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The ’90s are Back: TLC Announces Australian Tour with En Vogue and Busta Rhymes

November 29, 2023 12:29 pm in by
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Relive the ’90s with this epic tour! TLC, the iconic 90s R&B girl group, just announced they are heading to Australia in 2024. They’ll also be bringing along two other amazing acts from the golden era of music: En Vogue and Busta Rhymes.

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their hit album CrazySexyCool, TLC will be embarking on a five-city tour. Kicking off in Melbourne on March 2, they’ll also be visiting Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth in early March of next year.

1995 TLC: Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins (L), Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas and Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes – Credit: DON EMMERT/AFP via Getty Images
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Chili said in a statement, “I’m so excited to return to Australia! This is the album that put us on the map with Aussie fans and showed the world who we really are, and to mark 30 years, this will be quite the celebration!”

CrazySexyCool was an international sensation, selling over 85 million records and reaching the Top 5 on Australian charts, where it stayed in the top 100 for an impressive 76 weeks. The album featured a string of number-one hits, such as Waterfalls, Creep, No Scrubs, and Unpretty, as well as catchy singles like Diggin’ On You, Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg, and Red Light Special.

With four Grammy Awards and four multi-platinum albums (two of which went Diamond), TLC remains the best-selling US girl group of all time. However, they were struck by tragedy in 2002 when bandmate Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes passed away in a car accident shortly before her 31st birthday.

TLCs Chili and T-Boz at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival – Sep., 2023 (Credit: Mindy Small/Getty Images)
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TLC – 2024 Australian Tour Dates

Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see TLC, En Vogue, and Busta Rhymes live in Australia. Mark your calendars for the tour dates:

  • Saturday, March 2: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
  • Sunday, March 3: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
  • Tuesday, March 5: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • Thursday, March 7: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
  • Saturday, March 9: RAC Arena, Perth

Tickets will be available for pre-sale starting on Monday, December 4 at 11am, running for 48 hours. Live Nation pre-sale begins on Wednesday, December 6 at 1pm, and general public tickets will go on sale on Thursday, December 7 at 1pm. For more information, visit Live Nation’s website.

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