Casino 2000 has announced a varied entertainment programme for the coming months, including tribute acts to the Bee Gees, Leonard Cohen and George Michael.
First up, Doug Tenza, under his artist name Douglas, will be putting on a tribute concert to the late pop icon George Michael on Sunday 13 May 2018. Douglas was spotted in a Parisian cabaret by the famous producer Orlando, brother of Dalida. He has recorded two singles and several radio and TV, including on the show "The Voice".
Next, on Saturday 2 June, Canadian singer-entertainer Natasha St-Pier will be performing some of her classics as well as her new work.
One week later, on Sunday 10 June, Roland Helm and his group will be performing hits by legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen, from “First we take Manhattan” and "Hallelujah" to "Suzanne" and "Like a bird on the wire". Helm and his group are currently the only German band to offer a tribute to Leonard Cohen.
On Friday 29 June, Casino 2000 will host “Night Fever - The Very Best of The Bee Gees”, an event celebrating the success of the legendary Bee Gees, a band that had countless hits and more than 100 million records sold worldwide.
Nostalgic for the 90s? Londonbeat will be present on Saturday 28 July with their biggest hit "I've been thinking about you" ranked number 1 in no less than 27 countries around the world. Likewise, the hit "Everybody Dance Now" by C + C Music Factory went 5 times platinum and was number 1 in the US and Europe.
Finally, Emile & Images will be performing on 22 September, the duo Chimène Badi and Julie Zenatti on 12 October, Patrick Sebastien will be playing his new show on 22 November and Laura Laune will be showcasing her offbeat humour on 29 November.