter, acoustic guitars and bouzouki.

Based in Featherstone, West Yorks they play a mix of Americana, folk, jazz and blues tailored to suit their audience.

At a gig you are likely to hear songs by Steve Earle, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bob Dylan as well as material from newer artists like Tift Merritt and Kasey Chambers. Original material, written by Pam now appears in the sets. Her composition, ‘Freddie Gilroy’ was recently voted in 3rd. place at BAMfest’s Songwriters Competition.

Doors open 7.15 pm.

Admission £5.00 (children free)

Wrap up warm. Bring your own drinks. Homemade soup and hot drinks available.

Santa’s Magical Forest – Saturday 12 December

Meet Santa in his Magical Forest in the Mill on Saturday 12 December between 10am and 4pm.

Visit our Makers Market on Saturday 12 December and you will find a magical wardrobe with a secret door that leads to a magical forest.

Waiting to greet you at the end of your journey will be Santa Claus himself.

Visits to Santa cost £3.00 for each child. Adults go free!

Makers Market – Saturday 12 December

Forget the hassle of the city centre and visit our Makers Market on Saturday 12 December between 10am and 4pm.

Unique gifts from a host of independent local traders. Pick up that special something just in time for Christmas!

Admission is free. Hot drinks and food are available from our café.

United Harmonies – Saturday 04 June

United Harmonies wowed us all with their vibrant mix of traditional and contemporary vocal arrangements. Fabulous voices and great fun. Knock on Wood got people up and dancing – irresistible!  We really hope to have them back next year.

Supported by Knock On Wood, African Drumming Class.

Doors open 6:30 pm.

Admission £5.00 (children free)

Wrap up warm. Bring your own drinks. Homemade soup and hot drinks available.