Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 

I Love The 90's returns to Auckland

I Love The 90's returns to Auckland with Naughty By Nature, Blackstreet, Sisqo,Montell Jordan and more

This is how we do it New Zealand! The 90's are back with ‘I Love the 90's: The Party Continues' heading to Auckland in March.

Following on from acclaimed shows across Australia and New Zealand earlier this year, a new line-up of the 90's hottest acts is gonna make you sweat, bringing the best in hip hop, R&B and dance from Naughty by Nature (‘OPP’, ‘Hip Hop Hooray’), Blackstreet (‘No Diggity’), Sisqo (‘The Thong Song’), Montell Jordan (‘This Is How We Do It’), All 4 One (‘I Swear’), Rob Base (‘It Takes Two’), C&C Music Factory with Freedom Williams (‘Gonna Make You Sweat’, ‘Things That Make You Go Hmm’) and Snap (‘The Power’, ‘Rhythm Is A Dancer’).

Those who caught the original ‘I Love the 90's' tour earlier this year will know exactly what to expect: a night full of fun, dancing and nostalgia celebrating the songs that defined a generation. With eight hitmakers playing across the night, ‘I Love the 90's: The Party Continues’ promises hit after hit after hit.

“Hey Auckland, Let’s have a party.
We’re excited to be coming over.
See you at the shows. Let get this party started!”
– Blackstreet

“The 90’s are alive and we are going to live them again on this tour!
It takes two plus you and we have a party.”
– Rob Base

Tickets for 2018’s biggest 90's party go on sale Friday September 29 fromwww.mjrpresents.com


ENDS


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Howard Davis: Roddy Doyle's Grim and Gritty Rosie

Although it was completed over two years ago, Roddy Doyle's first original screenplay in over eighteen years has only just arrived in New Zealand. It's been well worth the wait. More>>

Howard Davis: Naming Names - The Personal History of David Copperfield

Emmy winner and Oscar nominee Armando Iannucci has re-imagined Charles Dickens’ tribute to grit and perseverance through the comedic lens of colour-blind casting, giving the narrative new life for a woke age. More>>

 
 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • CULTURE
  • HEALTH
  • EDUCATION
 


 
  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Auckland