THE FISHBOURNE Centre is set to host a fundraising concert on Saturday (November 9).
The Voyd are performing in aid of Tj Colwell, the seven-year-old boy who featured on the front page of the Observer in August.
He was diagnosed with the incredibly rare Niemann-Pick disease in April, a genetic disease so rare there are less than 100 recorded cases in the UK.
It is life-shortening and there is no cure.
The performance will be held from 7.30pm and is scheduled to finish at 11pm on Saturday, November 9.
The entry fee is £5 and includes a wristband.
The Voyd will be preceded on stage by support band Deserved Noise.
Sausages and chips will also be on sale at the gig for £3.
Money raised from the performance will go towards the Niemann-Pick Foundation to research the disease and also to Tj’s family to help him enjoy a number of activities.
To find out more, visit www.hope4tj.com
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