There's some superb music to be heard and bargains to be found this weekend. Here's our round-up of what's on.

*BY Jovi! Fans of rock legends Bon Jovi have a treat to look forward to this weekend.

The Bon Jovi Experience will play Weymouth Pavilion on Friday, May 10 at 7.30pm. This is the world's only tribute to have been requested by and to have performed live on stage with Jon Bon Jovi himself. Call the box office for tickets.

*FOUR time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners Megson play Dorchester Corn Exchange tonight at 8pm.

Comprised of husband and wife Stu and Debbie Hanna, the duo have released four albums and one EP. Their live performances feature Stu playing guitar, mandolin and banjo and Hannah on accordion as backing to their vocal harmonies.

Bringing an infectious mix of heavenly vocals, lush harmonies and driving rhythmic guitars, Megson have gained fame on the British folk scene, not only for their songwriting, but also their exquisite musicianship and northern humour. Contact Dorchester Arts for tickets.

*KORA player Modou Ndiaye will perform at Buckland Newton Village Hall tonight from 7.30pm.

With a superb repertoire of rhythms, Modou fuses together modern and traditional beats, playing a variety of West African instruments ranging from djembe, sabar, calabash and talking drum to his leading instrument, the mesmerizing 22 stringed Kora (West African harp). Go to for tickets.

*ALSO at Weymouth Pavilion, see a tribute to Barry Manilow tomorrow night (11) at 7.30pm.

He Writes the Songs will see Canadian Bryant Olender perform as the superstar.

Expect to hear hits like Mandy, Could It Me Magic, Even Now, Copacabana, I Can’t Smile Without You, Weekend in New England and Bermuda Triangle. Call the box office for tickets.

*HEAR music performed as part of a Tudor Festival - which will be a celebration of French and English voices. Courtlye Musick will be turning back the clock and performing in costume at St Martin's Church, Broadmayne, tomorrow from 7pm and also as part of an evensong concert at at St Martin's Church, Broadmayne on Sunday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

*THE annual Monmouth Road area Jumble Trail takes place in Dorchester once again on Sunday. (12)

More than 100 households are expected to participate with the trail, which will be held from 10am to 2pm.

On sale will be everything from books to clothes, plants to toys, cakes to household items.

This year there will be a vinyl records stall, handmade jewellery, homemade dog treats pick 'n' mix and a vegan café. Be sure to visit charity stalls - the Children’s Society at the top of Monmouth, Mosaic on South Court and teas and coffees for PSP Association on Manor Rd.

People are asked to park away from the busy roads and walk and use the market car park or the wider quieter streets please. Please note there is no longer a shop with ATM on Monmouth Rd. The nearest cash point is I Need in Brewery Square.

More information can be found on the Jumble Trail's Facebook event page or call 0798 8983367.

*AFTER performing more than 100 shows around the UK, Jason Donovan is on the final leg of his Amazing Midlife Crisis tour, which calls into Bridport Electric Palace tonight.

Celebrating his 50th birthday and with a wealth of tantalising tales under his belt, this autobiographical show will zigzag back and forth through his life, with stories about Neighbours, Ten Good Reasons, Kylie, Joseph, I'm A Celebrity, Strictly and much, much more.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Call the box office for tickets.

*PETROL heads may wish to visit Lulworth Castle on Sunday for Lulworth Castle Motor Show.

The Castle Showground will be open to the public for free from 11am until 4pm. The show is being held in honour of the Dorset Blind Association. View the fantastic motors that will be on display at the castle showground, potter around the stalls selling local produce and goods, food and refreshments will be available and enjoy entertainment by a local choirs and musicians.