Dance music legends K-Klass perform at the Mega Bar in Motherwell later this month as they celebrate their 25th anniversary.
The Welsh outfit are widely credited as pioneers of the early house scene and had three top 40 hits in the early 1990s, including the number three smash Rhythm is a Mystery.
Since then they have gone on to produce the likes of the Pet Shop Boys and the Corrs as well as remix artists such as Kylie Minogue, Geri Halliwell, S Club 7 and M People.
Their remix of ‘Baby Come On Over’ by Samantha Mumba was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2002.
K-Klass are being brought north of the border on Friday, September 27, by Lanarkshire promoters Anthems Presents.
Anthem Presents’ Alan McCreedie said: “We started off with a few small events in Hamilton which went well, but when we got the opportunity to promote K-Klass we knew we had to find a bigger venue and are delighted to be bringing them to the Mega Bar this month.
“They are one of the biggest dance groups in the UK and have enjoyed huge success so it is a real thrill to have them perform for Motherwell’s clubbers.
“The feedback we have been getting suggests a lot of people are very excited about it.”
K-Klass will be supported by Iain ‘Boney’ Clark, Tony Curlett, Steven Brown, Ingy and Decky.
Alan said: “The guys have huge experience and are among the top DJs on the scene so top to bottom it’s a great line-up.”
Doors open at 8pm and the night runs until 3am, with tickets costing £10 available from Skiddle
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K-Klass have also released the album ‘25 Years of K-Klass Club Anthems’ to celebrate two and a half decades in the business.