Tuesday, 23 February 2021

 It's back on!


Thanks to a bunch of very lovely and supportive bands, we will now be throwing this whopper of a party on October 22nd & 23rd 2021.

Unfortunately Pom Poko can't make the new date, they'll be in York at another time soon, so we get to add some bands on the Friday and promise you they'll be great and suit the very party nature of this gig!

We've sold 50% of the tickets already, and you should definitely be buying weekend tickets if possible.

All Saturday and Weekend tickets remain valid, but refunds are available from your point of purchase if you are either a) a crazy person, or b) unable to make the new date x

Wednesday, 2 December 2020


 A Christmas gift from Please Please You.

Very limited tickets available now x

Thursday, 29 October 2020

Well we all needed something to look forward to didn't we.


We've teamed up with our friends at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds for a huge rock'n'roll party at The Crescent in York in May. 

A Slow Education brings a diverse selection of punk-fuelled artists together to aid drinking, dancing and having a right good time.


Thursday, 10 September 2020

 Two more very exciting gigs booked for 2021.

On sale now!

Tuesday, 28 July 2020

We're so very eager to get back to gigging as soon as we can. It's making us quite sad all this silence to be honest.

Planning for the end of the year and into 2021 is exciting and we'll keep you posted as we can.

Today we have the privilege of telling you that, for the fifth and grandest of occasions, we welcome very special leftfield folk quartet This Is The Kit to York in March. Hopefully.

The show is in the former Salvation Army HQ on Gillygate, now home to York City Church. It's called The Citadel, there are downstairs, standing tickets and upstairs, balcony seating available and on sale tomorrow morning, July 29th.

All our other news, new dates and rescheduled show info is over here. Or if you have queries you can email us directly. Big love from PPY, see you all before much longer hopefully x

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

All our March-May shows are currently being rescheduled or cancelled due to governmental social distancing measures put in place to combat the COVID-19 outbreak.

We'll update this website as soon as we can.