Huge 1990s boy bands unite for a show in Coventry


Three of the biggest boy bands of the 90s will unite for a stunning performance in Coventry. 5ive, East 17 and 911 will all take the stage and thrill those looking to step back in time to three decades ago.

The throwback will take place at Rialto Plaza, Coundon on September 17. Tickets for the event range from £28 to £55.

At the time, 5ive had everyone “get down to business” with their chart-topping hits including Slam Dunk (Da Funk), When the Lights Go Out, Everybody Get Up, If Ya Gettin’ Down and Keep On Movin’. Their catchy lyrics and masculine personalities have helped them build a huge fan base that continues to come out in force to support the guys every time they perform.

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911 are making their epic comeback after more than 20 years since they released their track Bodyshakin. The band formed in 1995 and scored their first top ten in May 1996 with the single Don’t Make Me Wait, with nine further successive hits including top five singles More Than A Woman and their first UK number one A Little Bit More .

Walthamstow’s best East 17 are also set to make a huge comeback. In the 1990s, East 17 were one of the UK’s biggest bands and sold 18 million records worldwide.

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Their hits included House of Love, Deep, It’s Alright and Let It Rain, as well as their bestseller, Stay Another Day.

A Rialto spokesperson said: “The appetite for nostalgia has never been stronger, and we are delighted to bring this comprehensive festival of nostalgia to Coventry. This show is a must for any 90s fan – a retro party like never before without skimping on the glitter or the dance moves!

“5ive, 911 and East 17 will make you ‘Bodyshakin’ like you ‘Keep On Movin’. You’ll want them ‘Stay Another Day’, but it’s ‘Alright’, we got ‘Got The Feeling’ you gon’ want” A bit more” !

“Tickets are going to sell out, so act fast to get yours now.”

Tickets are now on sale here.


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