Support from Ezekiel, Natural Vibes and Feng Shui
Two stars of hit High School drama, Waterloo Road, will be performing in soul and blues band, The Du'Montts.
Known for their starring roles as 'terrible twosome' Rhona and Shona in the hit BBC show, identical twins Hope and Millie Katana first burst to stardom when they became the youngest ever performers at Radio One's Big Weekender.
The talented duo have the ability to captivate an audience with their nostalgic, new-age motown vocals, and posses the skill and drive to entertain.
With a childhood steeped with rich music culture, the Manchester born siblings grew up surrounded by great British music, and have become influenced by iconic soul and rhythm and blues artists such as Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross and Diana Ross.
Such artists have undoubtedly helped shape The Du'Montts almost signature sound - a sound which they describe as 'bringing the love for old school soul and RnB together'.
Ezekiel is emerging as one of, if not the hottest urban prospects, not just in the UK, but in Scandinavia and Africa. His first official release on Ugly Boy Entertainment, Clap 4 Me was a massive commercial and underground success. The video was played heavily on radio and various TV channels including Channel AKA and MTV Base. As a result, the single earned him supporting dates with some of the biggest acts in the world including Akon and reggaeton’s own, Don Omar.
Suitable for ages 14+