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Pink Festival - Andy Bell + support act Shelter

Saturday 3 September 2016
Cambridge Corn Exchange - CB2 3QE
Andy Bell and support act Shelter – presented by the Pink Festival

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The Pink Festival presents a unique show of pop hits in celebration of 30 years of Dhiverse.

Erasure’s Andy Bell and support act Shelter will deliver a night of intoxicating electropop new and old. We guarantee a spectacular night of celebration along with special cabaret act Neon Moon.

Andy Bell is best known as the frontman of enduring electropop duo Erasure and will headline this high-energy show performing many of their biggest hits including A Little Respect, Chains of Love and Blue Savannah.

Andy, who was born and brought up in Peterborough, became patron of Cambridge-charity Dhiverse last year. The charity was established 30 years ago to provide support for people affected by HIV and AIDS and now carries out a wider spectrum of work.

Shelter wrote and produced Andy's 3rd solo album 'iPop'. Following the release of iPop, they went on as the support act for a portion of the Erasure Tour and got a fantastic response from the Erasure fans around Europe. Since then they have released their debut album 'Emerge' and are just about to release their follow up, 'Ascend'.

All profits go to local LGBT+ charities.

This show is followed by ‘Pink Festival presents Horse Meat Disco’ at the Junction from 10pm. These events are part of a wider range of Pink Festival activities in Cambridge at the start of September, with all profits going to local LGBT+ charities.