K104 is heading back to Dutchess Stadium on August 17th at 7PM for THE PARTY OF THE SUMMER! Featuring performances by iconic ’90s artists including Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Young MC, Tone Loc and Rob Base— we’ll take you on a trip back in time to relive it all!
What is the ‘day of’ timing for K104’s I Love The 90’s?
–Parking Lots: Open at 4:00pm *Please note, there is NO tailgating allowed*
–Show Start Time: 7:00pm
How do I receive my tickets?
If you won your tickets on K104 or a Pamal Broadcasting Station, you will pick them up at the WILL CALL window the day of the show. Parking lots and the box office will both open at 4:00pm on August 17th. If you purchased your tickets online, you should have received a confirmation email that will allow you to download your tickets to your mobile device or to be printed at home. To access your tickets online, you can click here and use your login information. If you purchased your tickets over the phone, you can pick your tickets up at the Renegades Box Office in advance of or on the day of the game. You will need to provide the Box Office with your order confirmation number or the first & last name the order was placed under. If you purchased your tickets in person, you should have your tickets :). If you lost your tickets, please come to the Renegades Box Office and they can be reprinted.
What items are prohibited for me to bring into Dutchess Stadium?
The following items are not allowed into Dutchess Stadium:
- No outside food or beverages
- Use of cigarettes, vapes and/or other tobacco products
- Firearms or other weapons (e.g., knives)
- Laser devices & pointers
- Glass bottles
- Containers larger than 16″x6″x8″
- Beach balls & other inflatables
- Skateboards & rollerblades
- Toy guys & toy knives (including water guns)
- Sticks or clubs
- Unmanned aerial vehicles
Fans trying to enter into the stadium with any of the above items or any other item’s deemed prohibited, will be stopped and the item(s) will need to be returned to the fans vehicle, confiscated or discarded before entry.
What COVID protocols are currently in place at Dutchess Stadium?
There are no COVID protocols that fans are required to follow when visiting Dutchess Stadium. We suggest that you take any personal precautions necessary for you to feel comfortable when coming to the ballpark.
Are bags allowed?
Bags are allowed into Dutchess Stadium, but they can be no larger than 16″x6″x8″. We encourage fans to either use a clear bag or to carry in their items to assist in a quick entry into the facility.
Is Dutchess Stadium cashless?
The Renegades & our concessions partner, Professional Sports Catering, are taking steps to make Dutchess Stadium cashless, but it is not fully cashless yet. Cash will still be accepted for parking, at the Renegades Box Office & at the Renegades Team Store, but we are encouraging people to go cashless. Most food & beverage points of sale will be cashless for the 2022 season. Options to convert cash to preloaded cards will be available.
How much is parking & where is it located?
Parking is $15 per car & can be pre-purchased when you click here. Please be sure to purchase a parking pass for the correct concert date. Your online parking pass can be shown via your phone or printed and given to the parking attendant. Parking can also be purchased with CASH ONLY at the parking booth when entering the property. All parking is located next to Dutchess Stadium.
Is ADA parking & seating available?
Yes. When purchasing parking, please show the attendants your ADA tag and they will direct you to the correct area to park. ADA seating is available for purchase over the phone or in-person. ADA seating is not available online so that these seats are available for those with ADA needs and their guests. Individuals in wheelchairs can access the ADA seating area and guests will be given a folding chair. There is also an ADA ramp for wheelchair access to the field for VIP and GA ticket holders.
K104’s I Love The 90’s Tour is Presented By:
Michelob Ultra, distributed by Dutchess Beer Distributors
K104’s I Love The 90’s Tour is Supported By:
Supported by the Friendly Auto Group. Home of the Friendly for Life: Lifetime Power train warranty. Come experience the Friendly Difference. Friendly Prices. Friendly Service. FriendlyAutoGroupNY.com
K104’s I Love The 90’s Tour is Sponsored By:
Sponsored by Dutchess County Sheriff Kirk Imperati, Everyone’s Sheriff
Vanilla Ice, is an American singer, actor, and television host. Born in South Dallas, and raised in Texas and South Florida, Ice released his debut album in 1990 under the title To the Extreme, which became the fastest-selling hip hop album of all time. Ice’s best-known hits: “Ice Ice Baby” and a cover of “Play That Funky Music“. “Ice Ice Baby” was the first hip hop single to top the Billboard charts and has been credited with helping to diversify hip hop by introducing it to a mainstream audience.
Coolio was one of the first to balance pop accessibility with gritty, street-level subject matter and language. His music was clearly more happy-go-lucky at heart; he shared the West Coast scene’s love of laid-back ’70s funk, and that attitude translated to his music. Most of Coolio’s hits were exuberant, good-time party anthems (save for his moody signature song “Gangsta’s Paradise”), and he created a goofy, ingratiating persona in the videos that supported them.
Young M.C. is a British-born American artist, singer and actor. He is best known for his 1989 hit “Bust a Move“. His debut album Stone Cold Rhymin’ found international acclaim and Young has also appeared in film in acting roles and cameo appearances and has appeared in several television programs.
Tone Lōc is an American artist, actor and producer known for his raspy voice, his Gammy Nominated hit songs “Wild Thing” and “Funky Cold Medina” and for being featured in “We’re All in the Same Gang“, a collaborative single by the West Coast Rap All-Stars.
Rob Base hails from Harlem, New York City and is best known for the 1988 hit “It Takes Two” with DJ E-Z Rock. It was a Top 40 hit and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. Together, they are known for being pioneers of the crossover success that rap music would have in the popular music mainstream.