Woolacombe Village Hall gig on Thursday, December 12 will feature a host of local performers to help raise money for Shelterbox.
A small army of local musicians are giving their time for free on Thursday (December 12) to help raise money for Shelterbox to help victims of the Philippines typhoon.
A packed gig at Woolacombe Village Hall will see a host of local names taking park, including Small Town Jones, Jenna, Anchors Aweigh, The Rum Strummers, Scott Xander Linn, The New Land Kings, A Boy Called Man and more.
It has been organised by the Rotary Club of Braunton Caen and doors open at 7.30pm.
Entyr to the concert is free and people are invited to bring their own snacks and refreshments.
Donations for Shelterbox are very welcome, to help towards providing shelter, equipment and essentials such as drinking water for people still struggling to survive in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan left thousands dead and many homeless.