Some of the coast's top entertainers will join forces next month to raise money for the fundraising initiative Less Oxygen More Lives, and also for sufferers of motor neuron disease.
Organised by Steve Hughes (One Wish Steve) and his wife Sandie, the star-studded charity night will be held at the Millennium Cocktail Bar in Calahonda on Friday 3 April. The event will include performances by Steve Owen, Rob Sas, Stone Fr3e and special guest Fréderick Henry, one of the world's top Michael Jackson tribute acts. Fréderick, a close friend of the former King of Pop, is one of three worldwide imitators officially accepted by the Jackson family. He has spent many years performing his Michael Jackson tribute in Las Vegas and has presented his Moonwalker show to audiences all over Europe.
The acts are sponsored by K and M Services, while numerous local businesses have donated prizes for the charity auction and raffle.
This will be the seventh consecutive year that Steve has organised the fundraising bash, and he has so far donated more 15,000 euros to local charities.
Tickets for the show, which will begin at 7.30pm, cost 10 euros and are available from the Milennium Cocktail Bar or email: firstname.lastname@example.org