FRIENDS, family and music lovers gathered for a special event at one of the city’s most iconic venues.

GlennFest Part II was the second one day festival to raise money in memory of a much loved member of the Southampton’s music community.

The event was organised by Glenn’s friends and family as a celebration of music and life and to raise awareness of mental health issues.

With a star-studded line-up including Band of Skulls and Dead Dead Dead cash raised will go towards Solent Mind, bereavement charities Simon Says and the Red Lipstick Foundation.

It comes just months after Glenn Lovell - former owner of The Joiners - took his own life.

As reported, in September this year hundreds of people took part in the first-ever GlennFest in memory of the music lover.

Musician Dan O’Farrell - who played with his band The Difference Engine said: “Such a great night at The Joiners tonight. One of those occasions where everyone unites for one cause. Powerful.”

Also on the line-up were satirical slap bass player Grant Sharkey, Alaskan Pipeline, Soma High, Mirage and DJs Andy Farley and Neil Downton.

Glenn was found hanged in his Hedge End home in March this year.