Former Pink Floyd frontman Syd Barrett is being a remembered at a special concert at the Cambridge Corn Exchange, where he played his last gig.
The concert has been arranged as a celebration of his life.
Music is being performed by the Swedish band Men on the Border, who are one of the few bands regularly playing Barrett's solo songs.
Barrett was one of the founding members of Pink Floyd in 1965 and wrote many of their early tracks.
He left the band in 1968 because of his erratic behaviour. He's said to have suffered from mental health issues whilst also indulging in psychedelic drugs like LSD.
His attempts at a solo career were not a success and he stopped playing in the early 1970s.
Barrett spent the last years of his life in Cambridge, where he was occasionally seen cycling around. He died in relative obscurity in the city, aged 60, in 2006.
A bicycle wheel was the inspiration for a new artwork dedicated to Barrett at the Corn Exchange.
He may have spent his final years out of the spotlight - but in Cambridge Syd Barrett is not forgotten.