A ROCK and roll night will be held in Huddersfield after a previous one in the Colne Valley was a sell-out success.
The golden days of rock 'n' roll concerts at Marsden Mechanics Hall made a comeback with a 1950s and 1960s night held there in mid September to recreate its Palais dance hall events.
It was so successful another one has now been organised - but this will take place in Huddersfield town centre due to the huge demand for tickets last time.
The event at St Patrick's Centre on Saturday January 20, from 8pm to midnight, will be called Palais Night 2.
The same four Huddersfield rock and roll bands will perform again.
They are Alec And The Alley Cats, J B Goode, Boogie Up A Storm and The Phantoms.
Organiser Dave Brian, of Cowlersley, said: "The demand for tickets for the last event was such that we sold out in three days and the requests for tickets continued for weeks afterwards.
"Consequently many people were disappointed and pleaded with me to organise another event.
"Due to its popularity, I have chosen to hold it at St Patrick's as this is a larger venue with more capacity."
He said: "At the Marsden Palais Night the atmosphere was tremendous and the dancefloor was packed with couples bopping as they did in the 50s and 60s."
People travelled from as far away as Cardiff and London for the night.
A Yamaha bass donated by TAT blues band bassist Andy Garner will be raffled on the night to sponsor Stephanie Carter, who plays in J B Goode with her father, Steven.
Stephanie will be leading a team of husky dogs across Alaska in February to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society, a care and research charity which helps people with dementia, their families and carers.
Tickets cost £8 and are available from St Patrick's Centre or The Station Tavern in St George's Square.
Any left over will be sold on the door on the night for £10, but people are urged to buy them early to be sure.
DVDs from the last event will be on sale for £3 for the charity fund.