Jam with the host band or bring your own band to the Noels Arms on Friday.
Full professional backline is provided so just take guitars and your voices.
Blue Skin Blake and the Avatars (The Saddle, Twyford, Friday) are Simon Booth and Eddie Easton (Copperhead) with Shaun Fowler, and bring great acoustic music from Lynrd Skynyd to the 4 Non-Blondes, and Floyd to Elton John.
Revolver make their first appearance of the year at the Genny B on Friday.
This power trio consisting of Rich, Ray, and Andy play classic covers from the 60s, 70s and 80s including 10cc, Beatles and The Police.
On Saturday, the Market Tavern will be celebrating the life of Jeff Aldridge with a fundraising event in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Music will include the long-awaited return of Thin Lizzy tribute Bad Reputation following sets from One Man Two Tone and Baker’s Treat.
There’s also a raffle and an auction. Tickets at £10 are available from Hamilton Tennis Club, Debbie Aldridge, E-clips Hairdressers, and Andy McDonald at Mars Petcare.
BaKlash bring their high voltage rock ‘n’ roll to the Genny B on Saturday. Trawling through the Rock of Ages, bands featured include the Beatles, Stones, Muse, Primal Scream, Kinks, Pistols, AC/DC, and Kasabian.
Wear some tartan as Bodger’s Mate celebrate Burn’s Night at the Noels on Sunday with guest accordionist Hugh Barwell, from London.
The Church Fitters (Twyford Village Hall, Sunday) are a folk band like no other.
A bass guitar made out of a frying pan, heart-wrenching vocals accompanied by a musical saw, and foot-stompingly fast fiddle mixed with infectious funk-rock bouzouki, and traditional tunes reinvigorated with mesmerising jazz sax.
Tickets cost £8 and £5 for children with (01664) 840774.