TLC Announce ‘CrazySexyCool’ Anniversary Tour

Published: Thursday 24th Jun 2021 by Sam

TLC is toasting to the enduring impact of their second studio album ‘CrazySexyCool.’

Because the surviving members of the group are heading out on the road in salute of the game-changing LP.

Full story below…

Today Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas announced their 2021 ‘Celebration of CrazySexyCool Tour.’

Beginning September 3 in Alabama, the 18-city trek will see the ladies perform selections from the 1994 Diamond-certified album 27 years after its release.

As many will recall, the project is home to hits such as ‘Creep,’ ‘Red Light Special,’ and ‘Waterfalls.’

The shows, which also feature classics from their broader catalog, will be 90s themed – from the fan interaction to 90s fashion to surprise guests and more.

Bone Thugs N’ Harmony will serve as special guests.

Tickets go on sale June 25 via

Speaking on trek, Chilli said in a statement:

“I’m so excited for this tour because we’ve been talking about doing something special for CrazySexyCool for years and FINALLY, we get to do it! This is the album that truly put us on the map and showed the world who we really are. So, this will be quite the celebration!”

Peep dates:

‘Celebration of CrazySexyCool’ Tour 2021

Sept 3 

Albertville, AL

Sand Mountain Amphitheater

Sept 14

Sterling Heights, MI

Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre

Sept 15

Tinley Park, IL

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Sept 17

Gilford, NH

Bank of New Hampshire Pavillion

Sept 18

Brooklyn, NY

Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk

Sept 20

Indianapolis, IN

TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park

Sept 21

Franklin, TN

FirstBank Amphitheater

Sept 23

Simpsonville, SC

CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park

Sept 24

Raleigh, NC

Red Hat Amphitheater

Sept 25

St. Augustine, FL

St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Sept 27

Miami, FL

FPL Solar Amphitheatre

Sept 30

Belton, TX

Bell County Expo Center (tickets on sale July 9th) *

Oct 2

Houston, TX

Smart Financial Centre

Oct 3

Irving, TX

The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Oct 6

Mesa, AZ

Mesa Amphitheatre

Oct 7

San Diego, CA

Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre

Oct 9

Inglewood, CA

PV Hollywood Park

Oct 10

Concord, CA

Concord Pavilion

The tour precedes a two-hour documentary special ‘Biography: TLC’ will premiere on A&E in 2022.



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  1. DC3 FOREVER June 24, 2021

    Hope they add more dates especially come to Las Vegas

  2. Diabetes UNBOTHERED June 24, 2021

    #FLOP, Noone wants to see these 2 BROKE OLD TIRED & RETIRED GRANNIES on stage anymore. Them tickets will be collecting DUST.

    Who do they think they are anyway?, B2K?

    I remember an old video clip that surfaced where chilli was upset at labels for counting DCs Solo sales with group sales for the Biggest Selling R&B group title but if you look up TLC & DC album sales u will see that they were neck & neck concerning album sales without even counting Solo projects .

    Labels lie about sales all the time, they lied about Aliyah, TLC, DC, and countless others.

  3. Truth June 24, 2021

    Lol@no stop in ATL…

  4. Phattie Pattie June 24, 2021

    I know T Boz is suffering with illness but I wouldn’t pay to see her live. Now days she’s very lethargic and stiff on stage. Chili still brings it but that’s not enough.

  5. eric June 24, 2021

    I’ve seen them twice in the last 6 years and I’d go again if they added a date closer to me. Outside of two songs though, I’m not a BTNH fan.

  6. S H A D I S M June 25, 2021

    Too Late Chicks

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