Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip

Sun 29th November, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:45 pm (Doors: 7:00pm)
Mik Artistik's Ego Trip

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Due to popular demand Mik Artistik has booked a further date into Chapel Arts

IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE DOORS ARE NOW 7.00PM

DUE TO REDUCED CAPACITY MINIMUM BOOKING OF TWO TICKETS

If this event needs to be cancelled you will be refunded. Face masks need to be worn whilst moving around the venue, but not whilst seated at your table. Chapel Arts is COVID ready!

“[Sweet Leaf of The North] my favourite song of the last decade” Iggy Pop

Hugely popular Leeds-based trio Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip are well known for their unique live performances and madcap antics deeming every performance not just a gig, but a truly momentous event. So much so that they have been entertaining the Glastonbury Festival for the last 11 years*. Some say Glastonbury hasn’t really started until they’ve seen one of Mik’s multiple performances.

Mik spouts poetic verse, creates chaos, plays air-crook lock (!), and all-out entertains over the top of an exquisite layer of rock, soul, funk, and punk created by multi-instrumentalist Jonny Flockton on electric guitar, mandolin, banjo, and ukulele.

They have over recent years established themselves as festival favourites having performed at many of the major UK festivals, including Boomtown Fair, Latitude, Bearded Theory, Beat Herder, Wilderness, Beautiful Days, as well the last 7 Port Eliot Festivals.

BBC Radio 6Music have long been playing Mik’s music with Gideon Coe, Chris Hawkins, Shaun Keaveny and Tom Robinson all big fans of the band.

In December last year no-less that rock icon and 6Music presenter Iggy Pop endorsed Mik’s anthem of hope ‘Sweet Leaf of the North’ as his favourite song of the last DECADE!.

“Best live band I have seen all summer” Gideon Coe

“Inspirational” John Cooper Clarke

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