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Event, Instagram ♦ October 31, 2023

Nadine has posted a video of herself performing in Manchester on Saturday as part of ’90’s Baby Pop’ concert.

According to fans at the venue, she only sung 2 songs, Sound of the Underground and Biology. It was noted that there was a technical issue and this could be why. But there were a lot of acts, so it may of been the plan to only do the 2.

Either way, i love the video she posted and how everyone is singing along to a song thats 20 years old and still just as enjoyable! And yes we know she isnt a ’90’s’ act!!

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Event, Music, Performance ♦ January 25, 2023

The ’90s Baby Pop’ concert will take place on October 28, 2023 at Manchester’s AO Arena.

The Derry native will be performing, and also taking centre stage will be Blue, Peter Andre, Five, Right Said Fred, Amelia, Samantha Mumba, Louise, Culture Beat, Ultra Nate, Snap!, Sonique, Haddaway, Boyzlife, Rednex, Kosheen, Baby D, Lolly, Blazin Squad, Sweet Female Attitude, Livin Joy and more.

The event’s description says: “A once in a lifetime opportunity to see all your favourite 90s pop artists together for one night and guarantees to transport you back to simpler times…

“For this nostalgic classic, AO Arena will come alive with spectacular production, epic sound and 15000 people all losing it to the best sounds of the 90s. There will be everything from confetti and glitter to dancers, SFX productions and a whole host of legends to make this a night on a scale like no other.”

The line-up is subject to change.

Tickets go on sale on January 27, 2023 at 9am via Ticketmaster:

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Gallery, Performance, Video ♦ October 06, 2018

>> Performances > 2018 > October 5th – No More Knives concert in Hull

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Music ♦ September 07, 2017

Nadine will take to the stage this Saturday 9th of September, her first performance for Go To Work.

The Manchester Arena is officially opening with this special benefit concert to honour those impacted by May’s atrocities, and welcome back live entertainment fans to the Arena.

All profits from the concert will raise money for the Manchester Memorial Fund, a charitable trust overseen by the Lord Mayor of Manchester which will go towards establishing a permanent memorial for the 22 May attack.

All tickets have now been sold, however if you are lucky enough to be going, make sure you read the security procedures on the website

We will be posting pictures and videos on Twitter and here in due course, so stay updated with us!

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