The Culture Train Tour 2021 is once again bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire after being derailed by the pandemic in 2020.
The fifth and final date of this years tour brings musicians to play at St Mary’s in Beverley on Saturday 27th November with a lineup of Diddie Hair, The Cox Brothers, Jackson D, The Quicksilver Kings and Ruth Scott and James Wood of the Late Night Marauders.
Quiet Riot the monthly music night which ran in Beverley during 2015 returns to the town on Friday 9 June, coming back to a venue that was witness to many fantastic nights.
Quiet Riot- The Beverley Alternative brought fifty established acts from the Hull music scene to play at Hodgsons Pub and acts who played at the big local festivals such as Humber Street Sesh, Freedom Festival and Cottingham Springboard performed here on a monthly basis.
A new project is bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire located alongside the Hull to Bridlington railway line.
The ‘Culture Train’ is to bring musicians from Paragon Station and play free concerts at six venues including Bridlinton station itself from April 1st to June 3rd as part of a project funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s ‘Active Creative’ 2017 funds.