Ah, the 90s... It was a simpler time – the internet was dial-up, the fashion was comfortable and the music was amazing. From grunge (Nirvana, Pearl Jam) to R&B (Craig David, TLC) to pop (Spice Girls, Britney Spears) and everything in between (erm, remember 'Macarena'?), the 90s were a decade of unbelievable music. And now every 90s music fan can get the chance to hear some of their favourite artists perform again, thanks to a slew of summer festivals coming to a town near you.
Many of the artists performing this summer have continued creating great new music, but don't worry – we're sure that they'll play more than just a few of their 90s hits. From All Saints to James to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, there's something for every 90s music fan in this year's summer festivals. Craig David is even hitting the music festival scene this year! So get ready for some serious nostalgia, with these summer festivals featuring some amazing 90s musicians.
The Red Hot Chili PeppersThe rock band known for hits like 'Give It Away' and 'Under the Bridge' (not to mention their impressive carpool karaoke) will be taking to the main stage at Reading festival this year for what promises to be an amazing headline set.
Where: Reading Festival, Main Stage
When: Saturday, August 27th
BeckThe experimental musician won his first Grammy award for his 1995 hit 'Where It's At' but has racked up quite a few awards since then, including Album of the Year at the 2015 Grammy's.
Where: Glastonbury, Pyramid Stage
When: Sunday, June 26th at 7:15pm
Best-known for hit singles like 'Come Home', 'Sit Down', and 'Laid', the Mancunian rock band is taking to the Other Stage at this year's Glastonbury music festival.
Where: Glastonbury, Other Stage
When: Friday, June 24th at 11am
Craig DavidProbably best known for his 90s R&B tracks like '7 Days' and 'Fill Me In', these days Craig David is a world famous DJ with his TS5 radio and club nights. Let's hope that his set this summer includes some of his old classics though!
Where: T In The Park, King Tut's Wah Wah Tent
When: Friday, July 8th – Sunday, July 10th
The CureOk, they are more 80s than 90s, but we couldn't leave out the English rock band, who headlined Bestival back in 2011. They're now back for another unforgettable performance.
When: Saturday, September 10th
Manic Street PreachersThe award-winning Welsh band are no strangers to the festival circuit, having performed at Glastonbury, T in the Park, V Festival and more. Catch them this year in Oxfordshire at the Truck Festival.
Where: Truck Festival, The Truck Stage
When: Saturday, July 16th
All Saints'Never ever' (sorry...) did we think we'd get a chance to catch one of our favourite 90s girl groups live again but if you head to Chelmsford this August you can do just that!
Where: V Festival
When: Saturday, August 20th – Sunday, August 21st
Which artists are you most excited about seeing this summer? Let us know on social media using #goodliving. And don't forget to listen to all your favourite tunes in Asda's music department.