We Tried Kylie perform at the Twinlakes Xtreme Scream Park event tonight. They’re are an 80s pop party genre band.
The Noels hosts another Wax Comedy Chip shop event tonight. James Cook, Zahra Barri, Jason Neale, Alex Hylton, Michael Dryburgh have all been lined up for your entertainment. The event will by hosted by Jon Pearson.
James Cook is a professional comedian based in Birmingham, with over 1,000 gigs worth of experience as an act and compere.
Zahra is a bit like the country of Turkey, in that she’s a mix of eastern and western culture. She’s also a bird!
Since his first gig in December 2013, Jason Neale has gone from strength-to-strength as a performer, gigging throughout the UK.
Alex Hylton is a youthful, energetic new act with relatable anecdotes of adolescence, mixing in one-liners and a smudge of surrealism to create a likable and unique style.
Mike Dryburgh is a talented prospect based in the West Midlands though originally hailing from Scotland. Since starting out in January 2014 Mike has quickly established himself as a promising newcomer with a likeable personality and an ability to poke fun at himself and the situations he lands in.
CJ Hatt headlines at the Noels Arms on Friday. CJ has a passion for pure acoustic music and this shows in his performance. He will play a wide variety of classics to modern hits.
The Rose and Crown is the place to be at Friday to see Robin Auld. He is a blues/roots singer that is doing a string of gigs following up on interest in his album ‘Back of the Line.’
The Genny B welcome Kieran Fowkes to the stage on Friday. He will lay a two-hour mix set of rock/soul and current songs. Kieran has previously played on Radio 1 and has performed at the Lovebox Festival in London.
Saturday sees Dark Side of the Wall play at the Market Tavern. The award-winning Pink Floyd tribute are celebrating 20 years since their debut performance in 1996.
Now working with Melton based sound and light specialists Abstract Audio, a show in Melton has been on the agenda since the turn of the year.
King Rocker will play at the Noels Arms on Saturday. Hours of the best classic rock and heavy metal will be sung by the one and only Elvis Presley.
Mid Life Crisis, a three piece covers band will play punk, rock, pop and a bit of rock at the Genny B on Saturday.
Local singer Nigel Baker will return to the stage at the Genny B on Saturday. He will be entertaining with hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s to the present.
Sunday sees Luke and Lucy return to the Noels Arms to perform an afternoon of chilled acoustic sessions. Expect lots of harmonies and acoustic versions of songs by artists such as Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Muse, Paolo Nutini, Pink, Alanis Morissette and Damien Rice.
Ray Callcut gigs at The Crown on Sunday. Get ready to hear some popular tunes from back yonder in the vaults of classicness.