RHYL'S three day summer festival K-Fest has become 'Kitchen' Fest to support the NHS.

Trading the Events Arena for the novel setting of their own kitchens, resident DJs Paul Maffia and Brandon Moffat have live streamed their first in a series of events during lockdown.

With 'K-Fest: Kitchen Lockdown' the pair and other guest artists are hoping to raise £1,100 for the Association of NHS Charities. After the first event on Friday, March, the organisers, both of Rhyl, have already raise 23 percent of their target.

Mr Moffat said: "Currently the whole world seems to have come to a stand still and panic. Governments and scientists are working hard to try and solve the problem.

"As an individual you may feel like you cant make a difference to the world - but that's not true.

"If we work as a team we can help support the doctors, nurses and government

"We at K-Fest are trying to help support the people who are up 24/7trying to find a solution to this pandemic. Please help support us support them. "

The organisers of K_Fest - which specialises in multiple genres and is due to return on June 31 - are seeking other musicians to provide live streamed concerts.

The next event, on Friday, April 3 and Saturday 4 at 8pm will feature additional DJs include Endaf, Toby O'Connor and Marcel Muller - all performing from isolation.

Kareem Ghani, K-Fest founder said: "Just head to the K-Fest page on Facebook.

"We also want to do a fancy dress competition and give free tickets to K-Fest to the winner. You have to dress up as your partner or your parents.

"Get the kids involved."

To get involved and perform at a future session, contact Mr Ghani via the K Fest Facebook or Instagram pages.

To donate to the the fundraising campaign, visit the 'K Fest - HELP THE NHS' page on justgiving.com.

Pre-sale tickets for K-fest are on sale now. To book visit k-fest.co.uk.