Music at Brighton Dome
7 Oct 2019
We have an array of musical talent coming to Brighton Dome. From fresh, upcoming artists to artists that will make you nostalgic. Here is a quick look at who’s coming to town…
Thu 7 Nov
The Happy Mondays’ classic line-up of front man Shaun Ryder, Bez, Rowetta, Gary Whelan, Paul Ryder, Mark Day and and Dan Broad will perform timeless hits such as Step On, Kinky Afro, Hallelujah, W.F.L., Loose Fit, Judge Fudge and 24 Hour Party People, amongst many others in this celebration of their greatest hits.
Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited (Limited Availability)
Tue 12 Nov
For the first time ever, former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett will perform the seminal Genesis album Selling England By The Pound in its entirety. This year also marks the 40th anniversary of Steve’s most popular albums Spectral Mornings, which he will be performing.
Wed 13 Nov
Brighton native, Ocean Wisdom is certainly one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the UK Rap scene. Ocean joins us at Brighton Dome following the success of his new record label 'Beyond Measure' releasing his latest single 4 AM.
The exceptional London African Gospel Choir, bring their joyous singing and dance, and their unforgettable arrangements of Paul Simon hits such as The Boy In The Bubble, Diamond On the Soles Of Her Shoes and You Can Call me Al to Brighton Dome as part of their tour. The richness & harmony of the Choir’s rhythmic, evocative & empowering voices have created an overwhelming musical event, for anyone lucky enough to experience this special performance.
Wed 20 Nov
Shakespears Sisters, made up of Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit have sold over 1 million albums and made it to Number One in the UK with their 1992 single Stay. After 25 years, they have reunited and released a new single and the album Singles Party featuring all the band’s singles.
The Choir with No Name: The Big Christmas Singalong!
Wed 4 Dec
Sing along to all the Christmas classics with The Choir with No Name, an organisation that runs choirs for homeless and marginalised people. Be a part of this feel-good event and let the festivities commence!
Multi-platinum, award-winning singer Emeli Sandé joins us at Brighton Dome to celebrate the release of her much anticipated album Real Life.
Thu 12 Dec
Fifty years on and Steeleye Span, led as ever by the iconic Maddy Prior, mark this incredible milestone with a night of favourites and songs from new album EST’D 1969.
Sun 2 Feb
Wed 5 Feb
Sat 8 Feb
The 17th live edition of the Transatlantic Sessions once again highlights the format’s evergreen fruitfulness, with a fresh cross-generational array of Scottish, Irish and US special guests joining the regular all-star instrumental line-up.
Tue 25 Feb
Jon Hopkins (Limited Availability)
Sun 15 Mar
English producer Jon Hopkins blends his classical training and passion for electronic music into lush arrangements and soothing ambiences. Playing grand piano for parts of the show, he will be joined on stage by a small group of consummate musicians and long-time friends, consisting of acclaimed producer and guitarist Leo Abrahams, violinist and arranger Emma Smith and cellist Laura Moody.
Mon 23 Mar
Clannad fuse elements of traditional Irish music with more contemporary folk, new age, and rock. The Grammy and BAFTA award winning quartet will be releasing a new anthology In a Lifetime box set to mark their farewell world tour.
Rock Against Racism
Sat 28 Mar
Iconic acts Roy Ayers & The Ubiquity Band, Misty in Roots and The Skatalites join forces at Brighton Dome.
Mon 30 Mar 2020
Caribou is best known for his universally adored album Our Love, five years later he's back with the new track Home premiered as Annie Mac's 'Hottest Record in the World'.