Doors Open at 6:30pm. Show starts at 7:30pm on July 29, 2016.
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The 90's are back! Salt-n-Pepa headlines this stacked concert tour, which unites a whole bunch of 90's music legends. Salt-n-Pepa is comprised of Cheryl James (Salt), Sandra Denton (Pepa) and Grammy award winning DJ, producer, rapper and writer Spinderella, who replaced Latoya Hanson. Salt-n-Pepa played a huge part in breaking rap into the mainstream, and feminist-centric rap at that, with tracks like "Push It" and "Let's Talk About Sex", "Shoop";, & "Whatta' Man".
Vanilla Ice who's 1990 single "Ice Ice Baby" is the next up. This song was the first hip hop single to top the Billboard charts. In 2009, Ice began hosting The Vanilla Ice Project on DIY Network. The third act up is Kid 'n Play whose most successful hits were 1989's "Rollin' with Kid 'n Play", 1990's "Funhouse" and "Ain't Gonna' Hurt Nobody". The groups stage show highlighted their teen-friendly personalities, and dances such as their trademark, the Kick Step.
Best known for the multi-platinum 1988 hip-hop classic "It Takes Two" Rob Base is up next. Base rode the hit into dance clubs and eventually the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 providing a touchstone for the style known as hip-house. Both the single and album eventually went Platinum and Base and E-Z Rock were awarded Single of the Year by Spin. The second single "Get on the Dance Floor" continued the duos dance appeal. E-Z Rock died in 2014 but Base has continued to perform as a solo. Then there's Tone Loc, an American Hip Hop Artist and actor most known for deep gravely, hoarse voice. His big hit singles in 1989 were "Wild Thing" and "Funky Cold Medina". Both involved a notable collaboration with fellow pop rap artist Young MC.
Young MC, English-born singer rapper and actor is No. 6 to hit the stage. Young M.C. gained fame with the release of "Bust a Move" which reached No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance. the single helped Young's debut album, Stone cold Rhymin', to reach No. 9 on the Billboard 200 and attain Platinum status in the US. His follow up single "Principles Office" reached No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was named Best Rap Video at the 1990 MTV Video Music Awards.