It’s not just a show, it’s an extravaganza! Three of your favourite International 90s Dance Superstars join together for a night of Mega 90s hits!
Are you ready for this? 2 Unlimited (Netherlands) will hit New Zealand for the very first time in April 2017 to perform all their biggest hits including No Limit, Get Ready for This, Twilight Zone, Tribal Dance, Workaholic and more. The techno/dance-pop phenomenon known as 2 UNLIMITED had 5 Top 40 New Zealand hits and have sold over 20 million records worldwide.
‘’Explosive, energetic and sparkling’’ Real McCoy (Germany) will instantly take you back to the 90’s with their mega hits Runaway, Love & Devotion, Another Night, One More Time & Come and Get Your Love. The German dance/ rap group have announced original studio singer Karin Kasar has reunited with founding member and rapper O-Jay, giving you the opportunity to see the original line up.
When Technotronic (Belgium) released Pump Up The Jam it sounded fresh and exciting and unlike anything else at the time. It paved the way for dance-pop, house, and rap to enter the mainstream charts. The Belgian superstars followed up Pump Up The Jam with more hits, Get Up! (Before the Night Is Over) and This Beat Is Technotronic.
Mega 90s 2017 - 2 Unlimited, Real McCoy & Technotronic
Saturday April 1st: Town Hall, Auckland
Pre-Sale: 11th October at 10am to 12th October at 5pm (local times)
On-Sale: 13th October at 9am (local times)
Tickets via http://metropolistouring.com/mega90snz
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