Hastings Beatles Day has still raised more than £1,000 for the Sara Lee Trust charity despite the event being cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Beatles Day sees local musicians and bands performing material by the Fab Four in a day long festival to raise money for charity.
The event, which attracts thousands of people, is celebrating is 20th year and still went ahead in virtual format.
Volunteers, along with local Facebook group Isolation Station Hastings stepped in to save the day. The event went ahead as an online live stream on Sunday evening, and was viewed by thousands live.
Among the more than 20 performers taking part from their living rooms, spare rooms and basements were Liane Carroll and Roger Carey, King Size Slim, Helen Sharpe, Daniel Earwaker and Mike Willis.
Robin Redsull, Hastings Beatles Day 2020 organiser, said: “Thanks to all of the musicians who took part for so generously giving their time, to Rachel Spinetti for being such a wonderful presenter, and to Gillian Payne, Chris Beveridge and everyone at Isolation Station Hastings for their hard work in putting it all together.