New Dates Announced For Made In The '90s Concert Series With Blackstreet, Coolio & More

2 June 2020 | 2:28 pm | Staff Writer

Announced today.

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The Made In The '90s concert series is set to return in 2021. 

The events, which were originally due to run throughout March, were postponed in February due to "unforeseen scheduling difficulties". 

They were then rescheduled to June but have now been moved to March 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Blackstreet, Next, All-4-One, Mario Winans, Renee Neufville of Zhane and CDB are all still due to the appear at the events, while organisers have also added Coolio to the line-up. 

Additional cities have also been added to the tour. 

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"The promoters of the Made in the ‘90s Festival have been working frantically with all artists and venues in a pandemic landscape that changes by the day," read a statement shared to social media today. 

"Whilst some local restrictions have been lifted, the existing government regulations mean the likelihood of international travel remains doubtful. As such, we have decided to postpone the Made in the ‘90s Festival from June 2020 to March 2021."

"This pandemic has impacted the music and events industry in unimaginable ways. We encourage you to do your part, if possible, and hold on to your ticket as this will greatly assist the artists, promoters, venues and everyone involved in this festival. If you cannot attend the new dates, please contact your point of purchase."

See the full post below. 

The shows will kick off in Adelaide on Wednesday 17 March 2021 and then will head to Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney throughout the month. 

Tickets will go on sale from Monday 8 June, head to theGuide for all the info.