The Noels Arms is the venue to be at on Friday to see Java Duke. Java Duke are a live duo who play favourite tunes to suit the occasion. Functions, parties, weddings, birthdays, pubs and clubs.
On Saturday, Redmile rewinds back to the 80s with a party for over 18s. There will be a barbecue until 9pm and fancy dress is optional. Tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the night.
The Genny B hosts Moonshine Band on Saturday. Moonshine are a classic guitar, bass, drums line up. Their sets range from Madness, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, The Darkness, Billy Idol and many more.
The Veltones headline at the Noels Arms on Saturday. Back for the first time in 2017, The Veltones have got several new songs to play to the Noels faithful. Be sure to pack your boogie boots and your singing voices for what promises to be a great night.
Paul Feathersone is Billy Idol at The Grapes on Saturday. For over 20 years Paul has travelled round the country doing a Billy Idol tribute. With a full PA system, lighting, lasers, smoke machine, leather and laughter his shows continue to go from strength to strength.
The Noels Arms have booked Lil Roosters to perform on Sunday. Lil Rooster’s Chris Hall and Hazel Scott are no strangers to the international stage. They’ll mix them ol’ Cajun blues sounds with a little touch of Scots-Celtic soul. Their gig will include favourites from Kate Rusby, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison and Johnny Cash.
Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather at The Crown hosted by Adrian Kerr.
On Wednesday, Bill’s Bar in Oakham, is hosting an open mic night hosted by Simon Booth.