03:59PM, Friday 24 June 2016
A special behind-the-scenes live interview will give the audience an insight into one of the biggest music events of all time.
Vinyl Frontier host Jeff Lloyd will be interviewing Pete Smith on Saturday at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts.
Pete was responsible for ensuring Live Aid ran smoothly, and will be talking about the famous 1985 concert and his experiences as former manager of The Kinks and of other artists he has worked with.
Jeff said: “I met Pete when I was on BBC Berkshire a few months ago chatting about our memories of David Bowie – just after he passed away.
“I found out Pete’s involvement with Live Aid and it will be a great behind-the-scenes talk about the concert, which is coming up to its 31st anniversary.
“We’ve got some people coming who were stewards and volunteers at the event as well and some photographs.”
Visit www.norden.farm to buy tickets for the event which cost £8.
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