Albany I Love The 90’s Tour Prices Are Anything But From The 90’s

The I Love the 90’s Tour is headed to Albany and ticket prices are anything but from the 90’s!  If you’re a fan of 1990’s music,  you’ll be all about seeing Coolio, Vanilla Ice, Salt N Peppa, and more.  Would you be willing to drop $100 per ticket to see either, though?   Check out the ticket prices to see your favorite acts from High School.

There is no other concert we’re looking forward to than the I Love the 90’s Tour, set to hit Albany December 1st.  The Times Union Center is bringing in all of our school days favorites – Rob Base, Coolio, Salt N Peppa, Color Me Badd, and more.   The cost to relive our youth is a serious adult price.

Floor seats to the tour are at $96 before fees.  After fees, even with the free print-at-home seats, a pair on the floor sets you back $227.40!

I believe Vanilla Ice was a $12 ticket in the late 90’s, a few years after his fall.  When Puff Daddy brought the No Way Out tour to Albany in 1997, the ticket was around $40 for the four-hour show.  Inflation, much?

LOVE the tour idea and can’t wait to see Coolio, but is this show worth a hundred bucks?  Should we spend about a month’s worth of our High School pay checks to go back in time for a few hours?

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Posted on July 21, 2016, in Local Stuff, Music and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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