Mark Doyle and Stonebridge headline the event, which is raising money for children's charities
Remember earlier this year when we told you about Fierce Angel's Easter charity bash? Well, they're doing it all again this August Bank Holiday, with an all-dayer to raise funds for Truants, an umbrella for leading childrens' charities Nordoff Robbins, The Teenage Cancer Trust and the NSPCC/Childline.
The setting is the swanky Karma Sanctum Soho hotel in London, and the party runs from 2pm-3am. During the day, Balearic beats will be served on the roof terrace, but when the sun goes down the action moves to the main room where it's club classics all the way, supplied by Stonebridge, Mark Doyle, Andy Norman, Matt Collins, Paul Wilkins, Francis Radick Ronan and Adam Hornblow. There will also be a live PA from Katherine Ellis.
All profits will go to Truants, with more money being raised via an auction in which you can bid on lots such as a meal for four in a posh restaurant, a case of bubbly and the chance to have Fierce Angel throw a garden party at your house, complete with marquee, soundsystem and Fierce Angel main man Mark Doyle on the 1s and 2s.
Fancy that? Then tickets are available now, starting at £10 (early bird, evening only) and going all the way up to £380 for an all-day ticket that includes a VIP suite at the hotel. For full details, see Fierce Angel's own website.