Get your hands on a pair of tickets for the sold out Rhythm of The '90s gig at The Wedgewood Rooms

They're the band that was too big for the summer bandstand events and had to be moved the following year to the neighbouring Castle Field.

Friday, 31st August 2018, 11:07 am
Updated Monday, 3rd September 2018, 12:19 pm
Rhythm of the '90s at Castle Field in Southsea, summer 2017. Picture by Jamie Skey

That show by live dance music band Rhythm of The '90s drew a record-breaking crowd of 10,000.

The Brighton-based act has become renowned for its two-hour sets packed with club classics from 2 Unlimited, Sash, Robin S, Faithless, and more.

And when their forthcoming gig at the Wedgewood Rooms sold out in just three days, they immediately added another one for the day before, which still has a few tickets remaining.

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Band member Toby Lawrence says: '˜Portsmouth has always been a great place for us.

'˜We've got such incredible memories of the shows we've played there. When this first show sold out so quickly we were pleased to be able to add another night.'

And they've had a busy summer too: '˜We've had 11 festivals in a month-and-a-half, and we've been playing main stages and getting some brilliant responses.'

To win a pair of tickets for the sold-out gig on Friday, December 21 with a chance to meet the band, answer this question:

Rhythm of The '90s

Which group covered by Rhythm of The 90s headlined at this year's Victorious Festival?

E-mail your answer with your name, address and a contact number to [email protected], or by post to Rhythm of The '90s Competition, The News Centre, 1000 Lakeside, North Harbour, Western Road, PO6 3EN.

All entries must be received by midnight on Thursday, September 6.

By entering this competition you are accepting that your details will be passed to the competition provider should you be the winning entry. For full terms and conditions visit johnstonpress.co.uk/competition