THE countdown is on for Tuesday's fundraising concert by The Overtones at City Hall.
The group said they want to fulfil the concert their bandmate Tim Matley had organised before he tragically passed away.
The international harmony group will perform at Cork City Hall to raise funds for the Down Syndrome Centre Cork (DSC Cork).
Tim Matley, from the northside of Cork, had been organising the concert when he tragically died in the UK.
In response, his bandmates said they want to come to Cork to perform at the fundraiser.
“Cork is a city that has always and will always be deep in our hearts because of our beloved friend and brother Timmy Matley,” Lachie Chapman of The Overtones said.
“Timmy was organising this concert for The Down Syndrome Centre Cork when he died and although our hearts are broken, the show simply must go on.
“We are very proud to honour the commitment to hold this concert and couldn’t think of a warmer-hearted city than Cork to help raise funds for this wonderful cause,” added Mr Chapman.
Before he died, Timmy Matley said he was blown away by the unity of the parents who run the DSC Cork charity.
It was founded in 2017 in response to a recognised need in the south for the provision of facilities and support for families and carers of young children with Down syndrome.
Tickets cost €30 and €50 for a balcony seat. There are also €70 tickets that include a chance to meet the group.
Tickets are on sale at www.ticketmaster.ie