The Bank Holiday Weekend was made for having a good time so if you love live music, Saturday is the time to head down The Horn.
A whole host of bands, some local, some from further afield, will be performing at one-day music event Hornfest.
Buy your ticket in advance and you can rock the afternoon and evening away for the price of a frothy caramel frappacinolatte.
The Horn, Victoria Street, St Albans, Saturday, August 23, doors at 2pm, first performances at 2.20pm, last at 11pm. Details: 01727 853143, thehorn.co.uk
Up-and-coming acoustic duo Franklin say they’re a cross between Ed Sheeran, Foals and Saint Raymond.
Grunge-influenced Dyslexic have been described as a combination of The Pixies and The Melvins so expect huge guitar tones, catchy melodies and crazy antics.
They’re work colleagues by day and alternative punk/rock band Weird Uncle Paolo by night, drawing inspiration from Lagwagon, NOFX and Against Me.
Five-piece Thrones was forged in Hemel Hempstead and throw plenty of energy into their live shows with material to match. Plus they’re always happy to have a beer with you afterwards.
Doghouse Roses are a three-piece band from Bedford who tinge their rock with a dash of punk, a spoonful of country and a sprinkling of pop.