Faldingworth Memorial Hall will be alive with music on Friday, April 15.
The featured artist will be Pete Coe, who sings and plays classic ballads, rural yarns, historical broadsides and travellers tales, with songs of love, loss and industrial protest.
His songs of the tragic, comic and curious have been garnered from a lifetime on the road.
He is an impressive songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist, playing bouzouki, melodeon, banjo and hammer dulcimer.
He performs with great skill and good humour, encouraging audience participation.
Support comes from Loretta Rivett, who reads amusing tales and poems in Lincolnshire dialect.
Tickets are priced £9 and can be reserved from Andy Watkins on 01522 535770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.