’90’s artists, Salt-N-Pepa have announced they are canceling their Vegas shows from Dec. 6 to 17 at Paris Las Vegas.

In addition to performing regularly in the Vegas residency, the ladies have been traveling all over the world to perform for their fans. The group recently returned from an Australia co-headlining tour with Usher and are currently prepping for 2019 with their producing partners UD Factory. Because of this extremely busy work schedule, Salt-N-Pepa have decided to take a few extra weeks off to rest before coming back stronger in the New Year.

“Living and performing in Las Vegas has been a dream of ours for the past few years,” said Pepa in a statement.

Salt-N-Pepa's I Love The 90s residency brings the group’s greatest hits along with fellow ’90’s singers including Rob Base and All-4-One. Future headliners include Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, R& B group Dru Hill and hip-hop duo Kid 'n Play.

Performances will resume January 17, 2019. Refunds for ticket holders for shows scheduled for December 6 – 17 will be available at point of purchase.