RB Events and FAB Promotions by arrangement with Raymond Gubbay Ltd presents Jo Whiley's 90s Anthems on Saturday 19th October 2024 at NX Newcastle.

Prepare for the triumphant return of the incomparable Jo Whiley to the vibrant city of Newcastle, following her phenomenal, sold-out shows in 2022 and 2023. Once again, she's set to take the stage by storm, delivering a pulsating performance that'll resurrect the very essence of the '90s. Get ready for an unforgettable night filled with the anthems that defined a generation.

With festival quality sound, lighting and effects, Jo Whiley will make it a night to remember.

Jo will be unleashing a torrent of hits from the greatest decade in music history. Picture this: Blur vs. Oasis, the irresistible beats of Fatboy Slim, the soulful echoes of Primal Scream, the sonic brilliance of The Verve, the electronic mastery of The Chemical Brothers, the ethereal tunes of Faithless, the electrifying energy of The Prodigy, and a whole galaxy of other iconic tracks that shaped an entire era. It's all here, under one roof, waiting to be danced to once more.

Before Jo Whiley takes the stage and unleashes the '90s frenzy, prepare to be immersed in the era's groove with our expert warm-up DJ, Chris Gregg. He'll set the mood, ignite the nostalgia, and ensure you're primed and ready for a night that promises to be nothing short of epic.

Please note, due to an event in the venue later in the evening, the times for this event are all one hour earlier than other locations, so Jo will be on stage at 8.20pm and will be doing her full DJ set.

  • 6.00pm  Doors Open - warm up 90’s DJ Chris Gregg
  • 8.20pm  Jo Whiley's 90s Anthems
  • 10.00pm Event Ends

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Jo Whiley


Arguably one of the most recognisable voices in British Broadcasting, Jo Whiley has had an exciting and varied career and is considered one of the nation’s favourite radio DJs.

Jo was born in Northampton. After studying in Brighton and dabbling on BBC Radio Sussex’s new music show, her first broadcasting job was as a presenter for WPFM, Radio 4’s youth culture and music show.

She then moved over into TV, initially on satellite, then to Channel 4 as band booker for ‘The Word’, giving Britain its first television taste of bands such as Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine.

Jo joined Radio 1 in the Spring of 1993 and in September she became permanent co-presenter of The Evening Session with Steve Lamacq. Four years later she landed her own daytime show, and remained part of Radio 1’s weekday line-up until 2009, when she began a new weekend programme.

Jo has also presented coverage of the Glastonbury Festival on Radio 1, Channel 4 and BBC-TV, plus she’s hosted several music programmes for Channel 4.
Jo now presents the 7-9pm slot weekdays on BBC Radio 2.

Jo is a celebrity ambassador to Mencap, a UK charity that works to support people with learning difficulties. She hosts the Little Noise Sessions concerts, in aid of the Mencap charity enlisting the support of many well known international music artists. She is also a supporter of Tommy’s – The Baby Charity. Jo is also the Patron of the Cri du Chat Syndrome Support Group.