Slap-bracelets might possibly still be banned, but there'll be plenty of other '90s nostalgia to revel in on Governors Island next month.
90s Fest, a day of music and celebration dedicated to our peak fanny pack decade, is taking over Governors Island on Sept. 10.
This year's concert, hosted by Pauly Shore, features performances by Sugar Ray, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and DJ Jazzy Jeff, among others.
The event, billed as a "festival for the TBT generation" debuted last year in Williamsburg.
Aside from the main stage music, you can spend your day living it up '90s style, with throwback video games, a jazzercize class and most definitely something involving "Saved by the Bell."
Here's a look at last year's '90s love fest in Brooklyn:
General admission tickets are $65, VIP tickets are available for $150, and super VIP tickets, which let you meet your favorite '90s bands, are $299. You can buy tickets here.
As you might have gleaned, if you come to 90s Fest, you're "strongly encouraged" to embrace the scrunchie, and dress in your '90s best (or your worst).
Take a sip of those newly minted Crystal Pepsi's and check out the full lineup:
• Sugar Ray
• Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
• Sister Hazel
• C&C Music Factory
• DJ Jazzy Jeff
• Saved by the 90s