THIS weekend hundreds of mods will descend on Sussex to celebrate the culture, scooters and Quadrophenia.

The city has a bunch of events taking part to keep all mod fans busy, here is everything you need to know about the Brighton mod weekender:

Grand Mod Weekender

The Grand hotel, Brighton, tonight, 7pm until midnight

The mod weekend kicks off in style as the red carpet is rolled out at The Grand.

This event is being hosted by former EastEnders star and self-confessed mod Carol Harrison.

Carol is inviting some of her friends, such as Phil Daniels and Gary Shail, to party with her at the hotel with plenty of other mods.

The evening includes a dance contest, live music and the chance to meet some of the biggest stars of the mod era.

Tickets cost £49.50.

The Goldhawks

Concorde 2, Brighton, tomorrow, 7pm

International eight-piece band The Goldhawks are the group tasked with bringing Quadrophenia to life at Brighton’s Concorde 2.

Quadrophenia Live sees The Who’s concept album performed in its entirety by The Goldhawks, who deliver a live performance of the record that has been the background to so many mod moments.

The music is timeless and will be the perfect way to get in the mood for the rest of the bank holiday weekend and what the mod celebration has to offer.

Tickets cost £22.50.

A Band Called Malice

Door 77, East Street, Brighton, tomorrow, 7.30pm

This trio of Jam fans decided to start a tribute act and now perform all the band’s greatest hits on stages across the country.

As part of the mod weekend the group will be at Door 77, formerly the Bau Wow club, for an evening of jamming – pun intended.

As fans of the band themselves, the group doesn’t disappoint as they put their all into songs including Going Underground, That’s Entertainment and A Town Called Malice.

If The Who aren’t your bag then why not choose The Jam instead to kick off your mod weekend?

You've Killed Me Scooter

Concorde 2, Brighton, 11pm

After The Goldhawks rock the Concorde 2 why not hang around for some more music as the You’ve Killed Me Scooter club night kicks in?

The evening will celebrate 40 years since the cult classic film Quadrophenia was released.

Special guests including Phil Daniels and Trevor Laird will be attendance.

You can meet the stars of the film with music from the Sixties and Seventies to keep you moving well into the early hours.

That will stand you in good stead for Sunday’s big party.

Tickets cost £30.80.

Quad 40

Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton, Sunday, noon to midnight

For 12 hours on Sunday the Palace Pier will be taken over by mods celebrating the 40th anniversary of Quadrophenia.

Stars of the film including Gary Shail and Leslie Ash will be in attendance and taking part in Q&A sessions, as well as posing for pictures with fans.

Ahead of the event the cast will also be honoured with a spot on the Brighton Walk of Fame on the pier.

This is truly an event for the hardcore mods.

Tickets cost £95.