FROM glam rock to disco, new wave to two-tone — you can’t help grooving to the sounds of the '70s.

Fresh from the success of their '80s and '90s Christmas party nights, organisers of Jack Up the Summer are preparing to wind the clock back once more with the launch of another retro-themed disco party, aimed at giving party-goers something to look forward to early in the new year.

Multi-talented five-piece band The Zoots will be performing back to back party hits as part of their live show on Saturday, February 22.

Revellers can dig out their flares and prepare to boogie all night long to the very best of T.Rex, Chic, Sister Sledge, Mud, Earth Wind and Fire, Abba, Boney M, Kool and The Gang, The Sweet and other '70s chart toppers.

If you like Grease, Saturday Night Fever and the Rocky Horror Picture Show or are just up for a great feel-good party night to remember, the event is for you.

The evening will be held at Lower Hyde in Shanklin, complete with traditional wooden dance floor and stage with custom retro video disco and effects.

Event manager Sarah Moss said: “We were absolutely overwhelmed by the positive feedback following our November party nights and loved how attendees fully embraced the theme.

"Many arrived sporting the most incredible fancy dress.

"Working with Visit IW, we are keen to organise events that not only give Islanders something to look forward to in the winter months but to attract visitors to the Island during what is traditionally a far quieter time of year.

"So many people have been calling for a '70s night, hence we’re going back the birth of disco and reliving a decade packed full of musical nostalgia.

"All the hit singles will be brought to life live on stage by The Zoots, who are a bunch of superb musicians and performers.”

A series of DJ sets will continue until 1am.

Doors open at 7.30pm. Over 18s only.

The County Press is offering a special advance discount on tickets, for £12.50 plus £1 booking fee each.

From January 1, normal price will be £15 plus booking fee.

Discounted tickets are available from the County Press office on Pyle Street, Newport.

General tickets are available from and over the counter at Lower Hyde.