TLC coming to Abbotsford as part of I Love the 90s event

Naughty by Nature, Montell Jordan and C&C Music Factory all performing locally this summer

R&B group TLC comes to Abbotsford as part of an I Love the 90s concert in July.

The ’90s party is set to continue in Abbotsford this summer.

Multi-time Grammy award winner TLC headlines the I Love the 90s – The Party Continues tour, which comes to Abbotsford Centre on July 8.

TLC has sold over 65 million records, and is regarded as one of the greatest female groups of all time. All four of the group’s albums have gone platinum multiple times, and their 1994 album CrazySexyCool is the only album ever to receive diamond certification from the Recording Industry Association of America.

Rap group Naughty by Nature is another one of the key performers at the tour. Naughty by Nature became a mainstream success with their 1991 self-titled album. That album went platinum, and spawned several hit singles.

The group went on to win a Grammy for their 1996 album Poverty’s Paradise.

Other acts performing at the event include: Montell Jordan, Biz Markie, C&C Music Factory with Freedom Williams and Snap.

Tickets for the event go on sale starting Friday, March 24.

Those wanting to scratch their itch for the ’90s earlier can still check out the original I Love the 90s tour, which comes to Abbotsford on April 22.

That show features Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa, Rob Base, All 4 One, Color Me Badd and Young MC. Tickets are almost sold out for that show.

For more details on all the shows, visit abbotsfordcentre.ca.

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