A weekend of rock tributes at Peterborough’s Coyotes Bar with Let There B/DC and Guns 2 Roses

Peterborough’s pubs, clubs and bars have a busy weekend ahead - including two great tribute bands at Coyotes.

By Brad Barnes
Thursday, 24th March 2022, 5:57 am
Updated Friday, 25th March 2022, 12:24 pm
See The Gulls in a surprise gig at the Iron Horse Ranch House on Tuesday
See The Gulls in a surprise gig at the Iron Horse Ranch House on Tuesday


The Ostrich Inn, North Street, has Palmy Ukulele Band Rehearsal from 8pm;

Charters, Town Bridge, has General knowledge quiz from 8pm – FREE entry, teams of six and winning team gets £20 bar voucher;

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See Guns 2 Roses at Coyotes Bar on Saturday


Charters has Vinyl Night with DJ Derek Gibson from 8pm. Free entry;

The Ostrich Inn has Clarksdale Contract from 9.30pm;

The Crown, Lincoln Road, has Highway Star playing 70s Classic Rock covers. Free admission;

Brewery Tap, Westgate, has DJ Sav with Disco Funk Fever from 9pm – 1am. Free entry;

Coyotes Bar, Northminster Road, has Let There B/DC playing homage to the incredible music of AC/DC. Free entry;

The Turbines Tavern (old PSL club on Lincoln Road) has The Expletives at 8pm, Free entry;

The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road, has Radius 45;

Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping, has karaoke night (Inside) from 8pm - 11.30pm, free entry;

Liberation, New Road, has Freedom night with dance and R&B from 10pm to 4am;

Rhythm Room, New Road, has Reminisce from 9pm to 1am;


The Crown, Lincoln Road, has The Atomics playing late 70s Post Punk New Wave and Power Pop era covers. Free admission;

Coyotes Bar and Grill, Northminster, has Guns 2 Roses (pictured) - Guns N’ Roses tribute band. Tickets on sale;

The Ostrich Inn has Velocity from 9.30pm;

The Yard of Ale, Oundle Road, has All Killer No Filler;

Burghley Club, Burghley Road, has The Gangsters, playing an eclectic mix of original Ska/Rocksteady and classic 2Tone covers from 9pm-11pm , free entry;

Brewery Tap has The Sensational 70s and 80s with DJ Rick Allen from 9pm – 3am. Free entry;

Charters has The Expletives – a rambunctious tribute to the punk and new wave explosion of the 70s and 80s. From 10pm. Free entry;

Peterborough Conservative Club has musician and entertainer Trevor “Budgie” Walton from 8.30pm - 11.30pm playing music from the 60s, 70s, rock n roll, to modern day;

Iron Horse Ranch House has Miscellaneous (Inside) from 8.30pm - 11pm;

Liberation has Soundbox from 11pm through until 4am;

Rhythm Room has Saturday Night Social from 9pm;

Parkway Sports and Social Club, Maskew Avenue, has female vocalist Paula Burrows - £5 on the door;


The Ostrich Inn has Joe Drury from 4.30pm;

The Bluebell, Dogsthorpe, has The Legionnaires 77 at 2pm playing Ska, Punk, New Wave, Pop, Rock and Disco covers. Free admission;

Charters has Tom Wright, a singer/songwriter playing country, rock and roll and blues from 3pm. Free entry; Monthly Music Quiz – free entry from 6.30pm. Teams of six and winning team gets £20 bar voucher;

Coyotes Bar has karaoke;

TUESDAY: Iron Horse Ranch House has a surprise gig featuring The Gulls - a four piece rock & roll band that’ve spent the last two years touring through the pandemic, living out of their camper van and setting up outdoor concerts across the UK and Europe.

In April this year they will spark a convoy of vans, cars and motorbikes joining them on their Robin Hood Tour.

Liberation in New Road is Tuesgay- Peterborough’s biggest LGBTQUIA+ and student night;


Iron Horse Ranch House has Funhouse comedy night. Doors open 6pm, Show starts 8pm. Tickets £10.