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Diana Ross, music legend, hypnotized crowds in the moonlight while she performed at The Cambridge Club Festival to thousands of festival-goers.
The Motown superstar headlined the bill at the three-day event at Childerley Orchard one week on from playing to the royal family as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The 78-year old had no less than three outfit changes while belting out her hits from the decades starting with The Supremes days of ‘Baby Love’ To 80 ‘Upside Down’.
And the Chain Reaction hitmaker was not the only act to appear in the county over the weekend – the Cambridge Club bill was a jam-packed feast of soul superstars of yesteryear.
On Saturday night, music legends Nile Rodgers & Chic performed an emotional set for 10,000 festival-goers.
The impeccable, soulful vocals of Chic – most notably on a edgier version of Daft Punk’s 2013 global smash ‘Get Lucky’ – got everyone up on their feet.
Rodgers, 69 years old, stated that he was simply “happy to be alive”He revealed to revellers that his two-time battle with cancer was the reason he was there.
“You are one funky-ass crowd Cambridge,” he said – as he went on to namedrop pop stars he had worked with from David Bowie to Lady Gaga.
After arriving late on Saturday night, mega-group The Jacksons of Jackson 5 performed a polished set featuring their greatest hits to kickstart the summer season tour.
Highlights of the weekend included Gabrielle, a nineties R&B popstar who sang her 1999 number 10 hit. ‘Sunshine’ in 22 degrees Cambridgeshire heat.
Fresh from appearing on ITV’s The Masked Singer the 52-year-old had a genuine warmth and charm as she offered insights into her career in-between songs.
Noughties popstar Corinne Bailey Rae’s set was also the perfect sunny Sunday afternoon backdrop, as she danced on stage in a floaty turquoise gown to an encore of her biggest hit ‘Put Your Records On’.
However, Cambridge Club didn’t only impress with its big name acts – there was something for everyone.
There are also daytime yoga sessions, kid-friendly entertainment, and a VIP area for VIP hospitality.
Their social media pages were filled with glittery outfits and DJ sets by celebrities, from Sara Cox and Dick to Dom.
“We play anything,” yelled Dick and Dom on the Big Top stage on Saturday, as they played Wizzard’s ‘I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday’(!).
Neon-clad dancers pumped up crowds at the Imagination Stage. A 80s disco party was held, Horse Meat Disco played dance hits and BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Trevor Nelson played soul songs across the field.
Cambridge Club simply impressed us with their funk-fuelled line-up, wide-ranging range of culture and chilled-out family fun that guaranteed an unforgettable evening.
We can’t wait for the uber chic festival to return in 2023.