Made in the ‘90s Postponed to 24-28 June

Delta Bravo Presents regrets to announce that the Made In The ‘90s old school R&B festival, scheduled for 5-8 March, will be postponed to 24-28 June due to unforeseen scheduling difficulties. The great news is that the line-up will now boast a new mystery international act, which will be announced shortly, and which will make this line up one of the hottest old school vocal R&B line ups assembled in Australia and New Zealand in recent times. Fans will also enjoy an interactive concert experience bringing them even closer to the artists performing on stage.


The current line up remains intact and boasts artists responsible for some of the biggest R&B hits and anthems of all time. Heading the line-up is Grammy Winners, BLACKSTREET (“No Diggity”, “You Blow My Mind”) in their first ever Australian & New Zealand shows featuring their incredible band, hitmakers NEXT (“Too Close”, “Wifey”), Grammy Winners ALL-4-ONE (“I Swear”, “I Can Love You Like That”) in their first Aussie shows in a decade and for their first ever Kiwi shows, R&B singer and producer, MARIO WINANS (“I Don’t Wanna Know”, “I Need A Girl”) in his first ever shows on our shores and RENEE NEUFVILLE, one half of the dynamic Zhané (“Hey Mr. DJ”, “Groove Thang”). On the local tip, the line-up is rounded out by local R&B legends, CDB (“Lets Groove”, “Hook Me Up”) in Australia and DJ REMINISE in New Zealand.  Hosting this spectacular 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 guaranteed to keep your heart racing and your feet moving in between sets.

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Fans can expect full sets from all acts and over 4 hours of live old school R&B magic. Made in the ‘90s is a must for any lover of the old school.

If you cannot attend the new dates, refunds are available from the point of purchase. Existing tickets remain valid for all new show dates.

Made in The 90’s New Tour Dates:

Wednesday 24 June – Auckland, Bruce Mason Centre (New Venue)

Friday 26 June – Melbourne, Palais Theatre

Saturday 27 June – Sydney, Big Top Luna Park

Sunday 28 June – Brisbane, Eatons Hill

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