LU7-based band Kribbar (pictured) will be bringing their own style of indie rock to the Wheatsheaf in North Street, Leighton, on Friday (March 20).
This locally-based band play a fusion of indie rock mixed with a bit of funk and a touch of reggae to produce a very unique sound. The playlist will include music penned by the band including Rolling Shore, Sundance, Underneath and Be Yourself.
The band are: James Earl on lead vocals and guitar, Mikey Ciancio on the drums, Bryce Rendell on bass guitar and Carl Spalding on lead guitar.
On Saturday (March 21), Cemetery Junction, an alternative rock band from Newmarket with an obsession for loud guitars and raucous tunes, are on stage.
With their style emulating classic Brit rock from the 60s and 90s, this band make music to dance along to!
Well known around the pubs and clubs of Cambridgeshire, the band released their debut single Eighteen during 2014. Cemetery Junction are Toby Mills on lead vocals, Leon Bishop on lead guitar, Tom Ashby on bass guitar and Craig Barrott on drums and backing vocals.
Music starts about 9.30pm on both evenings and entrance is free.