Downtown turning clock back for ’90s block party

The 200 block of Main Street is turning into an ode to an era, with dance, music, skateboarding and more set for Friday.

Downtown turning clock back for '90s block party

Tiger Alley owner Jordan Keij and her dog Edith show off some of the spectacular pants available at Tiger Alley during the Can’t Touch This ‘90s Block Party. The 200 block of Main Street is set to turn into an ode to the era of parachute pants from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with live music from DJ Shakes, Cosmic Brew, a dance performance by Army of Sass, an appearance by the Penticton Pistoleras roller derby team and a skateboarding event put on by Pentagon Boarshop — all made possible by Royal LePage Locations West Realty. The Elite is hosting an after party as well from 8 p.m. to midnight with a few surprises in store.