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80s Lockdown Fest raises £105,000 for charity

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80s Lockdown Fest

Saturday’s 80s Lockdown Fest helped raise over £100,000 for Child Bereavement UK.

Jason Donovan, Toyah, and Tony Hadley led the line-up for the virtual event, which was held in place of the annual Let’s Rock events, which have been called off due to the coronavirus lockdown.

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Five Star, Sonia, Wet Wet Wet, Midge Ure, and Howard Jones were also among the performers, who went live on YouTube at 7 pm to entertain fans and raise money for the non-profit.

After all of the performances, it was announced that the event had raised an impressive £105,000, which will benefit Child Bereavement UK.

The organisation helps children, parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies.

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Catch up on the 80s Lockdown Fest below.

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