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Nineties nostalgia is very in right now—so much so that Brooklyn is dedicating an entire event to the decade of plaid shirts and Bill Clinton. 90sFest, a music festival celebrating the ’90s, will occur later this year, with the help of Blind Melon, Coolio, Lisa Loeb and Smash Mouth (let’s hope there’s no bread involved for everyone’s sake).

Naughty by Nature, Tonic, and Saved by the 90s are also set to perform at the fest, which is being put on by the same team that behind New York’s Governors Ball. The event itself is Sept. 12 and tickets go on sale Wednesday at noon at the fest’s website (which in itself is a 90s-tastic experience). We know one person who might be interested.