For One Night...You Can Stop Believin'!

The dream of the 90s is alive and well...EVERYWHERE! 
But 90s music was more than just angst and grunge.  It was sugar-pop choruses, gangsta rap, boy bands, girl bands, one-hit wonders, punk guitars, and...Oasis.  Hit Me 90s is the all-live tribute to the decade that brought you everything from "Gangsta's Paradise" to "Been Caught Stealin'".   Hit the dancefloor and sing along to the childhood favorites you've forgotten about, and relive the moments you and your friends will never forget.


"[Hit Me 90s] could easily use pre-recorded tracks as a crutch, but they actually bring live instruments to the stage.  The band spurred the crowd into action...and a decade into performing together, they haven't lost sight of their singular and simple goal: having fun." Music Connection Magazine

We made the news! Rockin' those 90s jamz for 20,000 people at La Mirada Independence Day Celebration July 3, 2017.

We made the news! Rockin' those 90s jamz for 20,000 people at La Mirada Independence Day Celebration July 3, 2017.

"My favorite 90s band, Hit Me 90s!  Come see them when they're not playing with a bunch of f#ckin' guys who sing girl songs." Dan Finnerty, The Dan Band

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Jun9

City of Cypress Summer Concerts on the Green

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Civic Center Green Area, 5275 Orange Ave., Cypress, CA

Rock out to your fave 90s hits while lounging on the grass at this family-friendly summer kickoff event! Festival seating, picnics, families and lawn chairs encouraged. No seating setup allowed prior to 2:00pm Friday. Arts and Crafts will be available for children starting at 5:30pm. Food and desserts will be available for purchase at all concerts. Alcohol and smoking of any kind are prohibited. For more information: 714-229-6780.

Jul16

Claremont Concerts In The Park

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Memorial Park Bandshell, 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont, CA

Catch your fave 90s jamz in the park! This event is free and families are welcome.

The Monday Night Concerts, sponsored by the City of Claremont, Kiwanis Club of Claremont, and Claremont Lincoln University, draws 3,000-5,000 people each event and features some of the best entertainment in the area. The Kiwanis Club offers a variety of concessions, from burgers, hot dogs and quesadillas to ice cream, popcorn, nachos, candy and drinks.

Tips for enjoying Monday Night Concerts: - Bring blankets and low chairs - Be aware other guests may arrive early - Dogs are not allowed in City Parks other than Claremont Pooch Park - Alcoholic beverages and smoking are not allowed in any City Park