Triforce of '90s R&B set for Riverfest Amphitheatre | Rock Candy

Monday, August 2, 2010

Triforce of '90s R&B set for Riverfest Amphitheatre

Posted By on Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 1:17 PM

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Keith Sweat. Montell Jordan. Next.

On Saturday, September 4, the Riverfest Amphitheatre is going to turn into a live '90s high school dance when the "Make It Last Forever" tour swings into town. As far as R&B nostalgia acts go, this one's sure to freak out the 20-somethings.

Lawn seats run for $35-$49 and V.I.P. passes are available for $75 at Club Hollywood's website.

Just hearing "This Is How We Do It" live—with the Slick Rick parody verse and all and—should be worth the price. It's still an untouchable jam.


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