Open Mic Goodness returns today at The Saddle (Twyford) hosted by Simon Booth.
The Soul-tones roll into town on Friday at the Genny B. They will host an evening of classic soul and RnB classics.
Also on Friday, The Likes are back in town at the Noels Arms. As always, the ever popular rap section will be in the set along with plenty of the anthems that they play so well.
Look out for Monty’s Travelin Roadshow playing at Frisby Live (Frisby Village Hall), on Saturday.
The charismatic Arthur Cunnington will be launching his new album on Saturday night at Scalford Village Hall. He will be performing with bassist David Tatnell as well as an assortment of other musicians.
Three piece band Indigo are back to entertain crowds at the Genny B. Their arsenal of great tunes includes numbers by Queen, The Beatles, The Fratellis, The Killers, Kings of Leon, Fleetwood Mac and many more.
Saturday sees Veltones play at The Crown (Asfordby). Regulars will be treated to new songs from one of the hardest working bands around.
Tristram Shandy take to the stage at the Noels Arms on Saturday. The four part harmony group will play pop, disco and rock hits.
Also on Saturday, The Budgie Smugglers will be performing at The Grapes. Their repertoire includes hits from Britney Spears, Soft Cell, The Proclaimers and the Sex Pistols.
The Peas will be digging deep into the 80s, 90s and 00s and performing at the Noels Arms on Sunday.
The Saddle (Twyford) will have popular band The Fentones at its establishment on Sunday. They will host an electric set list ranging from disco to rock.
Sunday concludes with An Excuse to Leave taking over the Crown. They will offer crowds a mix of rock/pop originals and covers from the 70s, 80s and beyond.