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Eboracum Sessions - The Acoustic and Folk Sesh on Saturday 20th October 2018
A collaborative project between York's Little Festival Of Live Music and The Black Swan Inn, Eboracum Sessions is delighted to bring to you the Acoustic and Folk Sesh. A six-hour family-friendly music session, Eboracum Sessions will bring together six of Yorkshire’s finest acoustic and folk acts to offer you, your friends and family a memorable live music experience.
Taking place in the Wolfe Room at The Black Swan Inn, the session will feature a set from guitar & mandolin led Celtic bluegrass fusion duo Bella Gaffney & Polly Bolton; the mesmerising Katie Spencer who has an unprecedented following due to her unique interpretation of alternative folk music; female duo Union Jill who deliver stunning harmonies, intelligent songs and banter you only get with two women sharing a stage; local legend David Ward Maclean who has built up a reputation as one of the finest folk musicians in Yorkshire; Nick Hall from Plumhall, who rarely plays solo sets in North Yorkshire and is back due to popular demand; and lastly, we're delighted to have with us Rich Hardcastle and Friends, who rarely perform in their hometown of York, this is going to be such a treat for our audiences!
With a line-up featuring a broad range of folk and acoustic genres for everyone to enjoy, Eboracum Sessions is an event which should not be missed. Tickets for the event are £6 adv (plus booking fee) £8 otd (subject to availability). Book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment; this is going to be a highlight in the York musical calendar of events!
Music Genres: Acoustic, Folk
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