If there was ever a need for the good vibes of feel good old school r&b, it is now.
As Australia comes out from its pandemic live music slump and the government rolls out the long awaited plan to reopen borders, the Made in the ‘90s Festival arrives just in time and promises a feel good injection to the soul of nothing but old school r&b and party vibes featuring one of the finest old school r&b lines ups curated in Australia and New Zealand in recent times.
The festival features artists responsible for some of the genres biggest hits and anthems of all time and is headed up by Grammy Winners, Blackstreet (“No Diggity”, “You Blow My Mind”).
Also appearing is Grammy winner and all round legend, Coolio, (“Gangsters Paradise”, “Fantastic Voyage”), hitmakers Next (“Too Close”, “Wifey”) Grammy Winners All-4-One (“I Swear”, “I Can Love You Like That”), r&b singer and producer, Mario Winans (“I Don’t Wanna Know”, “I Need A Girl”) and Renee Neufville, who continues to fly the flag as one half of the dynamic Zhané (“Hey Mr. DJ”, “Groove Thang”).
Hosting this spectacular party and trip down memory lane is none other than one of the voices of ‘90s R&B group 112, Q Parker who will be joined by old school R&B DJ’s in each city who are guaranteed to keep your heart racing and your feet moving in between sets.
The Made in the ‘90s Festival is a must for any lover of the old school and guarantees to keep those throwback vibes alive.
The Logan Campbell Centre, at the ASB Showgrounds, is one of Aucklands most iconic concert venues. The venue has hosted a wide range of artists dating back to some of the earliest tours by U2 and Metallica right through to 5 Seconds of Summer, Sticky Fingers and Trey Songz.
Logan Campbell is a general admission venue with both standing and seating general admission available for the Made in the '90s Festival.
Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions relating to the Made In The '90s Festival.
In the instance of further delays as a result of the Covid-19 world pandemic, the show will be rescheduled to a new appropriate date. You will be notified by the ticket agency you purchased your ticket through of the new date. Your existing tickets will remain valid for the new date. If there are any changes to ticketing arrangements/seating, you will be notified of these changes and alternate arrangements will be made for you.
Yes. All venues are required by Government authorities to adhere to strict Covid protocols. Protocols and restrictions are constantly changing but rest assured, venues will operate within these guidelines at all times ensuring that the venue is safe for you, our patrons, the artists and all crew.
You can buy tickets to this show with absolute confidence and our ticket refund policy.
If you are unable to attend a new postponed date, you will be given an opportunity to seek a refund. Note that there may be some conditions relating to the refund process and each city/ticket agency will differ.
Generally, you will need to apply for your refund promptly to ensure you are able to receive it.
There are no refunds permitted for change of mind or other personal circumstances. Refunds are only permitted where a date has changed, and you cannot attend the new date.
If the event is cancelled, you will automatically receive a refund.
Yes. If you held tickets to previous dates that were postponed, your tickets remain valid for the new dates. If there was a change of venue, you would have been contacted by the ticket agency who you bought the ticket through to arrange for new seating and/or tickets.
There are three ticket categories available and these are solely dependent on the venue you are attending.
The ticket categories are: general admission, reserved seating and VIP.
The VIP tickets come with a VIP package, the details of which may be found below.
Some venues are completely General Admission whilst others have a split General Admission and Reserved Seating. Here is a guide per show:
Auckland - Completely general admission standing/seating;
Perth - General admission standing;
Adelaide - Split general admission dance floor and reserved seating;
Brisbane - Completely general admission standing;
Melbourne - Split general admission dance floor and reserved seating;
Sydney - Split general admission dance floor and reserved seating;
The VIP Package includes:
- Ticket to the show;
- Best seats in the house for reserved seating venues*
- Meet and Greet with all artists appearing at Made in the '90s;
- Photo on your own personal phone or camera;
- Access to a Pre show VIP party with DJ;
- Canapes and a complimentary drink on arrival;
- First access to merchandise shopping;
- VIP host;
- Souvenir VIP lanyard;
- Exclusive '90s show mixtape;
- Opportunity for you and your best mate/partner to watch NEXT side of stage with show host Q Parker+
* General admission venues - for general admission venues, you will receive first entry and early access to the venue where the venue so you can secure the best spot;
+ This is an exclusive opportunity for VIP ticket holders and is drawn at the VIP pre party. Note - subject to production guidelines. If the advertised artist is not available to honor this prize, a substitute artist will be allocated.
The VIP package is available in limited numbers per show.
The only guranteed way to meet the artists is by purchasing a VIP Package.
Yes, all of the artists advertised are booked and scheduled to appear at this festival. The only variation is in Adelaide and Perth where the line up is limited to Blackstreet, Coolio, Next and All-4-One only.
The entire show runs for 5-6 hours. Artist sets will vary between 30 minutes to an hour plus. The Made In the '90s Festival is designed to give artists the opportunity to perform their full sets and showcase their careers rather sets which last 2-3 songs.
If you follow our events and posts on social media, you may find that there are many posts selling tickets, generally at a cheaper rate. Many of these posts will appear genuine and will usually state something along the lines of "I can't go anymore, selling three tickets cheap, proof of purchase available".
The reality is, 99.9% of the time, these are scam posts and if you are not wary, you will be fleeced of your money and will be left without a ticket to the show.
We do not encourage anyone to buy tickets in this way. These tickets will not be honoured and we take no responsibility with these types of transactions. We will do all we can to monitor our social platforms and delete these types of posts but there are many that go unseen due to the vast amount of them.
Please only buy your tickets from the official sale outlets, such as Ticketmaster, Oztix, Megatix and so forth. All of the ticket links on this page and on our social platforms, posted by us, are to official tickets.
We appreciate your interest, however, our line up is complete for this year and we are not considering adding any further acts, including local support DJ's. Thank you for your interest.
Yes, you must be 18 and over to attend this show and have relevant government issued ID to show on entry. In some cases, there may be some allowances for minors to attend with parents and/or guardians, however, this is strictly on a case-by-case basis and a decision which is left with the venue entirely. You will need to approach the venue to discuss these arrangements.
Please note, there is no guarantee that the venue will permit this. You should also further note, that if you do purchase tickets for a minor, who is then denied entry, there is no option for refund on those tickets.
The decision of the venue is final on these matters.
Any official after parties will be announced on this page or the official Made In The '90s Festival Facebook/Instagram pages or the Delta Bravo Australia Facebook/Instagram pages.