A ONCE-in-a-lifetime concert line-up will celebrate the origins of one of rock's biggest selling bands in llandudno Junction.

Cineworld Llandudno will join cinemas across the UK for an incredible one-off celebration of the early music of Fleetwood Mac on Tuesday, June 2 at 7.30pm.

The irrepressible Mick Fleetwood marshalled a stellar cast of guest stars pay tribute to the music of founding member Peter Green and the band's blues rock origins on The London Palladium February 25.

As founding member, Green had a huge impact on the band before their transition to the Stevie Nicks and Lyndsey Buckingham soft rock days of the 70s. In 1998, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of Fleetwood Mac, while Rolling Stone magazine rated Green as one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of all time.

This summer, fans who missed the show can see Neil Finn of Crowded House, Noel Gallagher, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Kirk Hammett of Metallica, John Mayall, Steven Tyler, Pete Townshend and The Stones' Bill Wyman come together for one of the most jaw dropping gatherings since The Last Waltz.

Joining the titans of rock and Fleetwood is fellow band member Christine McVie as well as Jeremy Spencer and Rick Vito.

Tracks performed at the event include seminal Fleetwood Mac classics, such as Albatross, Green Manalashi, Need Your Love, and more, while the cinema event will feature an introduction by Fleetwood, exclusive rehearsal footage and interviews with guest artists.

Tickets are £13.75, to book visit cineworld.co.uk.