Friday 23rd June 2017 - Koan Brothers & The Doctors

Great double headline bill with The Doctors of Philosophy & The Koan Brothers. An evening of Americana tinged live music from two of the best live bands on the local circuit. The Koans deliver kicking country inspired rock with soaring three part harmonies. The Doctors play startlingly original and melodic songs backed by a band of confident musicians that really rock but still understand the importance of light and shade.

FREE ENTRY - Non Members welcome - Doors 8:00pm - 11:30pm The club is open from 4:30pm so do come along and enjoy a drink in the bar first - All welcome

 
Friday 30th June 2017 - The Triple Chicken Combo
A welcome return to the Con Club for The Triple Chicken Combo. Brighton born blues, funk, rock trio. Frying it up and serving it fresh to your ears. www.facebook.com/ pages/ The-Triple-Chicken-Combo FREE ENTRY - Non Members welcome - Doors 8:00pm - 11:30pm The club is open from 4:30pm so do come along and enjoy a drink in the bar...
Saturday 1st July 2017 - Musa M'Boob & XamXam
A Bollow showcase of West African Music and Dance based on the collaboration project in The Gambia earlier this year. A unique and entertaining evening designed to get you dancing to the unique sounds of West Africa. Musa MBoob is an internationally acclaimed Gambian master percussionist. He was born in The Gambia, West Africa and is the son of Doudou MBoob, himself a Gambian master percussionist. In 1985 Musa became a professional performer of percussion, singing and dance, following the family...
6th July - Hal Cruttenden and Dominic Holland This year to end our year before Edinburgh and the Summer Break (back in Oct as per) we have a WHOLE SEASON of gigs throughout the first three Thursdays in July.  These special warm up gigs for big names making final adjustments before hitting the Battle Royale the is the Edinburgh Festival promise to be excellent.   Edinburgh is where established comics like these try and be at their very best, with challenging material and exciting concept shows,...
Friday 7th July 2017 - Elevators Big Band
www.elevatorsweb.com The Elevators Big Band return to the Lewes Con Club for an evening of '50s inspired RnB and Blues. Get your Zoot Suit and Pencil Skirts on and come for a boogie. Bar is open from 4:30pm so come and enjoy a drink before - Doors 8:00 to 11:30pm. Entry £5 OTD all welcome - Club Members...
Saturday 8th July 2017 - Zion Train
Zion Train + Guests - Zion Train's vast array of music from the last 25 years still sounds fresh to today's discerning ears. Zion Train was founded by Perch (live dub mixing / production), in 1988. The live line-up has always been very flexible, varying from Perch and a vocalist for sound-system gigs, to an extended lineup for larger events. Zion Train live always features a variety of renowned vocalists but primarily, the band have been fronted by Dubdadda. Zion Train have been one of the...
Comedy at the Con Edinburgh Preview Night 2 - 13th July - George Egg and tba This year to end our year before Edinburgh and the Summer Break (back in Oct as per) we have a WHOLE SEASON of gigs throughout the first three Thursdays in July.  These special warm up gigs for big names making final adjustments before hitting the Battle Royale the is the Edinburgh Festival promise to be excellent.   Edinburgh is where established comics like these try and be at their very best, with challenging...
Friday 14th July 2017 - AYU Funk Party
Nine/ Ten piece funk band based in Brighton. Playing tight, heavy rhythms and 70's funk classics. You've seen funk gigs before, now its time to experience the AYU funk party! www.facebook.com/ theayufunkband/ soundcloud.com/ ayubrighton FREE ENTRY - Non Members welcome - Doors 8:00pm - 11:30pm The club is open from 4:30pm so do come along and enjoy a drink in the bar first - All...
Family BBQ ,Sunday 16th July, 12:00  -4:00pm, quality burgers, sausages, chicken and variety of salads. Adults £10, children £5. Tickets available from the bar. Music for the mood! All...
Sunday 16th July 2017 - Bad Manners
We Love The Big Blue Shed Present : Bad Manners - a 2 Tone and ska band led by frontman Buster Bloodvessel. Early appearances included Top of The Pops and the live film documentary, Dance Craze. They were at their most popular during the early 1980s, during a period when other ska revival bands such as Madness, The Specials and The Selecter filled the charts. Bad Manners spent 111 weeks in the UK Singles Chart between 1980 and 1983,[2] and they also achieved chart success with their first four...
Comedy at the Con Edinburgh Preview Night 3 - 20th July - tba and Charlie Baker This year to end our year before Edinburgh and the Summer Break (back in Oct as per) we have a WHOLE SEASON of gigs throughout the first three Thursdays in July.  These special warm up gigs for big names making final adjustments before hitting the Battle Royale the is the Edinburgh Festival promise to be excellent.   Edinburgh is where established comics like these try and be at their very best, with challenging...
Friday 21st July 2017 - The Curst Sons
The Curst Sons have been playing their powerful stripped back take on early American traditional music since 1998.  Performing mainly original material with a few distinctive arrangements of traditional songs they have released six CDs -and one 10” vinyl EP on their own Curst Mountain label.  Over the years they have played venues ranging from tiny country pubs to festival main stages, appeared on several local radio shows and recorded two live sessions on the much missed Mark Lamarr BBC Radio...
Saturday 22nd July 2017 - Loose Caboose
LOOSE CABOOSE is back again with its usual mix of 60's Soul, Northern, R&B, Latin & Jazz. Guest DJ with residents Rachelle Piper and Martin Jackson seducing you onto the dance floor with their tunes. £5 on the...
Sunday 23rd July 2017 - The Dickies
We Love The Big Blue Shed presents; THE DICKIES 40th ANNIVERSARY TOUR with support from Red Raucous and Church of Eon. The Dickies were the clown princes of punk, not to mention surprisingly longstanding veterans of the L.A. scene. In fact, by the new millennium, they'd become the oldest surviving punk band still recording new material. In contrast to the snotty, intentionally offensive humor of many comedically inclined punk bands, the Dickies were winningly goofy, inspired mostly by trashy...
A Cajun Barn Presentation. From Eunice, Louisiana The Savoy Family Band. Marc and Ann Savoy and their two sons Joel and Wilson are the first family of Cajun music, but fame and fancy titles aren’t their thing. Despite having played on some of the biggest stages in the world, they know that Cajun’s true spirit is more likely to be found at the jam sessions back at the famous Savoy Music Center near Eunice LA. And yet, that spirit really does inspire the family’s performances and soaks through...

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