Back 2 Festival 2022
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Back 2 Festival 2022

at Catton Hall, Walton On Trent
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Back 2 Festival returns in 2022 for its sixth year so get ready for a trip down memory lane!

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Featuring

Cascada

Cascada appearing at this event

Passionate vocals and techno-pop beats from German-born singer Cascada, whose radio-friendly hits include Truly Madly Deeply, Everytime We Touch and top club anthem Ready For Love.

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Aqua

Aqua appearing at this event

Aqua is a Danish eurodance group, best known for their 1997 breakthrough single 'Barbie Girl'. The group formed in 1989 and achieved huge success around the globe in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

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Steps

Steps appearing at this event

Steps originally formed in 1997 and, over four and a half years, they sold over 15 million records and achieved 14 consecutive top five singles with their albums Step One, Steptacular, Buzz and Gold. The group also won 'Best-Selling British Live Act' at the BRIT Awards in 1999, and continued to fill stadiums until their spilt in 2001. All five original members of the band, Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, H and Lee Latchford Evans, reunited in 2011 to take part in the Sky Living-commissioned four-part documentary series charting their reconciliation, and then returned once again in 2017 for their 20 year reunion.

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UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell

UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell appearing at this event

UB40 are Britain's greatest reggae artists and have survived more than 30 years in the music business and have clocked up more than 40 million record sales worldwide with songs like Kingston Town and Red, Red Wine. The summer of 1978 saw the eight members of the Birmingham band, soon to become UB40, drawn together by their love of Jamaican reggae. Taking their name from a notorious British unemployment form, the band played their first local gig in Birmingham in 1979, and spent the rest of the year performing at pubs and clubs around the UK. British radio legend John Peel was so impressed with the group's first demo tape that he invited them to perform on his Radio One show in 1980. At the same time, the band were also asked to support The Pretenders on their triumphant national tour. They released a Top 5 single in the UK in February 1980 and, in 1981, released a brace of albums, 'Present Arms' and 'Present Arms In Dub'. Their breakthrough came with the hit single, 'Red, Red Wine'. The song topped the British singles charts in 1983 and, after renewed promotion following the 1988 Nelson Mandela Concert at Wembley, the single reached the number 1 spot in the US. Only with Ali Campbell, the legendary voice of UB40, can audiences get to experience the closest thing to the sound of the hugely successful original line-up of UB40 as all the hits are played.

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East 17

East 17 appearing at this event

Founded in 1992, the group's name came from the postcode for Walthamstow. East 17 notched up eighteen Top 20 singles and four Top 10 albums, and were one of the most famous acts in the world during the early to mid 1990s. In contrast to the wholesome boy band image, East 17 were seen as a grittier and more 'real', blending rap and pop in songs such as 'House of Love' and 'Steam', and also tackled political issues with tracks like 'Let It Rain'. Their 1994 single 'Stay Another Day' remained at the top for five weeks and was also that year's Christmas Number 1, and is still a classic Christmas anthem. East 17 were Tony Mortimer, Brian Harvey, John Hendy and Terry Coldwell. Nowadays, the lead vocal has been taken up by Robbie Craig of Artful Dodger fame. John Hendy and Terry Coldwell make up the trio.

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The Vengaboys

The Vengaboys appearing at this event

Dance-pop troupe formed in 1992 by Spanish DJs Danski and Delmundo. In 1996 they added singers/dancers Kim, Robin (replaced by Yorick in 1999), Roy and Denice to front the group. They were the first Netherlands-based act to score six successive Top 5 singles, selling more than two million in UK in 12 months.

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2 Unlimited

2 Unlimited appearing at this event

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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Rated Excellent

Catton Hall (Catton Park)

Catton Park
Walton On Trent
DE12 8LN

Catton Hall (Catton Park)

Catton Park
Walton On Trent
DE12 8LN