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Robin S, Crystal Waters, Black Box, Bob Mabena, DJ Fresh to headline ’90s Decade Fest

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Robin S, Crystal Waters, Black Box, Bob Mabena, DJ Fresh to headline ’90s Decade Fest

Taking place in September

Italian house music group popular Black Box, together with Robin S and Crystal Waters will headline the first 90s Decade Festival.

 

 

Taking place on Saturday, 7th September 2019 at Montecasino, the festival pays homage to the 90s music. Local acts to perform on the day includes Boom Shaka, MarcAlex, Bob Mabena, DJ Fresh & Glen Lewis.

“Our first edition of the DECADE FESTIVAL promises to be an incredible day out. Musically, we have put together an unbelievable selection of the greatest and most iconic talents from the dance-floor & radio frequencies of the ‘90s in a concert setting to relive one magical night of the music that is the life soundtrack to so many of us. Tickets are already on sale and selling fast – make us you get yours now!” encourages Event Organizer, Guy Herman.

Tickets are already selling via howler.co.za:

  • General Access R300 (Phases 1)
  • VIP Access R450 (Phase 1)

 

ROBIN S

New York’s own multiple awarding Robin S owned the dance floors with her hit single ‘Show Me Love’ in the ’90s. She has continued to make an impact across the globe with singles such as ‘Love For Love’, ‘What I Do Best’, ‘I Want To Thank You’ and ‘It Must Be Love’ as well as TV appearances and a string of tours around the globe.

BLACK BOX

One of the leading exponents of a wave of Italian house music that flourished on the dance floors of the late 80s and early 90s. they churned out more than a dozen singles a year. This included ‘Ride On Time’ which become one of the best dance selling records of all time.

CRYSTAL WATERS
Best known for 1991’s “Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless)” and 1994’s “100% Pure Love.”, this multi award-winning musical genius gave us music to dance through all through the ’90s. She was a global sensation in the ’90s and still performs across the globe regularly.

 


 

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