I Love the ’90s tour announced for Abbotsford Centre

Production features Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa and more

Salt-N-Pepa are among the performers coming to Abbotsford in April as part of the I Love the '90s tour.

Salt-N-Pepa are among the performers coming to Abbotsford in April as part of the I Love the '90s tour.

The I Love the ’90s musical tour has been announced for Abbotsford Centre on Saturday, April 22.

The show, which made 110 stops across North America this year, features a rotating lineup of the ’90s most iconic acts, including Vanilla Ice and Salt-N-Pepa.

The top-selling tour originally announced only 29 dates, but eventually racked up 110 shows and sold out a number of venues across the U.S.

The momentum continues in 2017 with more than 40 new stops in the U.S. and its first international leg in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Returning in 2017 is headliner Vanilla Ice, star of the DIY Network’s Vanilla Ice Project and fresh off of his Dancing with the Stars appearance.

Also returning in 2017 are co-headliners and fan favorites Salt-N-Pepa, with special guests Rob Base, All 4 One, Color Me Badd, and Young MC.

As the package tour continues selling out venues across the nation and now the globe, plans are in the works for an I Love the ’90s Tour – The Party Continues.

The newest installment will feature even more beloved stars from the era, giving audiences another opportunity to rediscover the music that influenced and defined a generation and contributed to making the ’90s a decade to remember.

The Abbotsford show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 16 at 10 a.m.

Tickets range from $35.75 to $85.75. They are available at abbotsfordcentre.ca, the venue box office or charge by phone at 1-855-985-5000.

 

 

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