Patreon Launch

Hello there! All of us here at Gnoss want to give you our best wishes and hope you are all in good health at this very difficult time.

We never thought we’d be sending out this message with the last mailer being full of excitement for the Summer ahead. Most of those events will be postponed with more updates to come later. We’re really disappointed not be be out playing for you but would feel the need to put the health of our audiences and all of the amazing communities we visit first.

We’ve come up with a plan for the next best thing though!

We’ve taken the step of creating a Patreon: a place where you subscribe to our content so that we can continue making music whilst being supported directly by you.

Become a supporter of our page and for a monthly fee you’ll get exclusive content weekly; new music, tutorials, Q&A sessions, covers, a discount for our Bandcamp store, and more! 

Join now to see our first patron-only video this Monday 6th April! A BRAND NEW Gnoss track that’s never been heard before, recorded live before the lockdown.

We’ve decided to use a Pay What You Want model. However much you have spare to support us in this crazy time of no gigging gets you full access to all our exclusive content.

A Note On Postponed Shows

You may be aware of some of these announcements but for anyone unsure about the Gnoss related postponements here is a comprehensive list:

The Following Events Are Postponed –

Gnoss Denmark Tour
23/4 – Folk Roskilde
24/4 – Kulturhus Gimle
25/4 – Hjarnø Forsamlingshus
26/4 – Wintercoat Brewery

21/5 – Orkney Folk Festival (Postponed to 2021)

4/6 – The Tolbooth, Stirling
5/6 – The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool
6/6 – Lyth Arts Centre
11/6 – Kendal Brewery Arts Centre
12/6 – Chapel Arts Centre, Bath
13/6 – Portsmouth Festivities (Postponed to 2021)
14/6 – Folk At The Froize
15/6 – St Mary’s Creative Space Chester

31/7 – Cambridge Folk Festival (Postponed to 2021)

Any queries regarding tickets or currently unaffected shows please get in touch with the venues directly.

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