In April, CFM’s Freedom 90s night is returning to Carlisle, but this time one of the biggest dance acts of the decade will be performing live on the night.
Urban Cookie Collective are best known for their 1993 hit ‘The Key: The Secret’, a tune they will be singing live at CFM’s popular 90s night, as well as some of their other big tunes from back in the day.
CFM presenter Pete Moss will be hosting and says that, because demand for tickets was so high last year, they’ve had to change venue: “After all the tickets sold out for the last one in Carlisle, we were still getting lots of requests for them, so this time we’re taking over the bigger venue of Walkabout in Botchergate. This will mean more people will be able to re-live the 90s with us on what is the ultimate celebration of the decade.”
Pete is very excited that live music will play a part of the night: “I was a big fan of Urban Cookie Collective and bought all of their singles in the 90s. It is going to be so amazing that everyone who comes will be able to sing ‘The Key: The Secret’ with the group who made it famous.”
On the night Pete will be playing the big dance tunes heard in Carlisle clubs Buskers and The Pagoda in the 90s, such as N-Trance, Snap and Faithless. There will also be sing-along pop classics from The Spice Girls, B*Witched and Hanson in the mix too.
Freedom 90s happens on Sunday 30th April at Walkabout, Carlisle. It starts at 9pm and tickets are available for £10 from Walkabout and the CFM website.