On September 12, 2008 at 11:30 am, The Village People were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California.
In 2007, The Village People broke audience records at Disney World's EPCOT Center.
The Village People had a comeback and toured in 1993.
The Village People released their fifth album, Live and Sleazy, in 1979. This eleven-track album, clocking in at 70:14, is a combination of live performances and studio recordings, released under Casablanca Records label.
The Village People released their third album, Crusin' in 1978. This five-track album peaked at #2 on the 'Bilboard Hot 100' and included such hits as "YMCA" and "Hot Cop".
The Village People performed as the opening act for Cher on her Farewell Tour until it ended in April 2005, a highly successful tour for both.
The Village People were featured on the cover of Rolling Stone, Vol. 289, April 19, 1979.
The Village People released their second album, Macho Man, in 1978 under the Casablanca Records label. The album was reissued to CD in 1999. The album has six tracks, most notably "Macho Man" and "Key West" and clocks in at 27 minutes and 23 seconds.
They released their first album, a 4-track Disco album simply titled Village People in 1977, under Casablanca Records.