Fatboy Slim will tonight become the first DJ ever to perform at the House of Commons.
The UK's biggest night in music will be celebrated this evening as the Brit Awards come to London's O2 Arena.
Our pick of the shows, films and music that you can check out in the capital this weekend.
Best Contemporary Song: ‘Pelican’ by The Maccabees
PRS For Music Most Performed Work: ‘Next to Me’ by Emeli Sandé
Best Television Soundtrack: Lucian Freud: Painted Life by John Harle
Ivors Inspiration Award: Marc Almond
Album Award: alt-J for ‘An Awesome Wave’
Ivors Classical Music Award: Errollyn Wallen MBE
PRS for Music Award for Outstanding Achievement: Moody Blues founder Justin Hayward
Best Original Film Score: Anna Karenina, composed by Dario Marianelli
Best Song Musically and Lyrically: ‘Next to Me’ by Emeli Sandé
International Achievement: Gavin Rossdale, lead singer with Bush
Songwriter of the Year: Calvin Harris
Outstanding Song Collection: Noel Gallagher
PRS for Music Special International Award: Randy Newman
For decades, people have been predicting the death of high street record stores. But today, in Soho, hundreds turned out to celebrate them. Some even queued through the night to get their hands on some of the rarest records around, as Toby Sadler reports.
Music-lovers have been queueing round the block to be in with a chance of getting their hands on limited-edition versions of their favourite records in Soho's Berwick Street.
It's the first time that the road's famous music stores have joined forces to mark Record Store Day.
Music lovers are heading to Berwick Street in Soho today, as the independent vinyl and record stores join forces to celebrate Record Store Day.
Berwick Street, which is home to central London's largest concentration of thriving independent record shops, has been a destination for vinyl record collectors since the 1980s when it became known as 'The Golden Mile of Vinyl'.
Fans joining today's celebrations will have the chance to get their hands on exclusive vinyl, while enjoying live music, bands and DJs from midday until 7pm this evening. You can find out more about the event by watching ITV London at 5.30pm.
Independent and vinyl record stores on Berwick Street in Soho will celebrate Record Store Day today. Berwick Street has been a destination for vinyl record collectors since the 1980s when it became known as The Golden Mile of Vinyl.
Jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball became a well-known face on TV with his band featuring regularly on light entertainment shows.
They made numerous appearances on the Morecambe And Wise Show and went on to become the resident band on the popular BBC1 series Saturday Night At The Mill, which was broadcast from Birmingham's Pebble Mill studios.
He achieved his biggest hit with Midnight In Moscow - effectively his signature tune - but other top 10 hits in the early 1960s were March Of The Siamese Children, The Green Leaves Of Summer and Sukiyaki.
Jazz trumpeter Kenny Ball died in hospital this morning where he was being treated for pneumonia, his manager said.
Les Squires said the musician, who was in his early 80s, died in Basildon Hospital in Essex at 7.30am.
He said: "He had been in and out of hospital recently but sadly this time he did not come out, but he was playing to the end."
Mr Squires said Ball was survived by his partner and his son, Keith, who had joined his father on stage playing with his group The Jazzmen.
He said the musician had continued to perform, having left hospital to play a gig in Germany at the end of January, before being re-admitted.
Ball, who lived in Essex, found fame in the early 1960s with a string of trad jazz hits including Midnight In Moscow which got to number two in the charts on 1961.
The track, which was also a hit in the United States, sold more than one million copies around the world.