David Hasselhoff Set To Perform At The World’s Biggest ’90s Party In Germany

David Hasselhoff
Ina Bohnsack
– David Hasselhoff
The singer is going to be the star at next year

50,000 people are expected to attend the self-proclaimed “biggest 90s party in the world”, when Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen hosts “Die 90er LIVE”, March 30. David Hasselhoff will be performing live at the next edition. It’s no secret that some of the artist’s most devout fans are from Germany.
Also confirmed on the lineup are Eurodance legends including Snap!, Haddaway, Jenny Berggren of Ace of Base, Captain Hollywood Project, Culture Beat, Caught in the Act, East 17, LayZee (formerly Mr. President), Vengaboys, Kate Ryan, Masterboy, Fun Factory, Corona and Rednex.
The first two editions of “Die 90er Live” took place at the open air park of the König Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen. According to Pollstar’s box office reports, the premiere in 2017 sold 23,642 tickets, grossing $550,856. The second edition sold 25,300 tickets, and grossed $664,574.
From its inception in 2017, the 90s party was so popular that promoter Pro-Event Entertainment decided to the concept to the road, visiting 10,000 to 30,000 capacity venues across the country. Last year, the tour visited eight cities, selling more than 200,000 tickets. 
2019 will see the main event moving to Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, known in Germany simply as “Arena auf Schalke”, which will have capacity for at least 50,000 visitors. The promoters are aiming to have the world record for biggest 90s party documented in the Guinness World Records book. The ensuing tour is going to visit 10 cities, a Pro-Event spokesperson told Pollstar.