This month Hanwell will host 45 bands of various genres, from funk to heavy metal, for the annual Hanwell Hootie music festival.
The festival will be spread over 11 venues, including local pubs such as The Duke of York, Inn on the Green and the Fox Marquee.
The event, on Saturday March 28 from 4pm, with feature a variety of new and upcoming musicians.
If you've always fancied yourself as a musician, there will be an open mic event at Ryan's Bar, and the festival will even have a 'busking bus', where locals can bring their instruments down and have a go at performing.
The town of Hanwell is famed as the 'Home of Loud', as Marshall guitar amplifiers were created there. The festival has been running since Marshall amp creator Jim Marshall died in 2012, in order to continue his legacy.
Jon Ellery, managing director at Marshall, said: “Our philosophy with the festival is about celebrating our roots, bringing fantastic live music to small venues in Hanwell and putting the area back on the music map.”
A spokeswoman for the event said: “There are 45 bands playing and a busking bus, so there's always a great vibe on the streets.”
Further details about the event can be found on their website.