The "I Love The 90s" Tour has been touring for several years, and it has made several  previous stops in Minnesota, and it's coming back, this time with a few new names added to the lineup.

The tour travels with a variety of acts, generally Vanilla Ice is the headliner, and a rotating roster of other artists fills the lineup, when the tour stopped in Duluth at Bayfront Park in 2021, the lineup included Vanilla Ice, Coolio (RIP), and Young MC.

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The I Love The 90s tour will stop at the Otter Creek Event Center at Black Bear Casino in Carlton on Saturday, September 14, 2024, the tour previously was there in 2017 with Vanilla Ice, Salt-n-Pepa, and Coolio, this time around the lineup is:

  • Vanilla Ice
  • DJ Jazzy Jeff
  • 2 Live Crew
  • Tone Loc
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This show has reserved seats, ticket prices range from $90 to $140, and they are on sale now at the Black Bear Casino Resort Players Club or online here.

Vanilla Ice, the artist behind the mega-hit "Ice Ice Baby," is headlining this epic throwback concert. Remember his catchy rhymes and the unforgettable "Ninja Rap" from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II soundtrack? He's an icon of the era! Joining him is the one and only Tone Lōc, with his instantly recognizable voice and chart-toppers like "Wild Thing" and "Funky Cold Medina."

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This lineup wouldn't be complete without some old-school Miami flavor. 2 Live Crew will bring their VERY controversial and high-energy hits that helped define late 80s/early 90s hip hop. And let's not forget the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff, one half of the iconic duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. His turntable skills and fresh beats are sure to get the crowd moving!

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