MUSICIANS will be turning back the clock tomorrow in Bognor Regis.
A line-up of original artistes from the sixties will be taking to the stage for the latest 60s Revival night.
A total of 35 musicians will be taking part for free in the ever-popular annual concert from 7pm-midnight at the Riverside Caravan Centre in Shripney Road.
Previous events have attracted hundreds of music lovers keen to enjoy the popular sounds of the decade.
This year’s good cause which they are helping is two-year-old Charlie Fielding. The Angmering boy has a rare genetic condition.
His arteriovenous malformation caused him to become paralysed from the waist down.
The rare condition has prompted a team of international experts to work with doctors at London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital to help him.
Family and friends have been raising funds for Charlie to have physiotherapy sessions at a centre in Gatwick which provides neurological activity-based rehabilitation for people who are living with various levels of paralysis.
Original artists from The Detours and Friends will feature at the concert alongside Johnny Devlin, The Diamonds with Pete Manville, The Fenmen with Roy Haines and The Southbeats among others.
Tickets are priced £12.50 each from the Riverside on 01243 865823.