Latvian chart sensation Rassel;, Sabine Berezina and Edvards Grieze wow Wisbech crowd

PUBLISHED: 14:40 23 September 2017 | UPDATED: 14:40 23 September 2017

Crowd enjoying the night

Crowd enjoying the night

The Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech hosted a party with international flavour.

The Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech hosted an international party on September 16. The Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech hosted an international party on September 16.

A bumper crowd of all nationalities and ages were treated to a set from DJ Gunchs before the main event, Latvian chart sensation Rassel;, Sabine Berezina and Edvards Grieze took to the stage and entertained with an energetic set.

Aigars Balsevics, from AA Brothers, which organised the event, said: “What a brilliant night. It was so great to see so many in Wisbech from different backgrounds mixing and enjoying themselves.”

Rassell, Sabrine Berezina and Edvards Grieze entertaining the crowd. Rassell, Sabrine Berezina and Edvards Grieze entertaining the crowd.

Mayor of Wisbech, Councillor Steve Tierney, introduced the acts. He said: “The atmosphere was brilliant and there was a really nice mix of people there from all different places.

“The DJ was great and really got the crowd moving and the acts themselves were excellent.

Mayor Steve Tierney introducing the acts Mayor Steve Tierney introducing the acts

“It was a nice international party night where everybody seemed to be having a lot of fun.”

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