Get the posse in effect! Hangin' out is always hype!
And we are bringing the hype this morning courtesy of Beaver Dam Amphitheatre. They just broke news that will have you screaming, "Ice Ice Baby!!!"  Vanilla Ice is headlining the '90s Night Dance Party in Beaver Dam and he's bringing Tone Loc with him!  Of course, Vanilla Ice rose to pop music superstardom in late 1989 when he released "Play That Funky Music."

But it was his next song, 1990's "Ice Ice Baby", that shot all the way to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became a platinum-selling single!

In the late 80s and early 90s, Tone Loc was having huge chart success too.

Beaver Dam Amphitheatre
Beaver Dam Amphitheatre

1988's "Wild Thing" reached #2 on the chart (we used to wear ourselves out dancing to that song at The Victory in Evansville).

His follow-up, "Funky Cold Medina," hit the Top 10 too!

The '90s Night Dance Party is coming to Beaver Dam Amphitheatre on Saturday, June 18th as part of the First United Bank & Trust 2022 Concert Series.  Gates open at 5:30pm CST and the show will start at 7.

DJ M Walk will be joining Vanilla Ice and Tone Loc at the concert.


Tickets go on sale to the general public at 9am Central on Wednesday, February 2nd.  However, there's a special password presale that starts Tuesday, February 1st. To receive the password, simply sign up for the Beaver Dam Amphitheatre newsletter by CLICKING HERE!

And tickets for the '90s Night Dance Party are available at the direct ticket link.

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