Nathan Carter is at The Stables on Thursday night (March 19), but the Irish music star is one of the hottest properties around at the moment, and tickets are all sold-out.
Born in 1990, he learned how to play the accordion while still a boy, and went on to become head chorister in the Liverpool boys choir. He sang for the Pope in Rome too. Now, six albums down, Nathan is very much the star turn - in the last year he has performed to more than 400,000 fans. And the Stables will make 400 more.
By all means try for returns, but be prepared for a knock back.
We've just found out that Jon Gomm's sold-out show also set for Thursday - in Stage 2 - has been cancelled. The box office will be in touch with ticket-holders soon.
Still, the wonderfully creative Duke Special returns with a solo acoustic date on Friday (March 20).
You can read his On Track with us here:http://www.totalmk.co.uk/on-track-duke-special-answers-total-mks-questions/
Nights on Broadway will give you Saturday Night Fever when they present a tribute to the Bee Gees (March 21), while on Stage 2, The Hut People will mix global rhythms with folk tunes from Quebec to Spain, and Scandinavia to Sussex.
You'll need to make it inside early if you want to catch Kelly Oliver in support, though.
Recently seen live in Stony Stratford as support for The Tannahill Weavers, Kelly is a folk star in the making and one who features on a recently released all-female CD, The F Spot Femmes Fatale, which was put out to coincide with International Women's Day earlier this month.
She went On Track with Total MK too – have a peek:http://www.totalmk.co.uk/on-track-kelly-oliver-takes-on-our-musical-questions/
Comedian Jo Caulfield steps up on Sunday (March 22) night, more about that here:http://www.totalmk.co.uk/jos-uniformed-opinions-bring-the-funnies-to-wavendon/
Radioland come hither on Monday night (March 23). Keyboard virtuoso Matthew Bourne, electronics ace Franck Vigroux and installation artist Antoine Schmitt will explore Kraftwork's seminal 1975 album, Radio-Activity.
This is the last date of the tour – and the first time this has ever been delivered as a live performance experience. Support will come from Tom Bugs.
Lotte Mullan - who has been dubbed the female Bob Dylan - will be live on Stage 2 on Tuesday (March 24) evening, with support from Jazz Morley.
Remember that great pop track Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime?
The Korgi's were responsible, but they never toured as a live act.
Thirty-five years on and original duo Andy Davis and James Warren (who are also members of Stackridge) have decided the time is now right to walk the stage. Help make their first time special - they play on Wednesday (March 25).
To book tickets call the box office on 01908 280800.