Newton Faulkner

Newton Faulkner first shot to fame with the superb 2007 debut album Hand Built By Robots, capturing the hearts of the nation with his brand of upbeat acoustic pop and unique image.

Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots, one of the most talked about bands at the moment have announced their biggest UK headline tour to date, which includes a date at Bristol’s O2 Academy on February 28.


English grime singer and MC Kano returns with his ‘most important body of work to date’, the 15-track album Made In The Manor, coupled with a series of live shows.

Jimmy Osmond.

The life and music of Andy Williams will be celebrated by experienced performer Jimmy Osmond at Weston’s Playhouse later this year.

Idle Hour performing on stage.

Big crowds of music fans turned out to enjoy the launch of Weston-super-Mare’s Hazy Days Festival on Saturday.

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis

London siblings Kitty, Daisy and Lewis Durham’s brand of genre-defying music has been a big hit with fans of every type of music, including ska, blues, pop, jazz, soul and plenty more.

Fairport Convention (Picture: Ben Nicholson).

Folk-rock group Fairport Convention is returning to Weston-super-Mare.

Mendip Players production of

Humpty Dumpty needs putting back together again in a new show from the Mendip Players.

Ben Haenow.

After winning X Factor, singer Ben Haenow released his debut album which was a hit with the show’s fans and now he is preparing to go on tour.

Hazy Days.

A launch party for Weston’s Hazy Days music festival will take place this weekend.

Raleigh Ritchie.

Acclaimed Bristolian singer-songwriter Raleigh Ritchie hits the road on the back of his debut album, You’re A Man Now, Boy, which is made up of brand new, unreleased tracks and fan favourites.

Bellowhead. Photo by Mark Holloway.

One of Britain’s most successful folk bands will be saying goodbye to the music industry with a show in Bristol later this year.

The Front Bottoms. Photo by Ian Laidlaw.

American indie rockers The Front Bottoms will play a show in Bristol as they delight fans across the country with songs from their latest album.

A Vision of Elvis. Photo by Paul David Drabble.

The life and music of legendary rock ‘n’ roll star Elvis Presley will be celebrated at Weston-super-Mare’s Playhouse next month.

The Playhouse

A Weston-super-Mare band has reunited for three performances in February and March.

The Maine.

A sweet evening of alternative rock will take place in Bristol when The Maine bring their American Candy tour to the city.

Picture by Danny North

English indie-rock band Kaiser Chiefs are the latest band to announce they will be performing among the trees as part of the Forest Live series.

Rudimental pic

Rudimental have announced they will be taking part in this year’s Forest Live event which means they will be performing at Westonbirt Arboretum.

Simple Plan

French-Canadian pop-punkers Simple Plan return to the UK for the first time in more than four years following the release of a brand new album.

Fictonian will be at The Crofters Rights in Bristol.

Elusive musician Fictonian will play a gig in Bristol next month.

Sleeping With Sirens will be at the O2 Academy. Photo by Lindsey Byrnes.

Critically-acclaimed rockers Sleeping With Sirens are returning to the UK to embark on a major tour which will visit Bristol next month.

Acoustic festival at the Colston Hall

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Son Of Dave.

An acoustic music festival will return to Bristol at the end of this month.

Wedmore musicians unite to form band

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Kindred Spirit.

A new band has been formed in Wedmore, covering hits by the likes of Eric Clapton, Blondie and The Jam.

Barry Steele as Roy Orbison.

One of the leading tribute acts to Roy Orbison will be visiting The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare.


Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Foxes will play an intimate show in Bristol this year.

Photo by Chris Giles.

Exciting young up-and-coming blues band Stark will play a gig in Weston as part of their regional tour.

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