On Friday evening the Genny B hosts a night with Cabin Boy Jumped Ship, On Hollow Ground, Ubiquitus, Corrupt Nation and Hazen.
Cabin Boy Jumped Ship return for a night of hard hitting electronic infused metal.
On Hollow Ground combine crushing riffs, aggressive vocals and dirty breakdowns with ambience, atmosphere and clean choruses in a showcase of technical musicianship.
Ubiquitous are a three piece metal band from the Midlands ready to blow your ears.
Following the success of their appearances at Melton’s Teenage Market Corrupt Nation will perform songs from their soon to be released EP.
Hazen will bring you city madness and hopes you take a second or two to grasp his message.
Sing the blues away again at the Noels Arms on Friday with house band Ceaux Fly. A small fee is charged at this gig in aid of Cancer Research.
Saturday sees The Rooters rocking at the Genny B. The Rooters deliver a varied musical classic rock palette from Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Thin Lizzy.
Tribute band Bon Jovi take to the stage at the Noels Arms on Saturday. ‘They ‘I’ll be there for you,’ Benji Heenan and his guys will take you halfway there. So ‘Raise your Hands,’ and ‘Keep the Faith’ and live on that prayer.
Sunday is funday with Bodger’s Mate at the Noels Arms. They play a wide choice of music styles including classic acoustic rock, celtic, bluegrass, latin and jazz.
The trio Fentones Lite combine chilled acoustic tunes and host an electric set list at The Saddle in Twyford on Sunday. They’ll perform a cool mix of disco rock and pop hits.
Dave Garbe rounds off the weekend with a sensational gig at The Crown. Enjoy live acoustic music from music heavily influenced by folk, reggae and the blues.