Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
Love Action is a mini-festival of local bands in aid of the Sussex Beacon. Great acts for a great day – all for a good cause.
The festival season starts early this year with the third South Coast Jazz Festival taking place in Brighton and Shoreham-by-Sea from 16th to 29th January.
Glug Brighton unveils an evening of art and design delights at Patterns nightclub.
Punk rock’s 40th birthday is celebrated with a new exhibition of iconic and rare images from two legendary music press photographers.
Paul Weller and Robert Wyatt headline the first in a series of fundraisers in support of Jeremy Corbyn.
The critically-acclaimed rapper, poet, playwright and author brings ‘Let Them Eat Chaos’ to All Saints Church.
The second audio-visual night from Twisted Frequencies sees Symbolico manning the decks for a journey through ancient wisdom and futuristic dubstep.
Nigel Kennedy comes to the Dome for a UK exclusive to play the music of Hendrix.
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Julia Holter returns to Brighton to showcase her latest album ‘Have You In My Wilderness’.
Take a trip across the continents without leaving Brighton, in aid of International Language Day.
All the way from Mexico City, Mexrrissey come to Brighton Dome to give Morrissey’s music a mariachi makeover.
Marmite rockers The Fall return to Concorde2 next month after their first line-up change in a decade.
Pop-punks Yellowcard will be saying their final goodbyes with a world tour that hits Brighton’s Concorde2 this December.
The Welsh rockers come to Brighton Dome to revisit their debut ‘Fuzzy Logic’ twenty years on.
New England House throws open the doors on its seventeenth annual festive art sale.
American hard rock band Black Stone Cherry return to the UK for what is promised to be an intimate treat for their fans.
A far cry from their humble beginnings showcasing local artists in a pint-sized shop on the seafront, Pop-Up Brighton are fast approaching their 5th Birthday.
Death Valley Girls bring an infectious bone-rattling blend of Bitch Craft-approved garage/punk rock to The Hope & Ruin.
Psych-rockers Fumaça Preta are coming to play the official pre-party for Lewes Psychedelic Festival later this month.
Kraftwerk bring their robots to the Brighton Centre for an evening of timeless techno pop next summer.
A new Brighton art gallery opens with a spectacular exhibition from local artist and apocalyptic visionary Jim Sanders.
Brighton Rockers, our local eight-wheeled wonder women, roll their riotous sport into the city itself for the first time. To mark the occasion we’ve got two pairs of tickets to give away.
Girl Band bring their crashing noise to The Haunt as they make their long-awaited return to Brighton.
Indie rockers VANT embark on a winter headline tour across the UK this month, taking The Haunt for their own.
Punk rock royalty The Damned have booked The Dome to celebrate their 40th anniversary with a gig featuring their first album played in full plus a greatest hits set.