Rock and roll legend Robert Plant to play Egremont gig
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant is to play a charity gig in Egremont this October.
He'll perform at the Charlie and Kathleen Dunnery Children's Fund (CKDCF) annual benefit concert, in the town's Market Hall on Saturday October 24.
Also playing are Francis Dunnery, the local musician who set up the charity in honour of his parents, and Big Big Train, Peter Jones, Dorie Jackson, John and Wayne, John Mitchell, Andrea and Bennedetta, John Gilmour Smith and John Bentley.
All proceeds go directly to the charity, which raises money for children's health, wellness and educational needs.
The tickets, which cost £25, have already sold out.
Rock and roll legend Plant launched a successful solo career following drummer John Bonham's death, and the band's break-up, in 1980.