For music lovers of the 90’s and the 00’s the 6th of December Nottingham, Motorpoint arena was the place to be.
Music lovers were in for a treat with a line up of bands they grew up listening to.
Kicking of the night was Peter Andre taking fans back to the height of his career with a mix of old songs and new very entertaining the crowd and getting them ready for everyone else to follow ending his set with Mysterious Girl which went down a treat.
Following on was East 17 who had everyone in out of their seats and dancing along there set wouldn’t have been complete without the brilliant Stay Another Day.
Balzin Squad came out and showed why they were popular in the naughties with there hit singles including Crossroads.
Big Brovaz came on to the stage performing their hits that made them a household name they belonged on the stage performing their previous hits including the friends inspired video Baby Boy.
Boyslife entertained the crowd with a mix of Westlife and Boyzone songs which for anyone seeing either full band as they go back on tour next year was not only a trip down memory lane but gearing up the excitement for seeing the main bands back on stage next year, World of our Own and The Going Gets Tough.
Bewitched who were at the top of the charts in the 00’s shined on stage with their hits including, Ce La Vie, Jessie Hold on and Rollercoaster, the question for Bewitched is will they be heading out on their own tour in 2019?
Sclub 3 took us back on the journey to the 00’s of when we were loving Bring It All Back, Sclub Party and Dont stop Moving. Never Had A Dream Come True was the final song of their set bringing Big Brovaz back on stage to sing it with them.
Five were the last band on before Vengaboys headlined and closed the concert and for me the best of the night reliving all their hits they had the crowd out of their seats and dancing along to each song from their set there are some songs which always sound great live and Fives are one off them, starting off with the Queen calibration ‘Will Rock You’ then with Everybody get up and Got The Feeling in the set I did wish it was them headling so we could hear more of the Five back catalogue. One questions for Five when are you heading out on your own tour?
To close the concert was the one and only Vengaboys who brought the Vengabus to the stage and showed Nottingham arena how to party it was good to see them back on stage again after so long.
A fun night of pop travelling back to the ’90s and 00’s and I can’t wait to do it all again in 2019.