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A trip down memory lane, with performers from the 80s and 90s who dominated the music industry of those decades!
Also included is the biggest flash mob of 80s/90s theme! Dress to impress, put on your party shoes, fluff out your ra-ra skirt, polish your DMs and find that Blur t-shirt that has been lurking in the back of your wardrobe to join the biggest disco night this year!
Alphaville are a German synthpop/new wave band who achieved chart success in the 80s with singles 'Big In Japan' and 'Forever Young'. They continue to release music and tour as a five piece made up of Marian Gold, Carsten Brocker, Dave Goodes, Jakob Kiersch and Alexandra Merl.
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Soulful dance singer, best known for his 1993 worldwide hit 'What Is Love'.
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Five are the hugely successful British boy band from the late '90s, but now down to three, consisting of Scott Robinson, Ritchie Neville and Sean Conlon. Five enjoyed remarkable success worlwide, particularly in the United Kingdom, throughout Europe, Asia, Australasia, North and South America. They split up on 27 September 2001, after selling over 20 million records worldwide, having 11 top ten singles and four top ten albums in the UK, selling out Arena tours, and picking up just about every achievable award including Brits and MTV. The band reunited in 2013 as part of The Big Reunion documentary series on ITV2 and have continued to perform since then.
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Formed in the early '90s, the Dutch eurodance group was the brainchild of Belgian producers Jean-Paul DeCoster and Phil Wilde. Fronted by rapper Ray Slijngaard and singer Kim Vergouwen (replacing the original singer Anita Doth), the band had enormous worldwide popularity, scoring 16 chart hits, including 'Get Ready For This', 'Twilight Zone', 'No Limit' and 'Tribal Dance'. During their career, they have sold more than 18 million records worldwide.
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At the forefront of the commercial dance explosion in '89/'90, the chances of going into a club without hearing the relentless beat of 'Pump Up The Jam' at the time were zero. Also introduced Ya Kid K onto an unsuspecting music scene with their biggest (and best) hit 'Get Up (Before The Night Is Over)'.
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ABBORN - Tribute show to ABBA, C+C Music Factory, La Bouche, Dr. Alban, Captain Holywood Project, Turbo B/ex Snap, Capella
SSE Arena, Belfast
- 2 Queens Quay
- BT3 9QQ
- 028 9076 6000
- 028 9073 9074
- Disabled Booking:
- 028 9073 9074
- Disabled access:
- Silver Status