Two 1980s pop acts, the Christians and Andrew Roachford, can be seen at the Playhouse Whitley Bay on Saturday.
Tickets for the double bill cost £27.50. Go to www.playhousewhitleybay.co.uk for details.
The Christians’ biggest hit was a cover of the Isley Brothers’ harvest for the World, a No 8 in 1988.
Roachford’s was Cuddly Toy, a No 4 that same year.
The Christians, formed in Liverpool in 1985 and reunited in 1999 after splitting up four years previously, also hit the top 20 with Ideal World, a No 14 in 1987, and Words, a No 18 in 1989.
They have notched up two top 10 albums too, their self-titled debut, a No 2 in 1987, and Colour, a chart-topper in 1990.
Londoner Roachford, 50, has had one other top 20 single, The Way I Feel, a No 20 in 1997, and three top 20 albums – his self-titled debut, a No 11 in 1988; Get Ready!, a No 20 in 1991; and Feel, a No 19 in 1997.
The gig is part of an 11-date co-headlining national tour.
This is the Christians’ second North Tyneside date in a matter of months, following their Mouth of the Tyne Festival slot at Tynemouth in July.