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Don your overalls, flannels and snap bracelets and lace up those Jordans. We’re going back in time with I Love The 90s! It’s a great concert that’s coming to Fairplex in Pomona, California, on May 27, 2023, at 7:30 pm.
Vanilla Ice burst on the scene in 1989 with his Number One hit record “To The Extreme.” It was the first hip hop single to top the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Then “Ice Ice Baby” went to Number One and got platinum certification in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and the U.K. Next was “Play That Funky Music” which made it into the Top 20. Then came a few bad movies and reality appearances. Now Vanilla Ice is focusing entirely on his music.
Tone Loc is the stage name of Anthony Terrell Smith, a rapper. Tone Loc was his gang name with Tone being short for Tony and Loc being short for Loco. He’s no longer in a gang but he kept the name. Tone Loc reached stardom in 1989 with “Wild Thing” becoming a massive hit. He’s also an actor and appeared in “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” (1994), “Heat” (1995) and “C Bear & Jamal” (1996).
All 4 One
All 4 One is a Grammy Award and American Music Award winning R&B group. Their biggest hits include “I Swear” (1994), “So Much In Love,” (1994), “These Arms” (1995), “She’s Got Skillz” (1994), “I Can Love You Like That” (1995), “These Arms” (1995), “I Turn To You” (1996), “Someday” (1996) and “Now That We’re Together” (2015). Members of the group include Jamie Jones (lead vocalist), Tony Borowiak, Delicious Kennedy and Alfred Nevarez.
Color Me Badd
Color Me Badd is a contemporary R&B group formed in 1985 in Oklahoma City. Members include lead singer Bryan Abrams (lead vocalist), Kevin Thornton (baritone), Mark Calderon (tenor) and Sam Walters (second tenor). Hit songs include “All 4 Love” (1991), “I Adore Mi Amor” (1991), “I Wanna Sex You Up” (1991), “Thinkin’ Back” (!991), “Close To Heaven” (1993), “The Earth, The Sun, The Rain” (1996), and “Sexual Capacity” (1996).
Young MC is the stage name for Marvin Young, a rapper, singer and actor. He’s best known for his 1989 hit, “Bust A Move.” Other hit songs include “Know How,” “Come Off,” “Got More Rhymes,”Principal’s Office,” and “Fastest Rhyme.”
Are you looking to save money on this concert? Of course, you are. Book your ticket here and you can save $23.50 to $57.50 (40% to 45% discount) on each ticket. The savings is automatic. You won’t even have to enter a discount code or a promo code.
And your ticket will also include same day admission to the Los Angeles County Fair, saving you $12!