The funeral of Former Radio 1 DJ Tommy Vance will be a â€œcelebration of his lifeâ€.
The private service will be held at Golders Green crematorium in north London on Tuesday 15 March, reports the BBC.
Vance died three days after suffering from a stroke, he was 63. He began his radio career in the States and then worked at Radio Caroline and Radio 1.
Colleague and friend DJ Dave Cash said: "Once you became friends with Tommy you were friends for life."
"He was a very private guy, but to his friends he was great, you could always rely on him.
"He's a bit like John Peel and Kenny Everett - he's irreplaceable, he was a total professional.
"Tommy was part of the group that actually cared about the music he was playing."
Radio 1 controller Andy Parfitt said: "Tommy Vance was a great broadcaster.
"He presented for many years on Radio 1 the seminal rock show which a whole generation of music fans remember very fondly.
"He will be sadly missed by listeners and fellow DJs alike."