Reviews and Past Appearances 

Past Shows  – gig data taken from an external source. Older gigs, pre May 2015 refer to previous line ups.

Concerts by Songkick

Live Reviews

Towersey Festival 2017

Lindisfarne where the real surprise package for me at this year’s Towersey Festival (2017).  Not being of their generation I had been unsure of just how they would go down, but they stormed it. Consummate professionals and great musicians, they surprised me with just how many of their great songs I knew and those that I didn’t felt familiar. Wonderful stage presence and rapport with the audience –  who I should say came in droves to see them. A no-brainer booking for me. One of this year’s festival highlights.Joe Heap – Director – TOWERSEY FESTIVAL Ltd

Under The Bridge – Fulham  – April 16 2017.

“There’s good, and there’s astoundingly good: there’s amazing, and then there’s exemplary.”Read more from Darius Drewe

The Stables –  Wavendon, Milton Keynes –   April 14th  2017

“Put simply Lindisfarne were amazing.– The gig, like many on this tour was sold out, the band definitely not”  Read more  by Marc Higgins – Northern Sky Magazine 

The Live Room – Caroline Club – Saltaire – Bradford – 3rd March 2017

“We probably could have sold out two nights for this wonderful band, who royally entertained us on Friday night! If anyone doubted whether this sextet of veterans could still generate the energy, power and skill of their hit-making heyday, those doubts were soon dispelled.”

The stage was packed with equipment, so much so that there was little space for the guys themselves, but once they squeezed on, it was full throttle all the way. With a nearly 50 year history, there were anthems aplenty to make us smile, reminisce and sing along to.

For many of us, it was the first time that we had had the pleasure of hearing some of these unforgettable songs live and lads delivered scintillating versions of ‘Lady Eleanor’; ‘Meet Me On The Corner’; ‘Fog On The Tyne’; ‘Run For Home’; ‘We Can Swing Together’; ‘Clear White Light’; and many others that had the capacity crowd singing along at the tops of their voices.

It was a night we’ll remember forever, and special mention should be made for Nick Hall’s powerhouse opening support set, which got many in the crowd talking and seeking CDs!

Photos courtesy of Keith Belcher.