The night was organised by Asylum Promotions and raised more than £400 for Stamp Out Prejudice, Hatred and Intolerance Everywhere, which was set up in memory of 20-year-old Sophie Lancaster.
She died last August after a gang in Bacup attacked her and boyfriend Robert Maltby, 21, because of their goth image. S.O.P.H.I.E aims to raise money to fund a memorial and to pay for work which promotes tolerance and tackles violence in society.
Leeds punk band Guns On The Roof, Barnsley band G.U Medicine and Beasts performed at the gig.
Paul Wright, of Asylum Promotions, said: “I just want to say a huge thanks to everyone who came to down to support the charity and to all those who gave up their time to help out.
“It’s a charity close to a lot of people who have at some point been subjected to abuse and prejudice for simply being themselves.
“I am proud be do able to do my bit by organising events like this and am sure there will be more to come in the future.”