Shrewsbury Town are staging a charity Soul & Motown Night at the Greenhous Meadow next month with tickets now available.
The evening on Friday, October 26 will feature live music from Men in Black plus a Northern Soul Disco.
A quality hot buffet will be available while there will also be a raffle with a host of exciting prizes.
Andrew Bunton, Shrewsbury Town's hospitality manager, said it promised to be an exciting night and he urged people to get their tickets quickly with demand expected to be high.
He added: "The idea for this night came from a chat I had with Ron Brown, one of our Sovereign Club members, and we thought it would be a good idea to make it a charity event and give proceeds to a couple of worthy causes.
"Ron is a member of Men in Black and we're looking forward to seeing them play.
"All the money will be split between Shropshire Air Ambulance, a charity close to people's hearts, and also the Shrewsbury Breathing Club which Dr Bob Wilson, one of our club doctors, is affiliated to.
"It will be a good night and the fact we can help a couple of charities is even better.
"The club have donated some very nice prizes for the raffle and so have Tanners Wine Merchants which is good of them."
Tickets are now on sale priced £18 each with £8 from every ticket guaranteed to go to charity.
Reserved tables of 12 are also available at a cost of £200.
Tickets are not available on the night and must be bought in advance, either from the Greenhous Meadow ticket office during normal office hours, or by phoning (01743) 289177 option 2.