A choir will perform their summer concert next month.

A live radio show will be broadcast from the Grand Pier this bank holiday weekend.

Irish four-piece, Kodaline, will perform songs from their new album at Bristol's O2 Academy later this year.

A 1940s evening will be celebrated at Bristol's Redgrave Theatre next month.

The works of one of the best-selling music artists of all time will be recreated in Weston, and Mercury readers could win tickets to the show.

The first time I saw Dave Hause was at Portsmouth's Wedgewood Rooms in 2011, he was the opening act of The Revival Tour alongside Chuck Reagan, Dan Andriano and Brian Fallon, a tour he told a packed Thekla on Wednesday changed his life.

Wheatus frontman Brendan B. Brown quipped he was working on his tight five, while bantering with the crowd during their wonderfully anarchic gig aboard the good ship Thekla on Monday night, but I have to disagree, I think the Long Island-based band have already nailed it, and then some.

I must be getting old, I made sure I had earplugs before going to see The Picturebooks at the Exchange on May 9.

The Lipinski Band will play some of the greatest music from the 1960s during a headline set at The Gardens Festival next month.

The biggest one-day music festival in Bristol will be returning to the city later this summer.

An award-winning folk duo will bring their UK tour to Bristol next month.

Canadian singer-songwriter Micah Erenburg plays the Bristol's Kingsdown Vaults on Wednesday.

Elbow and Bloc Party are performing during a five-day music festival in Bristol next month.

New wave hip hop three piece The Scribes will be at Weston's Brit Bar on Thursday

he 'world's greatest big band' The Glenn Miller Orchestra swings into to Weston next week, and readers could win tickets to see the show.

A terrific performer will be entertaining an audience at the Weston Playhouse next week.

An evening of burlesque and cabaret await theatre-goers at the Blakehay this month.

Scores of people turned out to the watch From The Jam's energetic performance on Thursday, which proved to be quite the show.

Experience the magical music of one of the most iconic bands in history for free.

Post-punk pioneers The Undertones will be providing some teenage kicks when they head to Bristol on Saturday.

Cate Cody and her Jazz Cats will perform at Churchill Court Lodge this summer.

Punk-rock, indie and alternative music fans were treated to a plethora of songs by artists under Bounce Back Beat Record's new label on Tuesday night.

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