Loosefest 90s Baby: Festival info, performers and ticket prices

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Loosefest is bringing a 1990s themed festival to Newcastle this summer.

Popular Newcastle festival Loosefest is back for 2024, bringing a brand-new 1990s themed event to the city.

90s Baby Festival, will see iconic performers who had a huge career back in the day across two stages to perform their biggest hits during the one-day festival.

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The main stage will be home to pop royalty, while the second stage will be hosted by Clubland, with the biggest dance acts from the 1990s set to perform.

Here is everything you need to know about Loosefest’s 90s Baby Festival.

When and where will the 90s Baby Festival be held? 

90s Baby Festival will be held on Sunday, August 4 from 12pm until 10.30pm. It will be held at Newcastle’s Town Moor, which is the space used for large-scale events in Newcastle, including Loosefest’s usual festival. 

Who will be performing at the 90s Baby Festival?

On the main stage, chart-toppers from the 1990s are set to perform including; Ronan Keating, Nick Carter, Peter Andre, Blue, Eternal, Atomic Kitten, Five, Samantha Mumba, A1, 911 and Blazin’ Squad. 

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On the Clubland stage, performers include; DJ Sash!, Ultrabeat, N-Force, Ian Van Dahl, MC Stompin and many more. 

Ronan Keating will perform at Loosefest's 90s Baby festival.Ronan Keating will perform at Loosefest's 90s Baby festival.
Ronan Keating will perform at Loosefest's 90s Baby festival.

How much are tickets for the 90s Baby Festival?

Standard tickets for the 90s Baby Festival are priced at £44.24. VIP tickets are also available at £89.04. Payment plans for both options are available. Tickets can be bought online via Skiddle.

What is the age limit for the 90s Baby Festival?

The minimum age limit for the 90s Baby Festival is 18-years-old.

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