DANCE and electronic legends, Freemasons are set to play The Venue, St Helens on Saturday, March 2.

Widely regarded as one of the UK’s most successful dance acts, Freemasons have produced and remixed numerous hit tracks.

First coming the attention of the clubbing-world in 2005 with Love On My Mind feat. Amanda Wilson, the dance duo released a string of tracks which became instant dancefloor favourites across the UK.

Freemasons’ remixing of tracks from Beyonce’s 2006 album B-Day, drew them even further into the limelight as the remixes gained radio airplay across Europe.

Their biggest success came in 2007 when the duo released a cover of Alanis Morissette’s Univited, which featured haunting vocals from Bailey Tzuke (daughter of legendary singer Judie Tzuke). The single was Freemasons’ highest selling track and reached the Top 10 in the UK singles chart.

Two years later, the band famously collaborated with Sophie Ellis-Bextor on Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer; an instantly recognisable track which became a favourite on radio stations and dancefloors alike.

Spending a couple of years experimenting with their sound to appeal to the changing club-scene, Freemasons have spent the past few years working with likes of Shakira, Alexandra Burke and Taio Cruz.

Expected to be a sell-out night with a bar licensed until 5am, Freemasons’ appearance at The Venue is a must-see for any fan of dance music. For more information, visit .