SEVENTIES nostalgia was in full force at Jack Up the 70s on Saturday.

The spin-off show from the team behind the popular Jack Up the Summer festival took place at Lower Hyde in Shanklin and was attended by a full capacity crowd of 600 people.

Organisers were so pleased with how it went, they are hoping to make it an annual event.

Event manager Sarah Moss said: "We are delighted to have staged another sell-out event.

"Jack Up the 70s welcomed visitors from Portsmouth, Southampton and further afield, ensuring a welcome boost for Island businesses out of season.

"There was a real mix of ages and so many Islanders who once spent their weekends partying the night away at fondly remembered Island nightspots were thrilled to have something going on with an original disco vibe.

"A huge thank you to The Zoots who put in a truly phenomenal performance, enabling party-goers to relive a decade packed full of musical nostalgia.

"With hundreds of attendees in full 70s dress, we were totally blown away by the amazing range of costumes all of which made for an authentic 70s party atmosphere while helping to raise valuable funds for Beaulieu Respite, Jack Up's charity of the year."