The Prince's Rock Gala returns to the Royal Albert Hall this year on 23 November and is due to feature a headline set by Pete Townshend.
The legendary Who guitarist will lead an eclectic line-up that includes squeaky clean indie band The Feeling, as well as the likes of Tim Minchin, Cerys Matthews, Imelda May, Julian Lennon, Midge Ure and, err, Chris De Burgh.
In a characteristically lengthy statement, Townshend told press: "I'm delighted to be able to play at this year's concert, nearly 30 years after I helped George Martin organise the very first Rock Gala in 1982 with Kate Bush, Robert Plant, Phil Collins and othersâ¦ Those were exciting times.
"The next engagement for me was at a Prince's Trust concert in Hyde Park in 1996 when I presented the first full-length concert version of my rock-opera 'Quadrophenia'. This event led to The Who reforming after a long separation. Another exciting time for me.
"The Trust has helped so many young people I have met. It has done so in simple, direct and practical ways. The Trust's music events have always played a vital role in educating the public about what The Trust does for young people every day."
Tickets for the worthy event range from Â£30 standing to Â£175 for a box seat and are available at www.royalalberthall.com, or on 020 7589 8212.