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TLC Will Headline ‘I Love the 90’s’ Tour

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The sequel to the hit “I Love the 90’s Tour” will kick off this summer with TLC as its headliner. The tour will begin July 7 in Everett, Wash., and crisscross the country until it ends in Chicago on Sept. 16.


The “I Love the 90’s Tour: The Party Continues” will mark TLC’s first tour in years, where they will debut their long roster of chart-toppers, including “Waterfalls” and “No Scrubs.” The group will also debut songs from their upcoming album, funded by their fans through a Kickstarter campaign.

Joining T-Boz and Chilli (without Left Eye, is it technically just “TC”?) is a list of stars from the 1990s, including Montell Jordan, Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath, Naughty by Nature and Biz Markie. Snap and C+C Music factory will round out the roster of hit musical acts from the ’90s.


“We’re so excited to get back on the road this summer and give our fans some new TLC music along with our original hits,” said T-Boz and Chilli. “Being able to headline this tour with our friends and peers from the ’90s is SO AMAZING!”

Last summer’s inaugural “I Love the 90’s Tour” featured Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa, Coolio, Color Me Badd and Kid ’n Play. The dates for this summer’s tour are:

July 7: Everett, Wash., at the Xfinity Arena at Everett
July 8: Abbotsford, British Columbia, at Abbotsford Centre
July 14: Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre
July 15: Concord, Calif., at Concord Pavilion
July 16: Paso Robles, Calif., at Vina Robles Ampitheatre
July 21: Las Vegas at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
July 23: Tuscon, Ariz., at Talking Stick Resort Arena
July 28: Cedar Park, Texas, at HEB Center at Cedar Park
July 29: Grand Prairie, Texas, at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Aug. 2: Mount Pleasant, Mich., at Soaring Eagle Casino
Aug. 4: Green Bay, Wis., at Resch Center
Aug. 5: Maplewood, Mich., at Myth Live Event Center (outdoors)
Aug. 6: Clarkson, Mich., at DTE Energy Music Theatre
Aug. 8: Kettering, Ohio, at Fraze Pavilion
Aug. 10: Lincoln, Neb., at Pinewood Bowl Theater
Aug. 11: Bonner Springs, Kan., at Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
Aug. 12: Anderson, Ind., at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
Aug. 25: Essex Junction, Vt., at Champlain Valley Fair
Aug. 27: Gilford, N.H., at Bank of NH Pavilion
Sept. 1: Camden, N.J., at BB&T Pavilion
Sept. 2: Uncasville, Conn., at Mohegan Sun Arena
Sept. 3: Vienna, Va., at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
Sept. 8: Salem, Va., at Salem Civic Center
Sept. 9: Duluth, Ga., at Infinite Energy Arena
Sept. 10: New Orleans at Uno Lakefront Arena
Sept. 15: St. Charles, Mo., at the Family Arena
Sept. 16: Chicago at the Ravinia Festival


No word yet on what Montell Jordan will do with the rest of his stage time after he sings, “This Is How We Do It.”