Music fans in Farnborough "had a nice day" on Saturday when Welsh rock band Stereophonics turned up to play a secret gig at a local pub.
The Snow Goose in Fernhill Road played host to the band after winning a national competition.
Stereophonics brought out their own beer, called Phonics, in January and every pub which purchased the brew were entered in to win the exclusive gig.
Due to health and safety, the pub had to control the number of people at the gig and tickets were sold beforehand to raise money for the Jacob’s Challenge charity.
Local acts the Dead Hand Gang and Matt Love kept the party going after the Phonics set.
Landlady Kate Hayden said: “It was so special, it has been absolutely amazing to have the band here playing.
“I was so excited when I first got told the band were coming here and we decided to make it an event for us to thank all of our customers for their support as we have been here for coming up to a year now.
“We’ve worked hard to turn the place round and couldn’t have done it without their support.
"The Stereophonics’ new album is called Keep the Village Alive and we’re a local pub for the local people so it was nice they could come together.”
She also thanked locals who helped set up for the gig and Brains Brewery for organising the event.
Becci Lawton, 33, from Church Crookham, was one of the lucky few who managed to get tickets. She said: “It was absolutely amazing.
“I have seen them before in Nottingham but had to watch on the big screen as I was so far back, it wasn’t up close like this.
“It was amazing, I even got the setlist at the end.”