Five unmissable gigs at The Forum in Bath this OctoberPosted on: 17 Aug 2018
The Forum: one of Bath's most iconic venues. They've got so many amazing gigs coming up this October, so we've made it easy for you. Take a pick from our top five concert picks for October and grab your tickets quick!
Pop-rock star, vlogger and best-selling children’s author Tom Fletcher is performing a family-fun show as part of Bath’s Children’s Literature Festival this October! Expected to be an interactive and creative musical experience for all the family, Tom’s performance repertoire will surely make this a reality.
When: 6th October
Join of the UK’s premier rock keyboardists Rick Wakeman in his latest UK excursion. Best known for his involvement in prog rock band Yes, Wakeman has formed an integral part of many musical projects besides a vast array of independent pursuits. Enjoy his critically acclaimed skill in this exciting live performance.
When: 19th October
Jools Holland & special guests
Master of musical delights Jools Holland and his fantastic Rhythm & Blues Orchestra are again touring the UK this autumn. Bringing together musical talent from all areas in light chat and revolutionary performances, Holland will be welcoming Marc Almond, Ruby Turner and, Louise Marshall along for the ride.
When: 26th October
Caro Emerald Live
Remember the 2010 smash hit ‘Back It Up’? Join Dutch jazz queen Caro Emerald for a night of electro-swing sound filled with the biggest tunes from her extraordinary discovery journey. Taking her musical inspirations from post-war cinema and jazz, Emerald merges 1950’s melodies and keys with contemporary beats and electronic accents: a truly smart merging of old and new.
When: 23rd October
Father John Misty
Josh Tillman, better known as Father John Misty, is bringing his gentle folk-rock to the city. Having just released a brand-new, highly-rated album this summer, Tillman’s performance should showcase the very best of his sound, besides some newer but valued additions. Tying together indie rock, country themes and folk accents, Tillman’s music and lyrics alike explore topics of life’s love underpinned by a sincere but dense emotion.
For more listings, visit The Forum's website. The Forum is located at 1A Forum Buildings, Bath BA1 1UG.
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