07 September 2017
plus Jenny Biddle

Bellingham All Acoustic organisers take to the stage themselves for this annual fund raising event for BAAFest.
Landermason are known for their refreshing mix traditional and contemporary folk and jazz. Beautiful, striking arrangements that showcase many instruments along the way! 

A great way to kick start the BAAFest weekend! 

This event will take place in the Assembly Hall at Brown Rigg Lodges NE48 2HR

Doors/Bar 7.30pm       Music from 8pm
Admission £7.50 

27 October 2017
plus Ben Haslam


Hadrian’s Union are a five piece Contemporary Folk Indie band from the debateable lands of England and Scotland.  Influences include: Lindisfarne, Home Service, Stackridge, Bonzo Dog Dooh Dah Band

The band is currently rehearsing for their forthcoming album release. 

Hadrian’s Union are Stew Simpson (Guitar/Vocals), Brian Bell (Bass), Robin Jowett (Melodeon and Keys), Malcolm Bushby (Violin),David Pratt (Drums)

Hadrian’s Union was formed in 2010 and signed to Fellside Records in 2013 but they now have a brand new line up with BBC Folk Award Winners (Brian & Robin), Malcolm Bushby (previous bands include Folkestra, Tom McConville ),David Pratt (Poison Whiskey Band, Man With Stick) and a brand new sound for 2017.

This event will take place at Tarset Village Hall, Lanehead NE48 1NT

Doors/Bar from 7.30pm      Music from 8pm
Admission £8.00 Students £6.00

24 November 2017
plus Ailsa Oxnard and Hannah Wyness

The Tom McConville band is one of the most entertaining, exciting four-piece bands operating on the circuit today. Fronted by the incendiary Fiddle playing of BBC Radio 2 Musician of the Year Tom McConville (who Seth Lakeman regards as his biggest influence), this band also features Shona Kipling, herself a BBC Folk Award nominee, and one of the finest accordion players in the country. Add to that David Newey's 'incredible, unique guitar playing' (BBC Radio 6), and Phil Murray - the man Mike Harding called 'the best acoustic bass player in Britain', and you have a force to be reckoned with. Whilst this band has a backbone in traditional music, you’ll hear country, jazz, blues and rock and roll, all being delivered by an acoustic four piece.

This event will take place at Tarset Village Hall, Lanehead NE48 1NT

Doors/Bar 7.30pm      Music from 8pm
Admission £10.00 Students £8.00

BAA Club events are held in different venues in and around Bellingham so please check carefully before making your journey! To book tickets or for further information:
Tel. (01434) 220646 / 07788 804784 or email organisers@baaclub.co.uk