A nightclub in Bury is taking revellers back to the 90s with an upcoming club night headlined by a dance hitmaker from the decade.

Club Den on Wellington Street will host Belgian Eurodance act Ian Van Dahl this summer along with Bury-based act Vivid Anthem.

Ian Van Dahl, the act behind the 1999 club classic Castles in the Sky, will bring his live DJ set to the venue on Friday, June 7 for anyone who loves trance, techno and a good rave.

Bury-based singer Elouise, who forms one half of Vivid Anthem with DJ Decade of Dance, says the show promises a mix of classics and modern remixes as well as a spectacular light show.

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Elouise, whose full name is Louise Freeman, said she hopes the night will be a great evening for fans of classic 90s dance anthems, as well as raising the profile of nightlife in Bury.

She said: “A lot of people still don’t know about Club Deb.

“Ged [Birch, also known as DJ Decade of Dance] is hosting the majority of nights there.

Bury Times: Bury duo-Vivid Anthem will support Ian Van Dahl at Club Den this summerBury duo-Vivid Anthem will support Ian Van Dahl at Club Den this summer (Image: Vivid Anthem)

“The show has incredible lighting and lasers which will run along with the show.”

Vivid Anthem will be supporting Van Dahl with two 45-minute sets before the main event which will go on until the early hours. The act, which five UK Top 10s, will be hosted by Bury’s own MC Genie.

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The Bury duo organised the show at Club Den, a furniture shop on one floor of a five-story mill, after meeting Van Dahl at a gig at last year’s Glaston-Bury Festival, which sees a number of acts hit the town centre in aid of Bury Hospice.

The venue, which opened in September 2023, has promised to bring a The Haçienda-style venue to the town playing mixes of disco, house and club classics but is only open to people aged 21 and over.

For tickets, visit Skiddle.