Some of the biggest bands of the 90s are coming together for a gig at the AO Arena Manchester

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 25th April 2022

Some of the biggest artists of the 90s will be coming together for a nostalgic night of music at the AO Arena Manchester.

The 90s Baby gig will bring together pop stars including Aqua, Atomic Kitten, Liberty X, the Cheeky Girls, Five and B*Witched.

The huge pop show this autumn will see more than 20 legendary artists perform in front of thousands at the AO Arena.

Europop legends Aqua will be performing their multi-platinum hit Barbie Girl, while Eiffel 65 will bring their 90s anthems like Blue (Da Ba Dee) and Move Your Body back to the live stage.

Eiffel 65 will perform at 90s Baby. Credit: Supplied

The soundtrack to an entire generation’s birthday parties, Macarena, will be on the bill with Los Del Rio joining the 90s Baby line-up.


The sing-along vibes continue with Mambo No. 5 from Lou Bega, and Eurodance banger Freed From Desire from Gala.

Then it’s over to Heather Small, of M People fame, who fronted the Manc band when they won Best British Dance Act at the BRIT Awards in both 1994 and 1996.


Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton, two members of Atomic Kitten, will be back together to perform their hit singles such as Whole Again and The Tide Is High.

Irish girl group B*Witched, who were behind chart-toppers like C’est La Vie, Rollercoaster, and Blame It on the Weatherman, join the bill for the 90s Baby gig too.

2 Unlimited will perform their legendary acid-house track Get Ready For This, while Corona will be on stage with The Rhythm of the Night.


Italian dance act Whigfield will get everyone dancing along to Saturday Night, as will global sensations Las Ketchup, with The Ketchup Song (Asereje), which sold more than seven million copies.

Big Brovaz are coming back to the stage. Credit: Supplied

One of the 90s biggest boy bands, Five, will be back together to sing Keep On Movin’ and Everyone Get Up.

20 years after they were brought together on reality TV show Popstars, Liberty X will hit the stage once again with their back catalogue of hit singles, like Just A Little and Got to Have Your Love.

Also on the bill at 90s Baby are British boyband Damage, who had success in the 1990s with singles like Forever – Lady of Soul and Ghetto Romance.

With more than 15 million record sales under their belts, 911 will be performing at the AO Arena, as will British girl group The 411.


Big Brovaz, who sang Booty Luv, will deliver even more nostalgia, and there’s a real blast from the past with The X Factor’s Chico singing his debut single It’s Chico Time.

True noughties icon Gareth Gates, who won Pop Idol in 2002, will be back performing his tracks What My Heart Wants and Go Your Own Way.

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Three members of the S Club empire (Bradley and Tina from S Club 7 and Stacey from S Club Juniors) have now formed S Club Allstars, to perform some of their most iconic tracks.

British R&B girl group Honeyz, whose singles include Finally Found and Won’t Take It Lying Down, join the packed 90s Baby line up.


And finally, The Cheeky Girls will be performing their Cheeky Song live.

90s Baby will take over the AO Arena Manchester on Saturday 29 October.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 29 April – you can sign up here.

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