I Love the 90's Tour Draws 5,000 to Intrust Bank Arena
Wichita fans of 90’s music braved Thursday night’s storm for an opportunity relive the decade with a live performance from Salt-N-Pepa, and several other influential pre-2000 music artists.
Featuring Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Tone Loc, Kid-N- Play, Color Me Badd, and All-4-One, the I Love the 90’s tour drew a crowd of 5,000 to Intrust Bank Arena.
Filled with fans clad in the fashion of the 1990’s, the arena offered fans a night of fun. Nearly 20 years since the 90’s, the performances were not the same as they had once been, but the crowd was enthusiastic nonetheless, singing along and dancing through the night.
Crowds cheered as Tone Loc took the stage, performing his hits “Funky Cold Medina” and “Wild Thing.”
Grammy Winning group All-4-One, known for hits like “I Swear,” and “I Can Love You Like That” was a high point of the night, despite being short a member as Alfred Nevarez was unable to attend.
As expected, Kid ‘n Play danced just as they did when their song “Ain’t Gonna Hurt Nobody” was released.
Salt-N-Pepa performed with DJ Spinderella, and the three pushed it real good. They performed several other hits, too, though some were lesser-known.
Vanilla Ice offered a few covers, and commanded crowds to stop, collaborate and listen in his hit “Ice Ice Baby.”