Acts including HamsandwicH, The Strypes, Le Galaxie, Jerry Fish, Mundy, Heathers,The Stunning and Camille O'Sullivan are taking to the Olympia stage this Sunday for Rock Against Homelessness.
The event, being run by Independent News and Media in association with MCD Productions are aiming to raise money for young people living on the street via The Irish Youth Foundation.
It's part of the One for Ireland campaign which aims to raise €1m for the 1,700 children and young people in Ireland who are homeless and living in emergency accommodation.
Speaking about the event Jerry Fish said that: "We need to get over this thing that a home is some kind of luxury, that a home is something that you gotta work hard towards. A home is a necessity and it's something everybody in the state should have."
Niamh Farrell, lead singer of HamsandwicH said that: "Anything that gets the conversation about homelessness started between people is a good thing. The lineup is fantastic. Why not of a Sunday night go see a really great lineup while doing something great for people who need our help?"
The concert is on this Sunday night in the Olympia Theatre. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are on sale at the door or at Ticketmaster for €25.
If you can't make it on the night but would like to contribute to the cause there is an album filled with songs from the artists that will be performing on the night that you can purchase from your local Starbucks for €10.