A benefit gig featuring some of Northern Ireland's finest musicians will take place this Sunday (28th) in Belfast.

It's in aid of Terri Hooley, the man who helped shape the Northern Irish music scene from the 1970s onwards via his record shop and label Good Vibrations.

Hooley is currently in hospital and "may be absent from the scene for some months", so the NI music community is rallying around to raise some cash for him.

'Good Vibes for Terri' will take place in The Limelight across two rooms. In Limelight One, Tim Wheeler (Ash), Duke Special, Nathan Connolly, Iain Archer, Bap Kennedy and Tony Wright will play, with more 'special guests' to be be announced.

Limelight Two will see a more punk-oriented line-up with The Outcasts, The Defects, The Sabrejets, The Groundlings and Steven VX.

Tickets are £10 from Katy Daly's, Ticketmaster or on the door.

Last year, a film based on Hooley's life was released. Watch the trailer for 'Good Vibrations' below.