The Original Rude Boy will be heading to Bristol this weekend.
Local punk band The Run Up will open for Irish folk punk legends Flogging Molly when the Fireball-Fuelling the Fire tour hits the O2 Academy Bristol, next month.
The sounds of one of the most iconic pop groups of the 1980s will be recreated in Weston-super-Mare later in the month, and Mercury readers will win tickets to the show.
A British musician who has been at the forefront of the industry for more than 40 years will be performing in the West Country next summer.
The world’s biggest female girl group will reunite in the West Country for the first time in six years.
The Overtones will be performing songs from their new album at Bath Pavilion later this month.
A production of Handel’s Radamisto will be staged at Bath’s Theatre Royal next week.
The festive season will begin in style when Worle Community Choir puts on its Christmas show.
It was fine night of giant beers and plastic cup politics down at the sold out ska show at the O2 Academy Bristol, Sunday night.
Bristol’s indie queen She Makes War returned home for an intimate homecoming gig aboard the good ship Thekla.
I was so privileged to see my childhood idol, the irrepressible Toyah, perform at Bristol’s Fleece on Thursday evening as I had never seen her sing her own songs live before, despite being a fan since I was 11.
The timeless sounds of an iconic American band will be recreated on a Weston stage this month, and the Mercury has free tickets to give away.
Prepare to party with Dutty Moonshine Big Band who will be bringing their genre twisting blend of old and new to Bristol’s SWX on November 16.
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