Linkin Park fans in Dublin are being encouraged to take part in a singalong for mental health.
It follows the tragic death of the band's frontman Chester Bennington.
He took his own life at his LA home last week.
Now fans are holding a party in Fibbers on Parnell Street where they'll sing along to the seminal album 'Hybrid Theory.'
Organisers say there won't be a live band but their DJ will play the record 'from start to finish' as part of their set.
Glenn Fitzpatrick and Joe Panama say "Linkin Park are a band that meant so much to so many of us during our formative years. Hybrid Theory in particular had a a near permanent residency on our CD players (remember those?) and seeing the videos for Crawling, Papercut and In The End on Kerrang every 20 minutes was something of a rite of passage for anyone lucky enough to have the channels back in the day."
It takes place on Thursday the 3rd of August and tickets are €5 with proceeds going to the suicide prevention charity Pieta House.