The weekend is almost here and there's plenty of things to do in and around 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 11

Glenn Tilbrook

When: 7.30pm

Where: Picture Drome, Market Street, Holmfirth, HD9 7DA

What: Enjoy music from Glenn Tilbrook, widely known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band Squeeze, on Friday night. Tickets cost £20 and you can buy them via the events page here.

Saturday, March 12

Bradford Vintage Kilo Sale

When: 11am

Where: Bradford Cathedral, 1 Stott Hill, Bradford, BD1 4EH

What: The UKs Biggest Vintage Kilo Sale is coming to Bradford Cathedral. Grab a biodegradable bag on your way in and pick and mix your vintage clothing, all for £20 a kilo. You can book your ticket via the Worth the Weight website.

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.

Steve 'N' Seagulls

When: 7.30pm

Where: The Underground, 9 Duke Street, Bradford

What: Steve 'n' Seagulls is a Finnish country band, playing bluegrass versions of well-known hard rock and metal songs.

Sunday, March 13

Celebrating Motown

When: 12.15pm for meal and show. Show from 1.45pm.

Where: Midland Hotel, Bradford, BD1 4HU

What: Three course Sunday lunch and live entertainment from the amazing Richie Penrose, followed by music from resident DJ Tony Sykes for £24.95 per person. £10 for the show only. To book tickets,contact the events office on 01274 735735 or via

Iona Lane at TLR, Saltaire + Chris Brain

When: 7pm

Where: The Live Room at Saltaire, Caroline Street, Shipley

What: Folk music from Iona Lane with Chris Brain. More information here.

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