5 upcoming gigs in Bath you can’t missPosted on: 04 Dec 2019
Who’s ready for Christmas?
With just over three weeks to go, we’re certainly getting in the Christmas spirit. But before the festivities can really get underway, there are still a few more gigs happening in and around Bath.
From sparkly indie-pop to African gospel music, the next few days are packed with great gigs. Here’s some highlights.
Niamh Vi, Radio Laika & Adam Holdsworth @ Good Day Cafe | Friday 6 December 19
Want to get to know Bath’s acoustic scene? Visit Good Day Café on Friday 6 December. From Niamh Vi’s feisty soul to Adam Holdsworth’s melancholic lyrical subjects, warm your winter with this intimate gig.
The London African Gospel Choir @ The Forum | Friday 6 December
Founded in 2002 to platform the excellence of African gospel singers and musicians, The London African Gospel Choir have packed out shows on America’s East Coast and performed alongside Emeli Sandé. Find out more here.
Catch them perform Paul Simon’s Graceland in its entirety Bath later this week.
Fickle Friends @ Moles | Friday 7 December
Infectious indie-pop is the only way to describe Fickle Friends. Since their 2018 debut release,You Are Someone Else, the four-piece band have acquired fans from across the globe with their sparkly electronica.
Two Day Coma @ St James Wine Vaults | Saturday 7 December 19
Ardent British indie with a brush of folk, Two Day Coma combine deep instrumentation and thoughtful lyrics. Their debut album, A Certain Shade, was released earlier this year. And did we mention? These guys are from Bristol, too!
Kate Rusby at Christmas @ The Forum | Wednesday 11 December
Get into the Christmas spirit with the sounds of Kate Rusby: South Yorkshire’s famed folk singer-songwriter. Expressive and warm, Rusby’s Christmas concerts (complete with a brass quintet) have become somewhat of a festive staple.
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