Acts from golden era of dance to celebrate club classic
The Time Frequency shot into the charts with their remix of Real Love in 1993.
Some of the greatest acts from the golden era of dance music are set to come together in Scotland to celebrate 25 years of a club classic.
The Time Frequency (TTF) released their remix of Real Love in 1993, which peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart.
In celebration of their historic smash hit, the Scottish band will headline a jam-packed concert at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh (RHC) with support from the likes of Corona (The Rhythm of the Night), Snap! (Rhythm is a Dancer), Real McCoy (Another Night), Livin' Joy (Dreamer), Culture Beat (Mr. Vain), Alice DJ, Ian Van Dahl and George Bowie.
TTF frontman Jon Campbell said: "I cannot believe that 25 years later, Real Love is still one of the most recognised dance songs around.
"I am really looking forward to performing at the RHC and cannot wait for the fans to enjoy the dance powerhouse anthems of Livin' Joy, Real McCoy, Snap!, Ian Van Dahl and many more."
Mark Currie, head of operations at the RHC, added: "We look forward to welcoming TTF to the RHC.
"The event support line-up has some of the most well-known names in the dance arena, and we are happy to host the Real McCoy, Corona and Culture Beat for their first ever Scottish performances."
The event will take place on December 8 from 4pm. For more information and the full line-up, go to royalhighlandcentre.co.uk/events/ttf-25-years-of-real-love.