- This website will generate a fake 90s festival line-up for you with just the click of a button.
- Once you visit the page, you are presented with two digital posters which include festival stage names at the top followed by headlining acts and other artists on the bill.
- Vintage video footage is also thrown into the mix. All you have to do is click on the artist from the line-up you're into, and the video will appear.
If you feel like taking a musical journey down memory lane, then this may be just what you need.
A UK website, created by Twitter user "Rico Monkeon", includes a newly added 90s festival line-up generator that promises to keep you entertained for hours.
The page randomly generates a fake concert line-up using artists "who played a UK festival in the 1990s". This includes Coldplay, David Bowie, Alanis Morissette and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Once you enter the site, you are presented with two digital concert posters displaying festival stage names at the top, followed by the headlining acts and other artists on the bill. If the generated line-up brings a smile to your face, all you have to do is click on the artist you want to see, and vintage video footage from the 90s will pop up.
Not happy with what has been thrown together for you? That's cool, just click "generate another festival" at the bottom of the screen until you come across one that you feel like dancing to.
While the generator has been up since late June, it has recently started attracting attention. Now, excuse me while I generate a kick-ass 90s festival.