Wyvern FM, as official media sponsor, will be making sure the day is a big hit and JD - of 'JD & Helen at Breakfast' fame - will be swapping his 6am to 10am morning slot for a special day as host of the not-to-be-missed 1980s revival party.
Ahead of his big debut at Sixways Stadium we caught up with JD to get his thoughts on the musical summer spectacular…
So JD, how much are looking forward to hosting the event?
This event can't come fast enough. Since the announcement on the breakfast show, I've been like a little kid waiting for Christmas. It's a fantastic line up full of artists I grew up listening to and recording off the radio. I'm hoping the weather will be good to us so we can have an amazing day in the sun, dancing away to some fantastic live music.
How much would you like to see this become an annual event for the city?
Sixways Stadium is one of my favourite places to visit in Worcester. It's an amazing complex and should be used more for events like this when the rugby season has finished. I would hope that the artists and promoters will seriously consider Worcester as a place to include when sorting out summer tours. It really would be great to have a concert for the people of Herefordshire and Worcestershire to look forward to every summer.
As a big 1980s fan, which of the acts are you most looking forward to seeing?
It has to be The Human League - just so I can sing 'DON'T YOU WANT ME BABY' at the top of my voice without getting weird looks and breaking windows.
What are your memories of the 1980s?
One of my bug bears of the 1980's was the Rubik's Cube. I was rubbish at it. I tried so hard for months to the point where I removed all the stickers and put all the colours together! I remember always watching Button Moon. Why did something so rubbish become a must watch?! Remember the baked bean can rocket and the wooden spoon people. My poor mum still doesn't know where here prized wooden spoon disappeared to!
How gutted is your breakfast co-presenter Helen that she is going to miss the day due to her new arrival?
She's gutted she won't be backstage with me with mingling with all the acts, but she's actually got herself a pair of tickets so she'll be in the crowd singing along and reminiscing her younger years! (Well her middle aged years!!)
Many concert-goers are getting dressed up for the day in 1980s gear - do you have any special outfits planned for the day as host?
That would be telling. My boss Paul suggested I dress up as a big Rubik's cube, somebody said I'd look good as Limahl from Kajagoogoo, but I have a feeling they were having a dig at my recent hair cut.
But seriously, Wyvern FM are so excited to be involved in the biggest concert the area has seen for a while. Everyone loves 1980s music and to be given the chance to host the event gives me great pleasure.
Advance tickets for three hour spectacular are priced at £30 for adults and £15 for children aged between five and 15-years-old. Children under five-years-old gain free entry. All children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Parking is also available with advance booking only. Disabled parking is available via the Ticket Hotline. Please note, full terms and conditions apply.
For Dining Packages please call 01905 454183 and ask for the Sixways Events team. (office hours only).
Tickets can be purchased online at www.imlconcerts.co.uk or by calling the Ticket Hotline on 01905 454183.