We run a programme of regular and one-off Concerts and Special Events in Peak Cavern throughout the year.

For more information on specific upcoming concerts or events please click on the band names (links) below

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Friday 5th July - T.Rextasy

T.Rextasy  have now been performing around the world for over 20 years, a career that ironically out lives Marc’s very own T.Rex.  The band is now accepted as the world’s only official live tribute band dedicated to Marc Bolan & T.Rex, and the only band endorsed and approved by Marc Bolan’s family, estate, original ex-members of T.Rex, and Bolan’s catalogue management.  The band has been described by many as ‘beyond the boundaries of tribute’.

Truly a rock’n’roll concert for all ages - If you would like to know exactly what a Marc Bolan concert was like in the 1970s, this show is for you!

Saturday 6th July - Absolute Bowie

Absolute Bowie are proud to present a musical journey through the iconic singer's ever changing personas.

All of the Starman’s greatest hits are performed plus the band perform tracks from the albums David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars, Heroes, Aladdin Sane, Hunky Dory and Young Americans through to Heathen, Outside, Reality, Earthling and Blackstar.Featuring the incredible vocals of John O’Neill as David Bowie, with Chris Buratti on guitar, Fabio Cashio on bass, Alex Paollilo on keyboards, Alessandro Ricardi on drums and Fiona Asbury on saxophone.

Saturday 13th July - John Reilly & Lewis Nitikman

This concert is a celebration of the music of Sir Elton John and Billy Joel. It is performed by recording artist & singer songwriter John Reilly and Canadian pianist, producer and co-writer Lewis Nitikman. John Reilly, whose albums have received both national and international air play, is a stunning vocalist who also adds percussion. Lewis Nitikman, who is Berklee trained and has produced 3 gold albums in Canada, plays piano, bass keyboards and also sings harmony.

Friday 16th August - Half Man Half Biscuit

HMHB are a truly genuine band, blessed with a magical capacity to make the most jaded of listeners fall back in love with music again.
Witty and dry, sardonic yet never cynical, melodically infectious yet edgy sing along songs, these four lads who shook the Wirral are perhaps still to some extent an undiscovered national treasure. So grab your Joy Division Oven Gloves and don your Dukla Prague away kit, as The Biscuit are coming to town.

Saturday 17th August - The Wedding Present

The Wedding Present have had eighteen UK Top 40 hit singles… not bad for a band that has, from its inception, stubbornly refused to play the record industry’s game. It all started in 1985 when David Lewis Gedge boarded a National Express coach in London with 500 records packed into a pair of his mother’s suitcases and, in this fashion, delivered the band’s debut single Go Out And Get 'Em, Boy! to a distribution company in Yorkshire. That pioneering spirit has been at the core of the band’s philosophy ever since. From George Best, “an unmitigated delight” [NME], the first full-length release on their own Reception Records onwards, the band has charted an appealing, if often eccentric, course of its very own.

Friday 23rd August - ABBA Reunion

ABBA REUNION gives Abba fans, old and new, the opportunity to once again get together and re-live the addictive Abba phenomena that swept the airwaves and discos during the 70’s and 80’s in a truly authentic, feel good, party style tribute concert. From Mamma Mia to Dancing Queen, all of the greatest hits are performed with unrivalled authenticity from both an audio and visual perspective with an amazing jaw dropping finale recreation taking you back to where it all began in 1974!

Saturday 24th August - Think Floyd

This extraordinary band, dubbed the Definitive Pink Floyd Experience, are renowned for their stunning celebration of the music of one of the world's greatest bands.  Pink Floyd's Nick Mason describes the band as "Brilliant! - They are really good."  In a recent interview on LBC the drummer commended Think Floyd and rather generously called them "better than we are".