Summertyne Festival, Brass! Durham International Festival and Vamos! Festival
Bevvy Sisters/Cow Cow Ticky Ay Ae/St James Sessions/https://www.facebook.com/pages/THE-BEVVY-SISTERS/73556608508
X Salsa team bring salsa tuition and percussion to Durham city!
Fantastic classical guitarist combines Mexican music and works of visal artist from Mexico, Portugal, the U.K. and China.
Fancy a bit of Canadian klezmer?
Celebrate USA Independence Day if you feel the need to or just go for the hell of it!
Folk from this 30 years plus force from Scots folk tradition.
VAMOS! Festival: Yilis del Carmen Suriel Exhibition Opening and Performance by Ladies of Midnight Blue
Another chance to boogie to this hot band in the open air and it's freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Flamenco performance-click above for this rich and diverse presentation.
Great little fest and line up of talent from local events and listing magazine NARC.
Italian brass playing Balkan, Latin and more!
Funky smokin' brass.
Party time in those Durham streets for two all day events featuring a great variety of bands!
The world's best brass and the best British street bands!
Another great little fest and line up of local talent from local events !
Lots more community Brass events all over County Durham in June. I can't list them all here...so click here and read about all the events!!
Beer Festival Music Day: Cumberland Arms, Byker, Newcastle
Music in Museums:Promenade Performance with Bridie Jackson & the Arbour, Kat Davidson, Greg Pullen and Andy Jackson, Bede's World, Jarrow
Honey Bop Trio and Anth Purdy
Tales from a Forgotten City: Shipley Art Gallery: Ruth Fetis, Bridie Jackson & the Arbour
An unplugged set from BJ and Co to launch a new collaborative exhibition led by print maker Ruth Fetis.
Roots, Americana and Country