The weekend is almost here and there's plenty to enjoy here in Bradford.

The Telegraph & Argus (T&A) has a full section dedicated to local events listings - a space for gigstours, family events, courses and much more.

If you were looking for the ultimate guide to what's on in Bradford, here are just some of the main events taking place in the district this weekend.

For those looking to promote an event or buy tickets, simply visit the T&A's local events platform directly here.

Friday, March 4

Romeo's Daughter UK tour 2022

When: 8pm

Where: Nightrain, 7-19 Queensgate

What: Romeo's Daughter are a British contemporary and mainstream rock band - described as "one of Britain’s finest rock bands". Performance at Nightrain.

Francesca Anna Music

When: 6.30pm

Where: The Potting Shed Bar & Gardens, Bingley

What: Francesca Anna is a singer and acoustic guitarist based in West Yorkshire, with over 10 years of performance experience. She will be singing anything from motown to modern pop.

Saturday, March 5

Bradford Faith Trail

When: From 10am

Where: Starts at St Peter's Catholic Church

What: Visit five places of worship in Bradford and learn more about Muslim, Hindu, Sikh and Christian (Roman Catholic and Church of England) faith buildings, the faiths within and how they link into Bradford’s culture and heritage. Free. Booking for the Bradford Faith Trail is essential - email or call 01274 77 77 20.

Simulation Muse & the Runaway Killers Double Header

When: 8pm

Where: Nightrain, 7-19 Queensgate

What: Enjoy the sounds of Muse and The Killers at this rock gig. Tickets available via Ticketmaster and Ticketweb.

Meat Loaf Tribute

When: 8pm

Where:  Live Room Cleckheaton, Cleckheaton

What: Music tribute to Meat Loaf

Animal Paradise BrickLive trail

When: March 5, 2022-March 13, 2022

Where: Bradford city centre

What: Bradford city centre will be home to 15 animal brick models throughout March. See the spectacular models made out of over 500,000 bricks for free.

Sunday, March 6

Waiting for Wednesday: Femmes De Pouvoir

When: From 1pm.

Where: The Peacock Bar, North Parade, Bradford

What: As an International Women's Day event, listen to sets from Chelsea Jones, Beth Gibson, Rebecca Baron, Laura Ashleigh and Waiting For Wednesday.

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