North Notts Arena, on Eastgate, is the venue for the show, which promises to be a treat for lovers of the pop group Black Eyed Peas.
Enjoy all your favourite hits including Where Is The Love?, Don’t Stop The Party and I Gotta Feelin.
The Black Eyed Teaz are described as four accomplished performers, each a frontperson in their own right, with fabulous costumes constantly updated
And new songs are always being added to the show so it is fresh and up to the minute.
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What’s more, these guys replicate the sounds and look of the band perfectly, prompting some gig-goers to think they were the real thing.
The event has been organised by local man Steve Bowles who began fund raising for Guide Dog for the Blind after he got his guide dog May.
“I found out that it costs £50,000 to fund each dog from being six months old to about nine years, in training, vet bills and food,” said Steve, who lost his sight four years ago.
“May has changed my life completely and given me my independence.”
Tickets are priced at £10 and can be booked through the arena on 01909 480164.
There will also be the Phoenix Roadshow disco after the gig, and a huge raffle with great prizes to be won - including a signed Steven Gerrard photo and a night’s stay at Sheffield’s Hilton hotel.