Manchester music legend Peter Hook is to play an intimate gig at an iconic Manchester pub in aid of mental health charity Headstock.
The Joy Division founding member will play a set of the band's classic songs at the Star & Garter pub - which is now famously home to a stunning mural of Ian Curtis.
Just 200 fans will be able to go to the gig - and tickets will be allocated via a charity ballot. You can donate as many times as you like to have more chances to win tickets in the ballot, which is now live.
The intimate event will include a Q&A with Hooky, before a live set from the musician and his band The Light. The gig will take place in memory of Joy Division's frontman Ian Curtis, who lost his life to suicide in May 1980. READ MORE: Dionne Warwick to perform at The Lowry on new UK tour READ MORE: The Killers to perform three huge nights at Manchester's Co-Op Live to celebrate anniversary of debut album Hot Fuss Music and Mental Wellbeing Festival, Headstock announced the gig on Monday.