'I Love the 90s Tour' with Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa and others coming to Colorado Springs

By Jen Mulson Updated: August 9, 2017 at 7:34 am • Published: August 8, 2017 0
photo - Rapper Vanilla Ice will headline the "I Love the 90s Tour" coming to The Broadmoor World Arena on Oct. 21. Courtesy.
Rapper Vanilla Ice will headline the "I Love the 90s Tour" coming to The Broadmoor World Arena on Oct. 21. Courtesy.

Relive your '90s nostalgia when the "I Love the 90s Tour" pops into The Broadmoor World Arena on Oct. 21.

Famous acts include Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa, Rob Base, Coolio and Young MC.

Ticket prices are TBA and go on sale Friday. Call 888-929-7849 or go online to axs.com or broadmoorworldarena.com.

Headliner Vanilla Ice is well-known for his hit 1990 single "Ice Ice Baby." The rapper has hosted "The Vanilla Ice Project," a home remodeling show on DIY Network, since 2010.

One of the first all-female rap groups, the trio Salt-N-Pepa, formed in 1985 and is famous for songs such as the 1986 "Push It" and 1990 single "Let's Talk About Sex." Rob Base was one half of a hip-hop duo with DJ E-Z Rock. E-Z rock died in 2014, but their hit 1988 single "It Takes Two" lives on.

The popular '90s tour first rolled across the country last year and sold out a number of arenas.

Also coming to The Broadmoor World Arena is Face Vocal Band, an a cappella rock band, that will perform Dec. 22

The five-person band was founded in Boulder more than 15 years ago and appeared on NBC's "The Sing-Off" in 2009. Its latest album "Big Time" is set for release this month.

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