Thursday 29 November 2012 Updated: 29/11 12:53
MULTI-million album selling band, Toploader, are set to get the audience 'Dancing in the Moonlight' tomorrow (Saturday) when they play at Evesham's Regal Cinema.
The band's debut album, Onka's Big Moka, sold more than two million copies after it was released in 1999 and was in the top five of the album charts for more than six months.
But it was Toploader's cover of King Harvest's song Dancing in the Moonlight for which they are best remembered after it became a global smash hit.
The band took a hiatus in 2003 but made a comeback last year with their third studio album, Only Human.
Four of the original five founding members remain, Joseph Washbourn on vocals and keys, guitarist Dan Hipgrave, drummer Rob Green and Matt Knight on bass.
The band have been working on new material and had a successful summer performing at festivals reminding audiences of why they loved them in the first place.
A new single is now due for the release and The Regal is sure it is going to be a night of music the audience can't help but dance to.l
Tickets are £15 for the stalls or £20 in the circle plus a £2.50 booking fee per ticket.
To book call the box office on 01386 421007, log onto www.theregal.ac or e-mail email@example.com
The doors open at 8pm and the performance is set to start at 9pm.
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