These are some of our favourite gigs coming up over the next few weeks.

Gazette Series:

Friday, February 28

The Wurzels

Bingham Hall, Cirencester, from 7.30pm.

These popular anti-heroes headline The Cotswolds Winter Cider Festival.

This bunch of haystack-headed, cider-soaked and dung-booted, not-quite-so-young lads play good-time traditional Zummerzet Scrumpy ‘n’ Western music.

The cash-only bar will be selling a variety of ciders at the event.

Gazette Series:

Friday, March 6

Songwriters Circle

Prema Arts Centre, Uley, from 7.30pm.

Three prominent UK singer-songwriters as they take to the stage to share their compositions.

Compare styles and techniques, with plenty of interaction between the performers.

Featuring Greg Hancock, Alex Seel & Madeleine Harwood

Tickets: £12.

Gazette Series:

Friday, March 20

Martin Kemp

Bingham Hall, Cirencester, from 7.30pm.

The Ultimate Back to the 80s DJ Set, back by public demand.

Dig out those 80s clothes, grab your dancing shoes, and prepare to enjoy a night of pure ‘Gold’.

Fancy dress is encouraged!

Tickets: £17.


Gazette Series:

Saturday, March 28


Stroud Valley Arts Goods Shed, Stroud

Folk/ world music performers and international psych explorers.

They are inspired largely by the disco, funk and psychedelic sounds coming out of the Middle East and South Asia in the 70s.

The band includes Kamal Rasool, Sam Rowe, Charles Prest, Karthik Poduval and Craig Doporto.

Tickets: £18

Gazette Series:

Saturday, June 6

Fab 208

Star Inn, Wotton under Edge, from 8.30pm.

The West’s longest running 70s Glam Rock tribute band.

Which, to date appeared with, among others: Les McKeown’s 70s Bay City Rollers, Slade and The Glitter Band as well as shows at Bristol’s Academy, The Fleece, Colston Hall, Ashton Court Festival and the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool.


Gazette Series:

Friday, June 12

James Morrison & Will Young

Westonbirt Arboretum, Tetbury, from 7.30-10.30pm.

Don’t miss the chance to see two BRIT award-winning artists at their co-headline shows in the summer.

The special concerts will see both artists perform individual sets, that include greatest hits and material from their latest albums

Tickets: £55.45, children aged 5 and under can attend free of charge.