What's on in Crewe this weekend? Local live music and events Friday - Sunday

By Ryan Parker

12th May 2022 | Local News

A fun weekend with a variety of live music in Crewe (The Cosey Club, Haslington).
A fun weekend with a variety of live music in Crewe (The Cosey Club, Haslington).

The weather is expected to mixed this weekend.

Friday are Saturday are expected to be sunny and warm.

There is plenty to do around Crewe this weekend from Friday all the way through to Sunday.

Queens Park will be fun in the sun this weekend.

Remember you can relax the paddle boats in the lake.

The Park Life cafe is now open from 9am until 6pm every Saturday and Sunday for the summer. Queens Park is open until 7:30pm.

Crewe Nub News has you covered for events taking place in and around Crewe this weekend.

Check out our What's on section for events taking place Friday to Sunday.

Here are our top picks for this weekend:

Friday - Ruby J @ Crewe Market Hall

Ruby J will be performing at Crewe Market Hall this Friday (May 13).

Crewe Market Hall has quickly turned itself into a community hub, packed with events - celebrating its first anniversary next week.

Solo singer/songwriter Ruby J will be performing at Crewe Market Hall this Friday (May 13).

The acoustic performer has a very distinctive voice. Ruby J is a fantastic young talent.

Don't miss out on the Friday entertainment. The free event starts at 8pm.

Crewe Market Hall is open until 11pm with new eateries Jimmy's Mexican (Case Mexica) under new management and Noodle Gurus.

For more information click HERE.

Saturday - Revolution @ The Cosey Club, Haslington

Revolution will be performing at The Cosey Club this Saturday (May 14).

Rock group Revolution will be performing at The Cosey Club this Saturday (May 14).

The four-piece band will be covering classic rock from the likes of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and T-Rex.

Also expect modern rock tunes from the likes of Foo Fighters, Kaiser Chiefs, Feeder, The Fratellis and more.

The event starts at 8pm with the venue open until midnight.

For more information click HERE.

Sunday - Oska @ The Raven

Oska will be performing at The Raven this Sunday (May 15).

Popular rock group in Crewe, Oska will be performing at The Raven this Sunday (May 15).

The popular five-piece band are back in town, playing rock covers from Blondie, The Pretenders, Texas and a whole lot more.

This free event on Brookhouse Drive begins at 7:30pm.

For more information click HERE.

What else is on in and around Crewe this weekend?

  • This Friday (May 13), Motown, Soul and Northern Soul band, The Godfathers of Soul are performing at Albert's Corner. The ten-piece have returned to the Prince Albert Street Venue in Crewe Town Centre, performing on stage from 9:15pm. The venue will be open until 2am.

The Godfathers of Soul are performing at Albert's Corner this Friday - May 13 (Ryan Parker).

  • On Saturday (May 14), soft rock band Messenger will be performing at the Rising Sun Vaults, Earle Street. The South Cheshire group love what they do and will be covering a variety of popular rock songs from the likes of The Police, Fleetwood Mac and more. The free event starts at 9pm.
  • Coming up this Sunday (May 15), Crewe Market Hall is hosting its monthly pop-up market. It will last until 4pm. For more information click HERE.

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