Rock, indie and pop music will be among the delights for people visiting the Wheatsheaf in Leighton Buzzard over the bank holiday weekend.
Friday night at the Wheatsheaf sees the return of popular rock band legend Southside Jimmy.
Jimmy, originally from Glasgow’s Gorbals, is now based in Milton Keynes with his band and always gets great support at the Wheatsheaf, regularly delighting all who come to see.
They are well known among rock connoisseurs.
The four-piece band play regular gigs in and around the local area.
Saturday is the regular monthly presentation by The Peppermint Store and the Leighton Buzzard based indie-pop band Kings and Thieves will be performing.
Although only formed in 2014, the band have had a busy year supporting bands at gigs, establishing a fan base in the Herts, Beds and Bucks area and recording their debut single Southwold.
The bank holiday Monday afternoon sees the return of Spaced Out, a four-piece rock, pop and punk covers band that play anything and everything to help get the party rocking.
The band’s setlist includes a great range of tunes by Jimi Hendrix, The Killers, Kings of Leon, U2, Kaiser Chiefs, David Bowie, OutKast, The Jam, Snow Patrol and Queen
On Friday and Saturday music starts at around 9.30pm. Music on Monday from Spaced Out runs from 3pm until around 5pm and a hog roast will be available.
Entry is free.