Three bands performed in front of over 100 gig goers during a charity gig at the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket.
The occasion was organised by music students who donated all profits to Anglia Autism.
The bands performing were called Intervention, The Orangutans and Subwoofer.
Jacob Ottaway helped co-ordinate the event with his classmates. He said, "The songs ranged from Maroon Five to McFly via Little Mix and it was a great night. It all came together. We set out with the intention of putting on a successful gig that could raise money for charity and that's exactly what happened."
Sam Newey is from one of the bands (Intervention). He said, "Everyone came together to help each other and the highlight was where everyone sang along to the final track that was called Don't Stop Believing by Journey."
Music teacher, Gareth Evans, said, "The talent we have at One seems to get better every year and the charity concert was a great showcase for this. I'm incredibly proud of my students.