Joe Strummer Foundation To Support Humber Street Sesh 2017

Humber Street Sesh - Joe Strummer Foundation

We are thrilled to be once again supporting Humber Street Sesh, an awesome day festival organised by the fine folks of Hull featuring some superb new music.

“It’s an honour to be involved in such an incredible event, we’ve got some great bands playing our Strummerville Stage and it’s all down to Mark Page’s drive, passion and love for music. We’re proud supporters to say the least!”Jamie Webb, Joe Strummer Foundation.


Strummerville Stage - Humber Street Sesh

The Sesh is the brainchild of Mark Page aka Mak, who in 2001 wanted to provide a platform for local musicians at The Linnet & Lark every Tuesday night. With humble beginnings, the Sesh quickly established itself as a community event that Hull could be proud of.

“Humber Street Sesh is delighted to have Strummerville join us again, this year supported by Doc Martens. We are proud of our association with the Joe Strummer Foundation, who promote emerging musicians and share the same ethos as Humber Street Sesh – that music is empowering and life changing for communities.”Mark Page Humber Street Sesh

Fifteen years since starting the regular Tuesday Sesh has become legendary within the city, catering for emerging bands from across the UK along with the hundreds of talented local acts. The Sesh (located at the legendary ‘Polar Bear‘ on Springbank, Hull) still maintains itself as a free entry event.

The night brings together local creatives, from photographers, writers and local podcast shows, to help promote the bands. Fatherson, Plague Vendor and Skaters are just a few names to have graced the stage in the last twelve months alongside over a 1000 performances during it’s history.

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