Noughties German dance act Cascada visit Birmingham gay superclub The Nightingale early this month. The 2013 Eurovision entrants - featuring vocalist Natalie Horler - will be live on stage at the popular venue, singing some of their biggest hits, including Everytime We Touch and Evacuate The Dancefloor.
The award-winning group have had three top-10 tracks in the UK, so expect to hear some real classics!
Saturday 6 October - The Nightingale, Birmingham
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