PENN FEST 2020

rhythm of the 90's

SATURDAY

Remember when rhythm was a dancer and groove was in the heart? When tie-dye and centre partings were acceptable? Then you probably grew up in the 90s, when dance music was fun, uncomplicated and infectious.

Since forming in 2012 – Rhythm of the 90s have taken the UK and Europe by storm. This is not just your normal covers band. This group, made up of some of the top session players in the industry with over 120 years experience between them, have created something special and unique.

Rhythm of the 90s have spent years taking tunes that were never intended to be played live, and honed them into a show like no other. This attention to detail and passion are the reason why this band sell out large venues around the UK and Europe and have been invited to play at some of the largest festivals around: Glastonbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Victorious Festival, Latitude Festival – including main stage performances.

We defy anyone who is a fan of 90s dance music to not dance their socks off when they experience this band for the first time!

If you want the get a party started then look no further than Rhythm of the 90s. You won’t be disappointed!

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