Melton Gig Guide - July 9 to 12 - Melton Times

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Joe McEldery brings his The Evolution Tour to Melton Theatre on Thursday.

For one night only, Joe will be making a special exclusive performance, live and unplugged.

And if that wasn’t enough for you, on Friday, Howard Rose hosts a superb evening of music at Melton Theatre with not one but two stars from BBC’s The Voice UK 2015.

It’s a homecoming event that you don’t want to miss as Howard brings his inimitable style along for an excellent night of celebration.

The New Dogz of Rock mark their territory on Friday, at the Noels Arms. Making their debut, the band will play memorable blues and rock anthems.

Hillfest returns to Holwell Sports Ground on Saturday with some sensational bands topping the bill.

Kaiser Thief’s, Blurb, Picto Mexico, Monochrome Empire, Cocked n Loaded, Reckless and The Veltones are the selection of bands lined up for your entertainment.

Bonnylou takes to the stage at the Genny B on Saturday. She is a young up and coming artist drawing from her rock/blues and reggae influences to deliver a powerful and energetic performance.

Get ready for Incredible Skank Brothers at the Noels Arms on Saturday who will provide a great night of easy skankin’.

At The Grapes on Saturday, The One Ten ft Steve Berry are due to perform. This is a journey into the 25 year history of UB40, with the likes of the lesser known records like “Food for thought” to the massive hit “Red Red Wine.”

Kicking off Sunday night is Abandon Her at the Noels Arms who will play vibrant pop/folk with a few cheeky covers thrown in.

On Sunday, Platform 9 are at The Crown bringing their striped back raw acoustic versions of popular cover and originals.

Sticky Fingers conclude the music scene on Sunday at the Generous Briton. Mick and Keef take a night off and instead let Scampi, Ken and the band be the highlight of your weekend.