HUDDERSFIELD nightclub Rhythms In Indigo is hosting a charity party to raise cash for a terminally-ill man.
The event will be held tonight from 9pm to 3am.
It will feature three Huddersfield artists - dance hall artist Bongo Chilli, soul duo Reason and reggae artist Danman.
There will also be entertainment from DJs and Huddersfield's Sugabrown dance team.
All the money raised at the event will go to Andrew Simpson, 27, of Soothill, Batley, who is suffering from liver cancer.
Andrew became ill in May 2001 and his health deteriorated gradually.
But cancer was not diagnosed until August, when doctors discovered a tumour had taken over 60% of his liver.
They began an operation to remove the tumour- which carried only a 50% hope of success.
However, they stopped because the tumour was attached to a main artery and it was too dangerous to proceed.
They then gave Andrew the devastating news that he had five months to live.
His close friend Richard Mair, 33, of Deighton, has organised the event at Rhythms In Indigo, Northumberland Street, in the hope that the cash will pay for private alternative therapy for Andrew.
He said: "I've known him since he was born. We want to raise enough money to get him to London to see a consultant.
"Once he's there, they'll tell him what treatments they can offer. We hope to be able to pay for the treatment too."
Andrew is hoping to be treated at the Integrated General Practice in Holistic Medicine in London.
Doctors at the practice have used herbal remedies to try and shrink tumours in the past.
Andrew is hoping to travel to London after Christmas.
He said: "I want to go as soon as possible. Whatever money is raised will really help. For me it is so overwhelming that people care and are raising money to help me."
Andrew has spent most of his life in Deighton, before moving to Batley this year to be with his wife Samantha.
The pair have been together for nine years but only married on November 13. They have two children, aged eight and two.
Samantha said: "There's nothing the NHS can do. We are not putting our hopes up for a cure, we are just hoping this might give him a better quality of life or prolong his life."