MJR & NOVA by Association with UAA


MJR Presents and Nova’s Throwback Thursday invites you to stop, collaborate and listen to the biggest 90’s tour announce for 2017.

What do the hits ‘Push It’, ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’, ‘Ice Ice Baby’, ‘Funky Cold Medina’, ‘Bust a Move’ and ‘I Wanna Sex U Up’ have in common? They are some of the most iconic songs of the 90s and this coming June, MJR gives you the artists behind the hits, together for one big party as the original ‘I Love the 90s’ tour hits Australia for the very first time.

After selling out arenas across America, ‘I Love the 90s’ invites Australia to reminisce about the trend- setting decade with some of the most iconic, indelible names in rap, hip hop and R&B. With live sets from Vanilla Ice, Salt N Pepa, Color Me Badd, Tone Loc, Coolio and Young MC, ‘I Love the 90’s’ is set to be the year’s biggest party with dancefloors across Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Auckland and Christchurch ready for move busting.

Meet & Greet
Photo Opportunity
VIP Laminate and Matching Lanyard
Tour Poster
Stubby Cooler
Early Admission to Merch Stand
Early entry to get up the front (or best seats in the house)
VIP Laminate & Matching Lanyard
Tour Poster
Stubby Cooler
Early admission to merch stand
Early entry to get up the front (or best seats in the house)

I Love the ‘90s’ Tour features:

vanilla ice_black

Rapper, actor and reality star Vanilla Ice is one of the 90s most recognisable names, with his global crossover hit ‘Ice Ice Baby’ crossing rap over to the mainstream. His platinum record ‘To the Extreme’ is one of the highest selling rap albums of all time while his extracurricular activities have including ICP’s Juggalo Championship Wrestling, appearing in reality series ‘Surreal Life’, cameos in a dozen films and competing in this year’s US Dancing with the Stars.


The world’s most iconic female rap group Salt n Pepa have been delighting audiences for over three decades with hits including ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’, ‘Push It’, ‘Shoop’, ‘Whattaman’ and many more. They became the first female rap artists to win a Grammy Award and their 1993 album ‘Very Necessary’ remains the best-selling album from a female rap act.

color me badd

One of the first purveyors of the 90s new jack swing movement, Color Me Badd were one of the original boy bands, with their smash hit ‘I Wanna Sex You Up’ delighting teenagers and concerning parents right across 1991. Their Followup hits ‘I Adore Mi Amore’ and ‘All 4 Love’ made the band one of the biggest vocal groups in the world as they topped the US charts and became fixtures in the Australian top 10.

tone loc

With two million-selling singles ‘Wild Thing’ and ‘Funky Cold Medina’, Tone Loc was one of the early 90s biggest stars with his Grammy and American Music Award nominated album ‘Loc-ed After Dark’ becoming one of the most important rap albums of the 90s.


A global phenomenon, Gangsta’s Paradise was the highest selling single of 1995 hitting the #1 spot across the world and cementing Coolio as one of the decade’s most important rap stars. With subsequent dancefloor hits including ‘Fantastic Voyage’ and 1,2,3,4 (Sumpin New)’ and a lengthy list of TV and film credits, Coolio remains a major force.

young mc

Young MC broke through in the 90s with his seminal hit ‘Bust a Move’, which won him a Grammy for Best Rap Performance. He continues to release music with eight albums to his name.

 Saturday 3rd June
The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand

Sunday 4th June
Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, New Zealand

Tuesday 6th June
Titanium Security Arena, Adelaide, SA

Wednesday 7th June
Hisense Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Friday 9th June
Qudos Arena, Sydney, NSW

Saturday 10th June
Eaton’s Hill Hotel , Brisbane, QLD


Sunday 11th June
Gardens Amphitheatre , Darwin, NT

Tuesday 13th June
Perth Arena, Perth, WA

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