Drop in for a drink and/or lunch and listen to traditional music played by local musicians.
Music is planned from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Players welcome.
Click on pub names to see their web sites.
Victory Field: Music – Buskers at the “food court”/bar area of the market. Locally brewed beers and ciders, and a gin bar.
The Bear: Music – English traditional. Pub is an ale, fantastic pie and cider house.
The Bunch of Grapes: Music – Classical guitarist – real style. Bar inspired by the village bar bistros of South West France, aims to be the perfect neighbourhood bar.
The Canal Tavern: Music – French and join in dancing. Pub sells real ales and excellent food.
The Cross Guns, Avoncliff – Irish/Scottish music Newly refurbished, 16th-century pub for homely meals and a lawned riverside garden with views of the nearby aqueduct.
The Dandy Lion: Music – Appalachian. Pub serves real ales, ciders, lagers, wines and spirits and prides itself on producing homemade, locally sourced food served with a genuine and natural service style. Chill out upstairs in real settees.
The Lock Inn: Music -Sea Shanty and Chorus Song session led by the Towpath Chorus. Pub has a canal side location you can even eat in a narrowboat. Gert big menu, great food, even better reputation – The Boater’s Breakfast is a must.
Timbrell’s Yard: A proper pub with a fully stocked bar and a big range of beer, wine and cider. This is a dance venue so there’s no formal music inside although dance musicians may just start playing inside.
The Three Horseshoes: A popular traditional pub with a great range of beer, wine and cider. This is a dance venue so there’s no formal music inside although dance musicians may just start playing inside.