The Noels Arms hosts its Early Doors Sessions on Friday night with headline act Tara Sims performing.
She will play a wide mix of rock and pop classics throughout the evening.
The Melton Band will perform at Sage Cross Methodist Church on Friday.
The national finalists and their training band will provide an evening of light entertainment featuring traditional and popular music.
Ticket are available on the door and cost £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.
The Carington Arms is the venue to be at to see Samuel and his guest perform on Friday.
Samuel is a Cambridgeshire based singer songwriter with a soulful voice. His thought provoking and relatable lyrics tell stories of love, fear, hope and happiness, that will take you on a memorable journey from start to finish.
Saturday sees the Genny B host Chromatic. The duo band formed in February 2015.
Ben Martin and Dan Spendalow had both been on the music circuit for a number of years before crossing paths at a gig.
The energetic pair will perform a wide range of songs for all ages and add their own chromatic twist to them.
The Cheeze play at the Noels Arms on Saturday. They’re described as purveyors of creamy, full flavoured live music.
The three piece group will cover classic rock and pop songs from the last century. Requests, heckling and banter are positively encouraged and will be met with either mild abuse or a busked version of your favourite song.
On Sunday, When Cousins Marry return the Noels Arms with their mix of country, blues and bluegrass sounds.
These hillbillies will bring their mountain music to Melton from the likes of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle and many more.
Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather in the Tiger Room at The Crown. This is a new venture that welcomes people of all ages and is hosted by Adrian Kerr. Visit www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub/