If you have the time to listen to them whine, then Green Haze would love to have you along to their gig at MK11 tomorrow night.
This mob pay tribute to Green Day (obviously) and will be paying particular attention to their live release Bullet In A Bible, playing the opus in full.
Tickets are pretty punk rock in price too, at just a fiver.
On Saturday, live music will be coming from new MK players Forest of Fools, and if you will be checking the rock-folk hybrid, take a few quid extra along, and try your luck at the raffle.
Someone is going home with a pair of tickets to the Isle of Wight festival. Will it be you?
Sunday is a no-brainer – simply pop up to the Kiln Farm base, take a pint of something refreshing at the bar and let house band Jukebox keep you musically sated.
You request it, they’ll play it – from Sting to the Foo Fighters.
It won’t even cost you a penny to get through the front door.
>Punk and rock covers band The Sex P***ed Dolls will be live at The Craufurd Arms tomorrow night.
They say it’s a show like no other.
Except that with covers from Nirvana, The Clash and The Sex Pistols, surely it’s a show like many others?!
Tickets are £10, doors at 7.30pm.
> Get a taste of New Orleans Jazz without walking Bourbon Street – pop over to Stony Stratford... it’s a few thousand miles closer.
You’ll not be able to wander the High Street drinking Hand Grenades and Iced Daiquiris and there is bob hope of bumping into Doctor John, but you can still get a flavour of the region.
Tomorrow night, The Cock Hotel presents live music from MK players Ian Anderson, Tracy Walters and – fresh back from a brief excursion to Denmark for a date – Good Time Jazz.
Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets are £7, which apparently includes your own New Orleans bap!
City Nights Loves...
1 The Thurston Moore Band – Live at Bedford Esquires
2 Masters of Reality – Live at The Garage, Highbury
3 Josh Chandler Morris & Carly Slade – Who’s Gonna Hold Your Hand
4 Echobrain – self-titled
5 Therapy?– Disquiet