They Paved 285 Kent And Put A ‘90s Fest In A Williamsburg Parking Lot

The Brooklyn festival will star Lisa Loeb, Smash Mouth, and the largest “Macarena” dance ever.

DIY may be dying, but as it would seem, nostalgia (and/or irony?) is alive and well in Brooklyn these days. On September 12, Founders Entertainment (aka the folks behind Governors Ball) are helping to throw the inaugural '90s Fest at the Williamsburg Waterfront, according to Billboard.

The one-day-only event is set to feature performances by lauded legacy acts Coolio, Lisa Loeb, Naughty By Nature, Smash Mouth, Tonic, and the surviving members of Blind Melon, as well as wholesome throwback-style activities such as Mario Kart and an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest "Macarena" dance ever. Plus, Pauly Shore is slated to host. Does this sound fun to you? Does it make you want to move to L.A.? Tickets are on sale now at 90sfest.com.

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They Paved 285 Kent And Put A ‘90s Fest In A Williamsburg Parking Lot