The ticketed event will take place on Friday, October 6 at 7pm, to raise money for Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Ukraine - a city caught up in the conflict.
The show aims to attract music lovers to support Bob Frendt’s final trip to Ukraine.
Mr Frendt is a retired lorry driver from Knaresborough who has completed eight trips delivering aid for the city's hospitals and schools.
Now on his final trip due to his own personal health, Mr Frendt will deliver two fire engines to ensure the safety of the city’s residents under threat from the nearby conflict.
Mr Frendt’s initial goal was to deliver a fire engine after witnessing first hand what it could mean if the city continued to go without this essential service.
Since then, Mr Frendt has managed to source two after being subject to incredible generosity.
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There will also be a pub quiz at the Empress pub in Harrogate, on Thursday, October 5, in aid of the campaign.
Mr Frendt said: “We are now just seeking funds to get the engines over there, for the ferry, the extra costs and anything we can give in addition to help the people of Volodymyr-Volynskyi.
“There will also be a fantastic pub quiz so come down to the Empress Pub on Thursday, October 5th, for an excellent evening for a very worthy cause.”