Top Huddersfield acts are to come together to raise money for charity.
Shambolic, Dan Gallo, Robert Sharp, Taj Abbott and Rib Corps will all perform at the Parish from 7.30pm on August 5 in aid of Huddersfield Destitute Asylum Seekers.
Music lover Sarah Wilson is behind the gig, which she hopes will raise as much money as possible for the small, struggling good cause.
Indie-new wave act Shambolic will play a full, plugged in set, as will guitarist Don Gallo with his drum machine.
The others will play acoustic sets.
Sarah, 32, has put on charity gigs before and was moved to help DASH after reading an Examiner article about their desperate need for funds.
Sarah, said: “Their story really moved me.
“DASH work really hard to help people who’ve fled from terror find a place of safety and build a new life, free of that.
“Sadly, following the recent global terrorist attacks, it can be hard not to let all the fear mongering get inside some people’s heads – refugees and asylum seekers seem to sadly bear the brunt of this.
“This is despite the fact that these people may be fleeing violence from the very same groups that are now claiming responsibility for the attacks.
“The vast, vast majority of asylum seekers are people just like us looking to live a safe and peaceful life and I just want to help them.”
Lucy Lucy, founder of DASH, has had to pull some activities offered by the charity after their funds almost dried up.
She set it up in 2011 and now she, a small team of volunteers and refugee development worker Abiey Legesse support more than 50 people every week.
They help them find accommodation and provide them with other support such as legal advice, English classes and social activities.
They do not receive any government or local authority funding, which has left them dependent on hard to find grants and donations by kind private donors.
The suggested ticket price, paid on the door, is £3, with all proceeds going to the charity.
For more information, go to Facebook and search for DASH Fundraising Gig.