THE 100TH Groovy Happening on Saturday August 3 will feature some of the popular Haworth music night’s favourite musicians.

Headlining is The OffShoot, a new band made up of four members from Radio City which have performed at Groovy many times.

Spokesman Ann Wiles said: “They have all been playing in bands for many years offering a wealth of experience, and playing music from the 60s to present day music, rock, pop and funky!

“The Sunday Club are four talented and experienced musicians who have come together to form a powerful and dynamic band, playing the best from classic rock and blues back catalogues.

“Fronting the band is vocalist Eddie McLaughlin with Paul Wilkinson on guitar. The rhythm section is Andy Milne on bass and Tony Riley on drums.

“The Sunday Club repertoire includes music by Led Zeppelin, Free, Alice Cooper, ZZ Top, Hendrix, Deep Purple and many more in the classic rock and blues tradition.

“We are so pleased to have Felka back at Groovy Happening, and on Saturday they will be joined by Kurt Wood and Joe Dinsdale.

“Felka is Rose and Tanisha, a female acoustic duo with a brassy performance of confident harmonies and brazen lyrics. They have been making waves around Yorkshire with a mix of folk, soul and pop.”

During the evening organisers will present a cheque to Manorlands for £3,450 representing this year’s takings, taking the total over 100 events to £33,650.

Doors open at 7.30pm at the Parkside Social Club in Butt Lane, and the night also features Phil’s Disco and a raffle. Admission £3.