Belgium's Golden Years live nostalgia concept is to be exported to the Netherlands, organizers said today.

For the first time, Amsterdam's 4,500-capacity Heineken Music Hall will this year host a "Golden Years" concert, where artists from the 1960s and 1970s perform their greatest hits.

The Dec. 7 Dutch show will be produced by PSE Holland, sister company of PSE Belgium, organizers of the Night of the Proms and the Clouseau concert specials.

"The Golden Years continue to do very well, after so many years. And that's why we decided to launch the show in Holland," says Jan Van Esbroeck, managing director of PSE Music Belgium,

Veteran acts such as Dave Edmunds, The Rubettes, the Tremeloes, Sweet and Alvin Stardust are lined-up to perform at the Dutch premiere, and the following night for the 19th annual edition at Belgium's Sportpaleis Antwerp.

"The Golden Years span a wide range of generations," says Gardin, who is managing director of organizers The Musical Box, "and with ticket rates between €22.50 ($31) and €42.50 ($58) we offer a very accessible show."