In times of an uncertain future, it might be time to start living in the past.
And now you can, thanks to an epic 80s revival to transport us back to yesteryear.
Not only will Madonna be flying the flag from the old school era, both David Bowie and Prince will be resurrected to take us down memory lane.
Thanks to music streaming service Deezer, they have launched The Drive In, a new experience to celebrate National Album Day 2020.
As the name suggests, the event will be a socially distanced drive-in extravaganza that involves jamming to some of the all-time classic records ever made.
So, grab your car keys, and get involved.
Music lovers will be invited to boogie away to original tour performance videos from the decade’s biggest stars, including Madonna’s The Virgin Tour (1988), Prince’s Sign O’ The Times (87), Stevie Nicks’ Live at Red Rocks (87) and Bowie’s Glass Spider Tour (88).
Not only will spectators be treated to tunes from incredible icons, they are also encouraged to doll up in fancy dress, so expect retro leg warmers and colours galore.
The Drive In is gracing London for one day only, so make room in your diary on October 7.
If it sounds up your street though you don’t have a vehicle, fear not. You can book a car-free bay for up to five pals, just don’t forget your own chairs and an FM radio to tune in.
Taking place at Troubadour Meridian Water in Edmonton, all proceeds from the £15 tickets will go to Help Musicians, a charity for musicians of all genres from young to old.
They help at times of crisis, but also at times of opportunity to give people the extra support they may need at a crucial stage that could make or break their career.
If you need an excuse to plaster on the electric blue eyeshadow or bring back shell suits, just click here: The Drive In.