THE festive programme at the town's Reindeer Lounge looks set to continue over the next couple of days with both food and live music.

With the pop-up venue heated and home to a licensed bar, it has been a big hit with the town's residents since hosting the ice rink at the end of November.

On Friday, December 10, Little Fix - described as the most accurate Little Mix tribute band on the market - will take to the stage.

Having won multiple awards, the band are likely to prove to be a popular draw for those seeking an alternative Christmas night out.

Doors open at 6pm and the first set is at 7pm.

Tickets are £5 general admission, £17 for a group of four, or £32 for a table of six. All available online HERE.

On Saturday, the Artisan market foodie favourites will be selling their usual delicious produce and there will be live music throughout the day (11am-4pm).

As the darkness descends, Chris Mundie, Mr Salty Dog himself, will be donning Christmas clobber as he takes to the stage to play drums - and all for a good cause.

Chris said: "On Saturday, after the Artisan and Foodie event is this Christmas Cracker, I'll be dressed as a Reindeer and playing drums for The Mike Ollier Christmas Band.

"We are doing it for Age UK, which is a charity Mike has championed for a long time.

"It's free in but there will be buckets if you'd like to help us.

"We figured you'd want a proper band too, so the awesome Goosebumps agreed to join us and headline the thing.

"If you've not seen them you are missing out, officially Northwich's fun-est band."

"We are on at 7pm, GB after that and all wrapped up by 9pm so you can head into town or get an early night, totally family friendly too, get involved."

If that wasn't enough, on Sunday, there is more charitable good times to be had, when Radio Northwich host a Mod-spectacular, featuring live music and DJ sets - all raising money for cancer charity Simply the Breast.

Tickets for this event are £6 and available HERE.