The New Jersey Performing Arts Center will host the 90s All Star Dance Concert on Friday, October 22, 2021 at 8 p.m. ET. All your favorite ’90s dance music stars are here to tear it up! Come dance the night away to hip hop, R&B, house, freestyle, dancehall, Latin and pop. Robin S. (“Show me love”), Cece Peniston (“Finally”) and Black Sheep (“Flavor of the Month”) are just the start of this epic lineup.
The house music singer and songwriter found success in the 90s with “Show Me Love” and “Luv 4 Luv”. She had three No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play charts.
The singer scored five No. 1 hits on the US Billboard Hot Dance Music / Club Play in the 90s. His signature song “Finally” reached number five on the Hot 100.
The hip hop duo from Queens, consisting of Andres “Dres” Vargas Titus and William “Mista Lawnge” McLean, debuted in 1991 with the hit song “Flavor of the Month” and subsequently released the album A wolf in sheep’s clothing.
The Chicago-based R&B and house music group enjoyed a number of club and city radio successes in the late 1980s and early 1990s and were an early exponent of deep house. Best known for the singles “Devotion”, “Right Back to You” and “That’s the Way Love Is”, which reached number one on the American dance charts.
The rapper, singer and songwriter quickly rose to fame in 2003 with the release of her song “Never Leave You”, which reached the top ten in ten countries and No. 1 in Europe.
The freestyle and salsa singer released seven albums between 1989 and 2014 and is best known for his No. 25 Billboard debut in 1989, “Bad of the Heart,” and his No. 1 salsa smash, “Que Te Go “.
The American freestyle / pop / dance-pop Latin singer is best known for her 1991 hits “Together Forever”, No. 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 and “A Day In My Life”.
The New Jersey house band was active from the early 90’s. Their most famous record was “Follow Me” from 1992.
The Jamaican artist mixes his dancehall style with socially responsible lyrics in popular songs such as “Victim of the Ghetto”, “Unwanted”, “Hush Baby Mother”.
Working in the Chicago house and deep house subgenres, his 1986 single “Move Your Body” was the first house song to use the piano.
The old-fashioned hip-hop group gained popularity in the mid-1980s and is best known for their single “Set It Off” which was widely sampled by hip-hop, house, techno and EDM artists.
The First Choice lead singer has one of the most distinctive and enduring voices of the disco era. In the 90s, she recorded “Danger!” and “Suffer the Consequences.”
The legend of the Latin club of Yonkers and “the king of the Puerto Rican parade”.
Tickets to see the 90s All Star Dance Concert go on sale Friday August 6 at 10:00 a.m. at Ticket link NJPAC.org or 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722) or by visiting the NJPAC box office at 1 Center Street, Newark, New Jersey.
One Center Street Newark, New Jersey 07102