Vanilla Ice performs live on stage for NBC's "Today" at Rockefeller Plaza.

Friday night after the Tampa Bay Rays game at Tropicana Field, some Q105 Saturday Night Dance Party favorites from the I Love The 90s Tour will entertain fans. Vanilla Ice, Tone Loc, Rob Base and Montell Jordan will deliver a bunch of 80s and 90s dance club anthems that will be worth sticking around for.

The concert is included in your admission so stick around after the game. If you want to get up close to the performers, you can buy a wristband that will get you on-field access. Friday night’s game is against the Seattle Mariners. Game time is at 6:40pm. Tickets that are left start at about $40.

Here are the 7 jams we’re most pumped to hear Friday night at The Trop.

  • Ice Ice Baby

    This one’s the no-brainer. We’ll be waiting all night to hear that opening bass line from “Under Pressure” with that slight Vanilla Ice modification. Believe it or not this was NOT supposed to be Ice’s big hit. It was the B-side (remember those?) to the next song we’ve gotta hear Friday night.

  • Play That Funky Music

    Vanilla Ice was NOT a one hit wonder.  In fact, Ice Ice Baby was the B-side to this cover/variation of the Wild Cherry classic.  It was later released as a single once Ice Ice Baby hit #1.  This one ended up costing Ice some cash. He lost a $500,000 in a copyright infringement lawsuit when he didn’t credit songwriter Robert Parissi.

  • It Takes Two

    This one has just grown more popular over the years.  You hear it in TV ads and in flashbacks to the 80s.  That “Woo” and “Yeah” will get The Trop on their feet.  It even made Spin Magazine’s 100 Greatest Songs of all Time list.

  • Joy & Pain

    As much as I love It Takes Two, Rob’s other monster hit was a staple on a TV show I watched as a kid.  Anyone else remember Dance Party USA on the USA Cable Network?  Rob had another good one called “Get On The Dance Floor,” but I doubt he’ll have time to get that one in.

  • Wild Thing

    It’s what happens when bodies start slappin’!  This iconic Tone Loc hit from 1989 ALMOST hit #1… but Paula Abdul‘s “Straight Up” held on to the top spot on the charts.  This one even got the Weird Al Yankovich treatment.

  • Funky Cold Medina

    Some of the references in the lyrics in this one take you back to the ’80s.  Not many rappers gave Alex from Stroh’s a mention. Young MC actually wrote this one.  Yup, the guy who had a hit with “Bust A Move.”


  • This Is How We Do It

    He rocked the house at Amalie Arena at Q105’s Freestyle Explosion Throwback Jam.  And I love doing shows with Montell Jordan except for one thing.  He TOWERS over me and I’m 6’4″!  But this party anthem will be the perfect way to end the night and celebrate a Rays win.

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