SKA fans are invited to skank the night away as iconic group Bad Manners take to the stage in Kidderminster.

The band, known for their charismatic frontman Buster Bloodvessel, will perform at 45 Live on Sunday, June 2.

Emerging as pioneers of the ska revival in late '70s England, Bad Manners quickly captured hearts with their infectious energy and Buster's larger-than-life presence.

Their playful on-stage antics and catchy tunes propelled them to fame, with hits like 'Ne-Ne Na-Na Na-Na Nu-Nu,' 'Lip Up Fatty,' 'Special Brew,' and 'Can Can' dominating the U.K. charts in the early '80s.

Support on the evening comes from The Skastuds, who are an 8-piece Midlands-based Ska band playing music by The Specials, Madness, The Beat, The Selecter, Toots & the Maytals and more.

Doors for the event are open at 5pm and tickets are available via the 45 Live website.