The Vengabus is coming to Stirling this September

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The Vengaboys will be swapping out Ibiza for Stirling, as they gear up to perform as the main attraction for Fresher’s Week 2019.

Stirling Student’s Union announced today that the ‘Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom’ singers will be playing all their favourite hits to Stirling students this September, as part of a jam-packed week of activities to get incoming students used to the university.

The Student’s Union has a history of booking cheesy but lovable acts to headline the week, with previous acts including Cascada and the Chuckle Brothers.

And the Vengaboys, too, are no stranger to Stirling, having performed at Fresher’s Week back in 2015.

Fresher’s Week will run from September 7-15, with a different event taking place each evening.

However, the Vengaboys will not be the only big names on campus during fresher’s.

S Club 3, which consists of former S Club 7 members Jo O’Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Tina Barrett, will also be taking to the Venue stage, hoping to take us ‘One Step Closer’ to heaven.

And Shaun Wallace, better known as the ‘Dark Destroyer’ on the ITV’s The Chase, will also be making a guest appearance.

With other entertainment to include drag bingo, a ceilidh, a paint party and a comedy night, there will be something for everyone.

There will also be plenty of events on during the day, for first-years to learn more about their surroundings.

As well as a plethera of free pizza and other freebies to be on offer, there will also be a chance to meet the committees of the sports teams, clubs or societies that you are interested in joining, and sign up for Give it a Go (taster) sessions.

Local nightclubs Fubar and Dusk will also be releasing their full list of events in due course.

‘F passes’, which allows entry into all official Fresher’s Week events, go on sale tomorrow at http://www.stirlingstuddentsunion.com

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