They were among the bands that ruled the Los Angeles hair-metal scene in the 1980s. And on Aug. 29, they’ll join forces on the legendary Sunset Strip to honor one of their own.

Quiet Riot, Great White, LA Guns, Enuff Z’Nuff and Slammin’ Gladys are the featured acts for the free, all-ages tribute concert in memory of late Warrant singer Jani Lane at the Key Club in West Hollywood.

The 47-year-old Lane was found dead Aug. 11 in a Woodland Hills, Calif., hotel room. There’s been no official word on the cause of death, but Lane’s manager claims it was related to alcohol.

All 300 of the tickets for the Aug. 29 memorial show were made available Aug. 19 on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Key Club tribute will take place two days after a recently taped Lane interview airs as part of VH1 Classic’s ‘That Metal Show’ (the original broadcast date was Oct. 1).

[Ultimate Classic Rock]