One of the summer's most popular one-day music events is set to get people bopping in their living rooms this weekend.

Organisers of Let's Rock will host the ’80s Lockdown Fest on all its Facebook pages and YouTube Channel HERE on Saturday (16 May) from 7pm.

Although free-to-view, organisers are hoping viewers will dig deep into their pockets and donate to the festival's chosen charity, Child Bereavement UK.

Promising 'a whole evening of lockdown fun', Lockdown Fest will feature exclusive performances and a 'few surprises'.

Artists confirmed to appear include Tony Hadley, Wet Wet Wet, Midge Ure, Toyah, Jason Donovan, Hue & Cry, Brother Beyond, Modern Romance, Pat Sharp, Dave Benson Phillips, Sonia, Black Lace and more...

In a statement released earlier today, organisers said: "We would really like to thank both our audience and the artists for their amazing support and loyalty, and we really can’t wait to come back bigger and better next year. However, we couldn’t just leave it until then!

“We all need a little pick-me-up so we thought why can’t we do a festival ‘off the field’ (taking into consideration self-distancing of course)? Okay, we’re not all together in a field with a drink in hand enjoying the atmosphere, but we can all live through it together on our screens, and hopefully we can also raise some much-needed funds for the incredible charity Child Bereavement UK.”