People Are Making Facebook Invites To Mock ’90s Bands And It’s Hilarious

Whether you loved it or hated it, the ’90s were an interesting time for music, and there are so many people who want to relive that nostalgia today.  The ’90s were more than just boy bands and Spice Girls; bands were creating new genres of music and breaking boundaries.

You want to know how bad these ’90s music fans want to relive the magic of seeing their favorite bands live? Just ask the “whole bunch of bizkit heads” who showed up to their rumored 4/20 show at a Dayton, Ohio Sunoco gas station. Obviously this ridiculous rumor spread like wild fire, thanks to the extremely gullible people you went to high school with sharing it on Facebook. The rumors got so big and spread so far that it made national news and Limp Bizkit frontman, Fred Durst, eventually had to put an end to the show rumors.

Pretty cruel to the real “bizkit heads” out there but whoever made that invite is a true American hero, plus it also spawned off other hilarious ’90s band invites all over Facebook. Just so we don’t mislead anyone on here, these are all fake events created on Facebook, but come on, who wouldn’t want Sunday brunch with Insane Clown Posse?

If you miss out on LIT at the Taco Window on Manor, you’ll be your own worst enemy.

Where has Bubba Sparxxx been? What’s he up to? Stop in at the FedEx/Kinko’s of Gatlinburg to find out! As an added bonus, Saliva will be performing!

Birdman deserves our “respek” and to honor the man what better way than to see him perform at an Olive Garden? The event already has over 2,000 guests confirmed as going, so arrive early.

Oh hell yeah, I’ll be at this secret Smash Mouth show! A dumpster is such a perfect venue!

The details about this Disturbed show are what will really make you want to go: $9 VIP tickets, special openers Bush, and don’t forget your bathing suit, “‘cause we got a Slip n Slide so you can get wet with disturbed!

This one sort of sounds like it makes sense: At The Drive-In performing at America’s drive-in fast food restaurant, Sonic.

This doesn’t seem that crazy to some people.

It’s the ultimate ’90s reunion for music and television! See you at the Wal-Mart parking lot!