Tickets: £30
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL RUINS PRIORY STREET, COVENTRY, CV1 5RN
Sat 31 Jul 2021 @ 11.30
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HOME SESSIONS: SATURDAY DAY PASS

Sat 31 Jul 2021 @ 11.30
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL RUINS
PRIORY STREET, COVENTRY, CV1 5RN
Duration: 8hrs 45mins
£30

TERRY HALL PRESENTS HOME SESSIONS
A four-day festival of live music, DJ sets, film and spoken word

Join us for over eight hours of music in the iconic Coventry Cathedral Ruins. Start the day with the ultimate family dry rave from Morning Gloryville and Curious Club before enjoying a series of intimate gigs from Alabama 3 Acoustic, Riding the Low, Jane Weaver, and The Pop Group: World Premiere Of 'Y In Dub', as well as homegrown talent Cov Kozaks, Duck Thieves, Starkeye and Ghost Town. See all of this with a Saturday Day Pass ticket for only £30.

This session is recommended for 18+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.

Go CV+ discount available. Get up to 4 tickets at 50% off per cardholder. Limited tickets available. Add your Go CV number to your Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 account to access discounted tickets. Find out more about Go CV.

FULL SATURDAY DAY PASS LINE-UP

11.30 – 13.30
MORNING GLORYVILLE FAMILY RAVE WORK OUT + CURIOUS CLUB

The ultimate family dry rave. Morning Gloryville and the Curious Club team up to bring you this one off, supersized party for all the family. Expect dancing with yoga, glitter, raving and sound healing magic...

Dust off your kicks, grab the kids and we'll see you in the ruins for the ultimate rave of summer 2021! Suitable for all ages.

13:30 – 14:00
COV KOZAKS

14.15 – 14.45
DUCK THIEVES

14:45 – 15:10
STARKEYE

15.10 – 16.10
ALABAMA 3 ACOUSTIC

Best known for the critically acclaimed theme tune ‘Woke up This Morning’ for HBO’s The Sopranos, Alabama 3 has been playing sold out gigs for over two decades. The band will play a stripped back acoustic set full of well-known classics. Their unplugged shows have gained as much notoriety over the years as their full band ones. Armed with Rock Freebase on guitar, Nick Reynolds on Harmonica and the soulful vocals of Larry Love, the Holy rollin’ train of Alabama 3 is bound for Mashville.

16.25 – 17.25
RIDING THE LOW

Riding the Low, fronted by the amazing Paddy Considine are self-declared players of rock'n'roll. They are loud, proud, and both hark back to an era of bolshy, declarative 70s punk whilst sporting a penchant for all-consuming indie wall of sound. 

17.25 – 17.55
GHOST TOWN

17.55 – 18.50
JANE WEAVER

Jane Weaver’s signature sound feels different and exhilarating. Fusing dense, synth-saturated atmospherics with soaring songcraft.

18.55 – 19.10
GHOST TOWN

19.15 – 20.15
THE POP GROUP: WORLD PREMIERE OF 'Y IN DUB'

Post-punk iconoclasts The Pop Group present the world premiere of ‘Y in Dub’, an electrifying reinterpretation of one of the most audacious and era-defining records of the post-punk period, The Pop Group’s ‘Y’.  Prepare yourself for chaos incarnate. ‘Y in Dub’, is set for release later this year on Mu.

*Line up subject to change.

TOGETHER WE CAN SEE IT SAFELY

We are staging this event in line with guidance following the Government’s relaxation of COVID regulations regarding social distancing, which is no longer mandatory. To make this event as safe and comfortable as possible we continue to operate on a reduced capacity, however, limited socially distanced areas will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. 

To keep your fellow audience members, artists and our team as safe as possible, we expect all our audience and team members to wear face coverings (except those medically exempt). We also encourage everyone to take a lateral flow test before travelling; this too is for everyone’s benefit, because together we can all help each other enjoy a safe and comfortable visit.

NHS Test & Trace QR Codes will also be in place at entrances to our venues, and all are encouraged to check-in with their smartphone as they arrive at the venue for the first time.

essential event information

Wristband exchange
All Ticket Holders must exchange their ticket for a wristband before entering the queue for the venue.  The wristband exchange is situated at Tickets & Information on University Square, next door to both venues and clearly sign-posted from the cathedral, What3Words: ///stamp.comb.belts

Please have your tickets ready for scanning. We recommend you show them on a fully-charged mobile device or alternatively printed out on A4 paper.

Lost or damaged wristbands can not be replaced.

Tickets for all Home Sessions events may be purchased subject to availability in person from Tickets & Information but we are only accepting card payments.

Tickets & Information will be open Thursday 4.30-7.30pm, Friday 4.30pm-12.30am, Saturday 10.30am-9pm and Sunday 10am-10.30pm. (Closing time may vary.)

Toilets
Toilets including accessible toilets are available on site outside both venues, and on University Square.  These will be clearly signposted from both venues.

Bars
Bars will be available within our venues selling draught and bottled alcoholic and soft drinks.  Free tap water will be available at all our bars. All bars will be accepting card payments only.

Challenge 25 is in operation throughout our venues, please remember to bring proof of age with you (either a valid Passport or Driving License).

Food
There is no food available within our venues, however food can be purchased from our Assembly Festival Gardens Site, which is a short 3-minute walk from the venue.

Assembly Festival Gardens will be clearly signposted from the venue.

Cloakroom
There is no cloakroom available within any of the venues.

Weather Planning
All events within the Cathedral Ruins are outdoors.

Although we are at the height of the British Summer, our weather can still change in an instant.  As such, please come prepared for the elements, come rain or shine. 

Age Restrictions
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.

‘Please note that Midnight at the Ruins: UNKLE presents RONIN’ is strictly 18+ only.

Challenge 25 will be enforced upon entry and at our Bars, please remember to bring proof of age with you (either a valid Passport or Driving License).

Under 16s attending the event will be required to wear a ‘Guardianship Wristband’ for the duration of the event.  This wristband will need to be populated with their attending guardians contact information, on the inside of the wristband upon issuing.

Guardianship Wristbands will be available at the entrance points to all event venues.

Prohibited Items & Searches
All bags will be searched upon entry to the venue for all events.  The event organiser reserves the right to search clothing for security reasons.

To ensure the safety of all, the following items are strictly prohibited within the venue:

  • Air Horns
  • Alcohol
  • Audio Visual Equipment
  • Bicycles
  • Drones
  • Flammable Liquids and gas canisters (including nitrous oxide)
  • Folding chairs, other seating or shooting sticks
  • Glass
  • Illegal Substances
  • Laser Pointers
  • Large Bags (must be smaller than 40 x 30 x 20cm)
  • Pets (other than registered hearing or guide dogs)
  • Pyrotechnics - Fireworks & Flares
  • Umbrellas
  • Weapons, Blades & Scissors

Please note that anyone found to have anything in their possession that is deemed illegal, the Police will be informed, and they may be charged.

Access information

  • Venue recognises Access card

An Accessible Viewing Area is available in both our venues.

Booking a ticket for a Disabled Person will guarantee you a space within the Accessible Viewing Area.
Personal Assistant tickets are also available free of charge if booked in advance.