A campaign group hoping to save the historic Earl's Court exhibition centre and surrounding homes is putting on a fundraiser gig.
Members of the Save Earl's Court campaign have organised the gig at The Troubadour to raise awareness and funds to keep fighting their corner.
The campaign has attracted the attention of neighbours, exhibition-holders and a number of famous names, including Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys and designers, Ozwald Boateng and Bella Freud.
Campaigners will rally together before the gig to crusade against the demolition by developers CapCo, of the famous exhibition centre and two neighbouring estates to make way for the £8 billion project, London's largest current development scheme.
Head organiser and West Kensington resident, Richard Osband, has managed to pull together a steady troop of well known bands, with political activist musicians, Damn Vandals headlining and The Tuesday Club and Helene Greenwood supporting.
He said: "We'll have people campaigning before the gig and Andy Slaughter, Hammersmith MP will give a speech so it will have a political element to it but the rest of the evening should be thoroughly enjoyable.
"All the bands are great and have had such good reviews. There'll be a real mix of people there, neighbours from the two estates, people who live in big private houses who will be affected and there will probably be some big names there because it's a very emotive issue."
The Save Earl's Court benefit gig will be held this Thursday (March 6) from 8pm at The Troubadour, Old Brompton Road.
There is no entry fee but donations towards the campaign will be much appreciated.