The Corn Exchange
The evening was a fantastic success and one of the most successful concerts ever held in Brighton during the sixties.
The event did not have an alcohol licence. Despite this, the following year the police objected to the follow-up Hungerstop show on the basis that they had arrested someone drunk outside the hall. The event was moved to the The King Alfred.
Other smaller events such as the Sussex beat contest final and a few small dances were held over the rest of the decade, but nothing matched the first Hungerstop dance.