"I Love the ’90s Tour" Will Begin Residency at Paris Las Vegas

The "I Love the ’90s Tour" will become the "I Love the ’90s – The Vegas Show" beginning October 12. Hosted at Paris Las Vegas, the 90-minute dance party will feature a variety of ’90s stars, beginning with Salt-N-Pepa, Rob Base and All-4-One.

The show’s starting lineup, joined by Dru Hill’s Sisqó, broke the news last night. Putting on a pop-up concert at Paris Las Vegas, the artists announced the performance’s October debut to hundreds of onlookers. In the future, the I LOVE THE ’90s show will feature Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath, Kid ’n Play and Dru Hill.

Beginning in 2016, the I LOVE THE ’90s TOUR featured a variety of ’90s artists, traveling through the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand across hundreds of performances. The upcoming Las Vegas show will be produced by UD Factory, Universal Attractions Agency and Salt-N-Pepa.

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I LOVE THE ’90s – THE VEGAS SHOW will take the stage on select evenings at 9 p.m. beginning October 12. Tickets will be available for purchase on Ticketmaster.com starting July 27. The performance will be hosted in the 1,400-seat Paris Theater.

Paris Las Vegas, known for its 46-story replica Eiffel Tower, provides 2,900 rooms and suites and includes an 85,000 square-foot casino. The property includes the Paris Spa by Mandara, French retail shopping and eleven restaurants.

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