FOR nearly 20 years they have brought their own unique parties to audiences worldwide, selling more than 20 million singles and five million albums in the process, and now the Vengaboys have been announced on a huge UK arena tour with 90s icons Steps beginning this month. 

Emerging in 1998, the Vengaboys had back to back multi-platinum hits with We Like to Party!, Boom, Boom, Boom Boom!! and We’re Going to Ibiza, reaching the top of the charts in over 25 countries across the globe. 

Over the next three years the Dutch group, comprising D-Nice, Kim Sasabone, Ma’Donny and Robin Pors, were nominated for MTV Best Breakthrough of the Year, reached the top of the Billboard Dance Charts, and in 1999 were Holland’s most successful export that year, beating tulips, smokeable agricultural products and cheese.

Following a hiatus in 2002, the group reconvened in 2007 and have been on their #NonstopWorldTour ever since, partying just as hard all these years on, racking up more than 1.7 million plays on Spotify every month.

The Vengaboys will now be on a UK tour with Steps throughout November and December, bringing the Venga Party across the nation for a spectacular 90s renaissance, ahead of new music planned for next year. 

On performing with Steps and bringing their shows to the UK, D-Nice says: “The Vengaboys story is a total adventure. It takes us around the world in an unstoppable fun-fest. And we’re loving our Nonstop World Tour.”

This tour will be stopping at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, on Wednesday, November 29, and Sunday, December 10. 

The Argus has teamed up with the event to offer a pair of tickets to two lucky winners to the show at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on November 29. 
To be in with a chance of winning, just answer the following question: In what year did the group Vengaboys emerge?

Send your answer, name, address and contact details on a postcard to Vengaboys Competition, Samantha Newman, South Wales Argus, Cardiff Road, Newport, NP20 3QN or you can enter by text. Start your message with VENGA, leave a space and then send your answer, name and address to 80360. Messages cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Service provided by Newsquest Media Group. Terms and Conditions at

Closing date: November 26, 2017.