It is not long now until live music returns to the County Ground for the first time in years. 

On Saturday,  May 25, the football club's stadium will be welcoming Chris Moyles' 90s Hangover and the following day there will be the Could Be Real Tribute Festival. 

To drum up some excitement for the upcoming festivities, Swindon Town Football Club shared a video of Basshunter promoting his upcoming appearance at the Chris Moyles show. 

Tickets are available from Skiddle.

In the video, Basshunter, real name Jonas Erik Altberg, initially pretends to be Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

He says: "Hello everybody, my name is Jurgen Klopp, Salah was not too good today, but that's okay, that's why I'm leaving. I'm Basshunter actually."

He then says: "I am going to Swindon f***ing whatever it's called on the 25th of May."

He is then reminded by someone off camera that it's at the football stadium, before adding "Sorry, this is very spontaneous."

He then asks "Is it clubland?"

The off-camera person then says: "90s Hangover."

Basshunter then said: "90s Hangover, if you be there I'll be there as well, hopefully."

In the post with the video on Facebook, a club spokesperson said; "Join him and a star-studded 90s line-up including The Lightning Seeds, Atomic Kitten and Five and many more."