There’s a huge “throwback” concert coming to Manchester for one night only in September, and fans of 90s pop are already going mad for the line-up.
Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s unveiling of the government’s roadmap to lift England’s current national lockdown last week, and with an aim of lifting all limits on social contact before 21st June, at the earliest, we all know that by now that the latter end of the year is gearing up to be one big celebration.
And “the biggest live pop show of the decade” is bound to be a highlight in the Manchester events calendar.
With more than 18 artists all set to perform under one roof, including the likes of Peter Andre, 5ive, Atomic Kitten, Liberty X, Damage, S Club 7, Blazin’ Squad and more, the team behind 90s Baby POP have managed to pull off one of the biggest pop line-ups to ever grace the UK.
90’s Baby POP will see over 6,000 people descend on the B.E.C Arena in Stretford on 18th September 2021.
A description for the unmissable event says it aims to “bring back some of your favourite nostalgic memories from the 90’s era, as well as recreating those unforgettable moments one more”.
It also adds: “Expect breathtaking productions, spectacular SFX shows and live performances all evening”.
Tickets for 90s Baby POP start from £27.20, are set to go on sale this Friday 5th March at 9am, and are expected to sell out in no time at all, so you’ll need to act fast if you want to secure your spot.
You can grab your tickets on Skiddle here.
More information ahead of the event can also be found here.