The organisers of Chilfest, the popular retro music festival which returns this July, will be hosting a fundraising charity concert for Ukraine on Friday 8 April at the David Evans Court Theatre in Tring, Hertfordshire.
The club inspired line-up includes live music from Toploader, Rozalla & Baby D and a DJ set from dance music legend Brandon Block. Profits from the evening will go towards the Disaster Emergency Committee Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.
In addition to the exciting the line-up, the fundraiser will be hosted by radio DJ Mick Brown, alongside a stocked bar, raffle and food to enjoy.
Organiser Steve Butcher said: ‘We are thrilled with the line-up for this special one-off gig. We have been wanting to help those affected by the Ukraine conflict and having spoken with several charities concluded that what’s needed most is financial contributions. With that in mind, we decided to put on an event that will not only give people a great night out, enjoying live music again, it will also help those in need of urgent support.’
The event starts at 7.30 p.m. Tickets are £34.50 and available to purchase here.
Additional donations can be made via a JustGiving page here.