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Laura Tesoro shines in ‘ the largest Café ‘

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Saturday night the Ethias Arena in Hasselt formed the setting for the largest Cera Café. Many Flemish artists made their appearance with Miguel Wiels and Peter Van de Veire as café bosses who everything led.

For the second edition of the largest Cera Café turned Wiels and Van Rensburg some big names and unique combinations out of their hat. Free Sauffriau and Laura Tesoro opened the evening with the classic “Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen. Subsequently changed a sing-along the other. So there were various medleys under the leadership of the band Café Faisal who at the end of the first part the fun of our northern neighbors and their absence at the upcoming European Football Championship. Niels Destadsbader and Jonas Velasco gave the best of themselves and had the audience in no time on their hand. Also Milk Inc. succeeded in smoothly there. Regi and Linda are back with a vengeance and would have the greatest difficulty in choosing the songs as their list of hits is endless.

Laura Tesoro if after her duet with Saifi some times the stage. Peter Van de Veire took out the Belgian flag above and the Hall went from her roof at the time What’s The Pressure was deployed. Tesoro also Uptown Funk brought afterward by Bruno Mars and Sorry by Justin Bieber with gusto.

The second part of the evening was deployed by Natalia who for the occasion also the comeback of The Dinky Toys with color. As a voluptuous woman sported them in Declaracíon de Amor. KIA also made a return to the big stage, Ian Thomas left his versatility seen in songs like Blurred Lines and Cheers. Further also the schlager fans came into their own during the polonaise medley and a tasty DJ set by DJ Flamand, the pseudonym of Peter Van de Veire.

The crowd enjoyed the variety of acts and original collaborations between the artists. Hasselt knew this second edition of the largest Cera Café -the first on Hasselt bottom-clear.