THREE bands will be raising money for a worldwide worthwhile cause at a special gig held in Hitchin this weekend.
Club 85 are hosting a night of live music for Amnesty International on Saturday.
Taking place on the 50th anniversary of the noble charity the gig hopes to raise awareness on political prisoners around the world.
Spoof rock band Strontium Dog are opening and should be perfect for fans of Spinal Tap.
The Pistols, a Sex Pistols tribute act, are headlining and should get the crowd pogoing. Support is offered by Bad Head.
Tickets are �5 online or �6 on the night.
All proceeds go to Amnesty International and for more information about the charity contact, email@example.com.
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