Following months of uncertainty following the closure of the Lincoln Imp, the venue finally reopened under new ownership, with the previous landlady Lorraine returning to manage the popular venue.
Last week we received the great news, that the Lincoln Imp in Ashby will reopen this week. It was beginning to look as though it may never happen, which would have been a real shame for such a great local and iconic original live music venue. So many local musicians and gig goers felt the void after the venue closure.Continue reading ReOpening – All New Lincoln Imp // Scunthorpe
It was the end of an era this past weekend, when after five years, landlady Lorraine Briggs called last orders on her time at The Lincoln Imp, as she settles down with partner Paul to raise her grandkids.Continue reading Review// Final Farewell to the previous Landlady of Lincoln Imp
Adam Bomb is playing the Lincoln Imp on 15th October as part of his latest UK tour.
Crown Promotion & Management present the mighty Wheatus.
Plus tour support from the super talented MC Frontalot.
Mest Originally formed in Illinois back in 1995 by cousins Matt Lovato and Tony Lovato, the alternative punk band’s lineup, prior to their breakup in 2006, consisted of vocalist and guitarist Tony Lovato, guitarist Jeremiah Rangel, bassist Matt Lovato, and drummer Nick Gigler. Splitting after an eleven year run, the band was reformed in 2008 with a new lineup led by singer Tony Lovato.
MEST will be supported by Slimboy an Alternative rock band from Basel, Switzerland.
Thu 16th Aug at 7:30pm at The Lincoln Imp, Scunthorpe
Tickets £12/ Door £15
This Saturday at the Lincoln Imp two of Scunthorpe’s homegrown bands will be taking to the stage. Different Oceans now based in Manchester will be headlining the show. Supported By The Voques, who rarely play their Hometown of Scunthorpe and are well-known on the Sheffield gig circuit. Lizzie Goddard will also be performing at the start of the night to kick of proceedings.