Corn Market Blues marks its first gig in Kettering on Saturday, May 3, with a headline show by King King.
Run by promoters Dave Morse and Richard Boyles, the pair plan on bringing the best blues and rock acts from across the world, while also promoting new talent.
The pair have more than 40 years of performing and promoting experience.
Blues rock band King King is fronted by Glasgow luminary, Alan Nimmo.
They won the Best Band Award at the 2013 British Blues Awards for the second year running and released their latest album, Standing In The Shadows, last year.
Morse said: “It’s important we book the right bands and King King are one of the best live bands on the circuit.”
Support is by Devlin Blue.
The 200-capacity Corn Market Hall is in London Road, Kettering.
Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets costs £12 in advance.
Parking is free after 6pm and all day on Sunday.
Visit www.cornmarketblues.co.uk for more details and tickets.