British pop band Scouting For Girls were left stranded after a snowstorm left them trapped in a pub.
The band had just finished a Children in Need charity gig at the Tan Hill Inn in Reeth, England, on Friday (18Nov16) when the weather took a turn for the worse, dumping almost two feet of snow on the ground.
Around 200 of the band's fans were also trapped at the pub, the highest in the U.K.
The pop trio, along with 40 others, were eventually forced to spend the night sleeping in cars and on the floors of the pub until they were rescued on Saturday (19Nov16).
"We made it out of @tanhillinn alive. Legendary night. 4am lock in / snowed in! Loads of cash raised for @BBCCiN Thanks to all who came," Scouting For Girls posted on Twitter.
The band was back on the road and heading to their next gig in Scotland after workmen in snowploughs and gritters cleared the snow surrounding the pub.
The band raised $8,000 (£6,500) for Children in Need.
During the televised charity fundraiser on Friday, Children in Need raised a record-breaking $57 million (£46 million).