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Friday, August 23, 2024 8:00 PM

“Don’t go chasin’ waterfalls…” Plan a visit to the Great New York State Fair this summer instead! One of the most popular female music groups of the 1990s, TLC, is performing at The Fair on Pride Day, Friday, August 23. The ladies of TLC – Tionne “T-Boz” and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas – will take the Suburban Park stage at 8:00 p.m.

Named for the acronym that came from the first letter of the nicknames of each member (Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes died in 2002), TLC formed in 1990 in Atlanta, Georgia. The four-time Grammy award winning group went on to become one of the biggest-selling female groups of all time, producing an extensive musical resume that is supported with a variety of accolades.

To date, TLC has sold 85 million records worldwide, produced ten Top Ten singles in the U.S. (four went to Number 1!), and four multi-platinum selling albums, including the 1994 breakthrough success CrazySexyCool. The album, which Rolling Stone recognized as one of The Best 500 Albums of All Time, produced four top five singles including “Creep,” “Diggin’ on You,” and “Waterfalls.” This summer TLC is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the iconic album, promising to sing through all their hits. The tour is also a celebration of the 90s. TLC encourages fans to come to their shows in attire that represents the decade.

When TLC first played at Suburban Park (then called Chevy Park) in 2022, the duo drew 30,000 people – tied for the 20th largest concert crowd in the history of The Fair.

The Great New York State Fair is the most affordable State Fair in the country – and entry to all concerts is included in the price of admission.

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