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This October We're Taking You Back To The 90'S At Sheffield City Hall

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Back to the 90's at Sheffield City Hall

This October we’re taking you BACK TO THE 90’S with live performances from Atomic Kitten, Five, A1 and Cleopatra!

Atomic Kitten are one of the biggest names in pop music, formed in the late 90’s they rose to fame with the release of the album Right Now, featuring the huge single Whole Again, which topped the UK charts. They had two further UK number ones with The Tide Is High and Eternal Flame, plus countless other top ten singles. Throughout the year Atomic Kitten have been supporting boy band Blue on their sold out arena tour, and are now coming to Sheffield to headline Back To The 90’s!

90’s teen heart throbs Five had their first top 10 single in '97 with Slam Dunk Da Funk, and charted repeatedly over the following years, with three number one singles; Keep On Movin’, We Will Rock You and Let's Dance, plus other huge tracks such as If Ya Gettin’ Down and Everybody Get Up.

Around the same time Five were storming the charts, A1 released Be The First To Believe which reached number 6 in the UK. From there they had seven further top 10's, including two number ones with Take On Me and Same Old Brand New You.

Cleopatra are known for bringing a new vibe to 90’s pop music, with three top 10 singles; Cleopatra’s Theme (Cleopatra Comin’ Atcha), Life Ain't Easy and I Want You Back.

Plus keep your eyes peeled for the afterparty - announced in a few weeks time!


Tickets are ON SALE now! Click here to grab yours.



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