A BAND of musical volunteers will usher in the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this Saturday with raucous night of rock in Rhyl.

Spearheaded by former Oasis manager and Creation records mogul Alan McGee, the Pot on the High Street has brought together four acts for Musicians Against Homelessness: THE ROYAL BEDDING DAY.

Rhyl will join the nationwide campaign – which seeks to raise funds and awareness on the day of the Royal Wedding for homeless people throughout the UK – by welcoming Chasing Shadows, Oxime, Joe Berry and Cal & Yanni for a right regal celebration.

Representing North Wales are indie four-piece Chasing Shadows, regular peddlers of quality cover sets as well as their own crowd-pulling original compositions, who promise a varied and accessible set for all to enjoy the sense of occasion.

Relative newcomers, and fellow North Walians Oxime will join chasing shadows on the bill following their debut at Wrexham’s industry benchmark festival Focus Wales last weekend.

Rounding off the bill of home-grown talent will be Cal Davies and Yanni Westaway-Green of scene regulars, the Joy Division-esque Bluff_Band, who will present a short acoustic duet set after a stellar recent supporting role for the The Absolute Stone Roses in the legendary Tivoli venue in Buckley.

Finishing the line-up is York’s Joe Berry, whose multi-talented sound is inspired by the likes of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Damien Rice.

THE ROYAL BEDDING DAY starts at 8pm. Entry is free, with a recommended donation of £3 with all proceeds going towards Musicians Against Homelessness.