Mia and the Moon perform at the Rose and Crown in Hose on Thursday night. You don’t need a ticket, just head on down.
Shine are back at the Genny B on Friday. This is another chance to see the ever popular covers band fronted by the highly talented artist Burasite. Expect a set that includes something for everyone.
The Grapes hosts The Sound Injectors on Friday. You’ll get a night of pop, ska, reggae, soul and blues from this amazing five piece band.
Melton’s longest running live act ‘XMA’ hit a major milestone this month. Thirty years since their first gig, the punk rockers are holding an anniversary party at the Genny B on Saturday.
Wellard Willy take over the Noels Arms on Saturday. With almost 150 years of experience between them this band certainly know how to rock ‘n’ roll.
Saturday also sees Ska-Waddy play at The Grapes. They’re a reggae act originating from Coventry and are currently finalizing their second album which is being produced by Grammy award winning producer Roger Lomas (famous for his production of Selector, Bad Manners, The Specials and Bodysnatchers).
Govannen will hold their annual Christmas gig at the Noels Arms on Sunday. Celebrate a Celtic Christmas with all your favourite Irish songs.
The Saddle has Pembroke Tenneson taking over the pub on Sunday with a set of 60s folk-rock and Americana influenced songs and covers.
Indie rock is the order of the day at The Crown on Sunday as The Wayfarers bring a balanced diet of Nirvana, The Buzzcocks, The Strokes, The Smiths, The Doors, Oasis and other cover tunes to the table.
Monday at The Saddle in Twyford rounds off a great weekend of music with an interactive singalong carol concert organised by BBC Radio Leicester, Leicestershire Churches Media and the Diocese of Leicester.