happenings this month The Vengaboys Are Coming To Zero Gravity
The Vengaboys Are Coming To Zero Gravity
Updated on 10 September 2018

There’s nothing quite like a ‘90s throwback. And, there’s a handful of things that can really hit us with nostalgia, including cassette tapes, gameboys and, of course, the Vengaboys. On Thursday October 18, the Venga bus is comin’ to Zero Gravity. The ‘90s pioneers of body glitter and questionable hairstyles have sold an estimated 25 million records worldwide.

And who can honestly forget this track?

Fun fact: The name ‘Vengaboys’ is comprised of the Spanish word ‘Venga’ meaning ‘let’s go.’ So, Vengaboys means ‘let’s go, boys.’

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