Nero confirm concert for the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

18:05 30 January 2012

Nero will be appearing at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield in March

Nero will be appearing at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield in March

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CHART-TOPPING dubstep duo Nero have added a Hatfield date to their forthcoming Second Reality UK tour.

Currently one of the biggest names in dance music, Nero – aka Joe Ray and Dan Stephens – will appear live at the Forum Hertfordshire on Monday, March 12.

The band topped the album charts last year with debut Welcome Reality, driven by hits Me & You, Guilt and Promises, which also reached number one in the UK singles charts.

Reaching Out, which samples Hall & Oates song Out of Touch, was released as a single just before Christmas.

Nero were also the only British dance act of 2011 to have a number one album.

Tickets for their Hatfield live set cost £16.50 in advance and are on sale now from the Forum’s website at www.forumhertfordshire.co.uk

Under-14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Doors open at 7pm.

* Chart-topping British rapper Wretch 32 is also coming to the Forum later this year.

The former grime MC from Tottenham, real name Jermaine Scott, has a full live show at the College Lane venue on Saturday, May 12.

Wretch 32 scored his first UK number one last year with Don’t Go.

Tickets for his Hatfield show cost £12.50 in advance.

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