Christmas is a time for joy, laughter and the bringing together of friends and family. And what better way to celebrate this tradition than a night of music, and what’s more, that very night being dedicated to charity. On December 1st, The Exchange in Keighley is proud to host a very special show: ‘A Not So Silent Night’, with all proceeds of ticket sales going to the amazing Leeds charity Simon on the Streets, who strive to give street-based aid to homeless people and rough sleepers.
The line-up for this incredible night includes music from Halifax punk rockers State of Error and an acoustic set from Sheffield alternative singer-songwriter Eloise Kerry. Kudos must be given to punk quartet Parallel Lights, who join the evening all the way from Scotland. Leeds rockers in Kill the Silence join the line-up, along with the Virginmarys vocalist Ally Dickaty. Topping off the bill is local talent from Keighley town itself, hard rockers in Fail the Enemy and finally, an acoustic set from As Sirens Fall, whose talented efforts plan to carry on with a DJ set, to keep you dancing well into the wee hours of the morn.
With promises of drinks, exclusive band raffles and perhaps the slaying of some epic festive covers, ‘A Not So Silent Night’ almost guarantees to live up to its name. Nothing says Christmas like giving something, a gift to someone in need. So if you fancy a rockin’ night filled with fun and laughter, then this is the perfect evening for you and tickets are on sale now.