Military-enthusiasts, music-lovers and the charity-minded alike are in for a treat next month, as two RAF bands are due to play at a charity concert in Cornwall.
The Central Band of the Royal Air Force and the Royal Air Force Squadronaires are set to play at the Hall for Cornwall in Truro.
The concert, which takes place on Saturday, February 25, is being held to support Help for Heroes and the Royal Air Force Benevolent fund.
With tickets starting at just £10 patrons can support two fantastic charities and hear two incredible live bands without breaking the bank.
The Central Band of the Royal Air Force, the premier band of the RAF, boast a proud and distinguished musical heritage.
They have earned a worldwide reputation for outstanding quality and in their convert role perform a wide variety of music.
The Royal Air Force Squadronaires are one of the UK's finest big bands, and also have a reputation for versatility and excellent across the a wide range of music.
Ticket prices are £10, £15, £17.50 and £19.50, and a small theatre fund payment is added to each ticket sold.
Anyone who wants to buy a ticket can do so by calling the Hall for Cornwall box office on 01872 262466, or online at www.hallforcornwall.co.uk