The Telstar pub in Wath turns 50 tomorrow night and is going back to 1963 to celebrate.
The pub was due to be called The Fox, but the launch of the communication satellite and the Tornados' smash hit at the same time ensured it was instead called The Telstar and is only one of two pubs in England with the name.
It was built by the local builder, Wade Construction, and took over the licence of The Nelson at Manvers.
Tomorrow night punters can enjoy their first pint for just 8p for bitter and 10p for lager as the pub on Quarry Hill Road rolls back to its original prices.
"It's special for us to be in the pub when it's celebrating its anniversary," said current landlord David Hunter, a former schoolteacher.
"We first realised that it had been open 50 years when the first landlord Pete O'Grady came in and told us.
"From then on we knew that we had to celebrate in a proper manner and it give it a good birthday."
In its 50 years there have been ghost stories, hundreds of landlords, several facelifts and even a fire scare.
To mark the occasion the pub will feel youthful again with a 1960s' inspired band, Vinyl Countdown, playing and awards for the best 60s' fancy dress.
Things change, not least the price of beer, and the pub, that was built on an area used by local kids as a football field, is diversifying itself.
"We have a Thai food bar adjacent to the pub which does takeaway food and has started off really well," added David, who runs the pub with Diane.
"It might not look like it from the outside but this really is a village pub. You can't talk about someone because you're probably next to their cousin or uncle.
"A lot of pubs are going under so we need to be different whilst sticking to tradition too."