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We invite you to come see the Atlanta based group, TLC. TLC fans look no further, you can watch TLC perform Creey and Unpretty live. Rukkus offers the lowest priced passes to TLC performances by removing so many of the expenses some other ticketing websites charge. We are able to obtain the best price and then pass those reductions to our customers.

Why Rukkus

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How Rukkus Does It

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Picking Your Seat

Venues are big and complex to look through. Ticket charts are even more perplexing. You should be able to tell what your view will be like before getting to the game. That’s the reason we’ve built a responsive seating chart that exhibits not just which seat your ticket is for, but also what your view is like from that seat. Before buying, you can browse through each seat and pick what is perfect for you. Just because a ticket is priced higher doesn’t necessarily mean it’s better - now you can find out.

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Rukkus makes checkout simpler than any other website. After choosing your tickets off the interactive seating chart, there are only three additional steps until your order is placed. Just enter your email, your address, and credit card information. Once you select place order, your purchase will be verified.This information is sent securely and is encrypted through our servers. But there are other easy ways too. Or, use your Paypal or Amazon information to pay. Click on the Paypal or Amazon Pay icons and you will be directed to their respective websites. There is no need to enter your billing information on our site. If the ticket is sent via email, then you will receive it almost instantaneously. Alternatively, you may buy tickets on mobile. The process is just as simple as online. Enter your information and just press checkout to place your order. We even accept Apple Pay, in addition to all our other payment options. Otherwise, a physical ticket will be mailed to you by game time.

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Because all our vendors undergo a verification process, you are guaranteed your tickets by game day. Our fan ops team is always here to help anytime you need help with your order. If you buy tickets from us, we’ll tell you how you’ll receive them beforehand. If your game is called off, don’t worry, we’ll issue you a complete refund. We are always available online, just contact us.

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TLC Bio

The decade of the 1990s saw more than its share of boy and girl groups, but even in that crowded field, TLC always stood out. The unmistakable talent and style of the all-girl trio helped them rise to the top of the pop charts. TLC tickets and albums sold better than any other American girl group’s did in the 1990s – in fact, TLC remains the single best-selling American girl group of all time, as well as the only girl group to ever have an album be certified diamond in the U.S. Today, TLC is still together and touring, giving fans all over another chance to see history’s greatest girl group.



TLC may have cemented their place in history, but their road to the top wasn’t easy. TLC’s decade of dominance was consistently marred by run-ins with the law, feuds between members, serious problems with their record labels, and even the death of one of their members. TLC’s story is one of struggle and of triumph: they overcame all of these problems to the greatest all-girl pop group in history.

TLC’s story begins in 1990. That’s when record producer Ian Burke and teenaged singer Crystal Jones came up with the idea of an all-girl group that would use hip-hop influences and tomboyish style to stand out from the crowd. Originally, the group was supposed to include Jones herself, so the two put out a casting call for only two new members. Singer Tionne Watkins and rapper Lisa Lopes answered the call. Together, Jones, Watkins, and Lopes formed a new group called 2nd Nature. It was the earliest form of TLC, though the group still had some maturing and evolving to do.

The group managed to secure an audition with the management group Pebbitone. Reid was impressed, and decided to sign the band – though not before she re-named the group TLC-Skee and auditioned them for her then-husband Antonio Reid of LaFace Records. With the papers still unsigned, the label and management company had all the power – and they soon decided that Crystal Jones had no place in the group. They signed only Watkins and Lopes, and began the search for a new member of TLC-Skee.

The new member materialized when the two remaining TLC-Skee performers made their recording debut on a track from R&B duo Damian Dame. One of Damian Dame’s backup dancers, Rozonda Thomas, was chosen as the third member of TLC-Skee. She signed on in 1991, completing the lineup that would make TLC famous.

The new member meant that TLC-Skee no longer worked as an acronym for the members’ names, so each of the group’s members adopted a new nickname. With their new stage names, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas were each represented by one of the letters of TLC. They dropped the “-Skee” portion of the group’s name, and TLC as we know it was born.

The band released their debut album, Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip, in 1992. The album was well received and reached number 14 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Perhaps more importantly, the record gave the group three top-10 singles. TLC headed out on tour with MC Hammer after the release of Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip, giving fans around the country their first chance to get TLC tickets.

But with the band’s success came new problems. Lopes battled alcoholism and fell into an abusive relationship with an Atlanta Falcons football player. She was sentenced to five years of probation after lighting her boyfriend’s shoes on fire resulted in a damaged apartment and an arson charge. But personal problems didn’t prevent the band from recording their next album – a record that would prove to be their biggest hit.

1994’s CrazySexyCool wasn’t just a high-water mark for TLC – it was a high-water mark for girl groups as a whole. To this day, CrazySexyCool is the best-selling girl group album of all time. It has been certified diamond by the RIAA, and it’s the only album from an all-girl group to ever earn that distinction. CrazySexyCool included the mega-hits “Creep” and “Waterfalls.”

TLC tickets and albums were selling better than ever after the release of CrazySexyCool – but, somehow, the members of the group weren’t seeing the profits. The members of TLC shocked everyone by filing for bankruptcy in 1995. Their deals with Pebbitone and LaFace were well below industry standards, and the group was being nickel-and-dimed for expenses like air travel during tours. After a dispute with the companies, TLC bought out the rights to their name and swapped future royalties for a release from their current contract.

The next TLC album, FanMail (1999), was their first to be released through Arista Records. The album was a hit, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 and going on to sell more than 6,000,000 copies, enough to get it certified 6x platinum. TLC had a huge album yet again, and this time they were actually seeing the profits.

But despite the group’s success, there was discord between its members. Lopes challenged her fellow members to record solo albums and see which record would sell best. Lopes’ album, however, was a flop – her label cancelled the entire North American release of the record after its lead single failed to gain any traction. Eventually, the feud was settled, and TLC soldiered on.

In 2002, tragedy struck: Lopes was killed in a car accident in Honduras, where she’d been filming a documentary. The surviving members of the group made the decision to release the album that TLC had been working on and then retire. 3D (2002) was a critical and commercial hit, and TLC went out on a high note.

The remaining members of TLC stayed relatively quiet for a decade after the release of 3D. They appeared only occasionally, rarely recorded, and generally avoided using the TLC name. Among other projects, Watkins and Thomas performed a tribute to Lopes in 2004 and later made a reality show called R U the Girl. The show’s winner, Tiffany "O'so Krispie" Baker, got to record a single with Watkins and Thomas. That single was released under a new band name, and TLC remained officially retired.

It wasn’t until 2013 that TLC truly returned. Watkins and Thomas revived the TLC name and took off on a world tour, giving fans their first chance in a decade to get their hands on TLC tickets. Using guest artists or old recording to cover Lopes’ parts, the band played big-time events like VH1’s Super Bowl Concert Series. In 2015, the group announced plans for a fifth and final studio album. They made a Kickstarter page for the project and fans – including some high-profile artists like Justin Timberlake and Katy Perry – quickly helped TLC exceed their fundraising goal.

Today, TLC is back where they belong: on stage and on tour, bringing their music to fans. The most successful American girl group in history has changed a lot since they first got together in the 1990s, but the surviving members of TLC remain committed to the distinctive pop sound that made the group famous. TLC tickets and new TLC albums are finally available again – and fans couldn’t be happier.

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TLC Members

  • Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas
  • Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins

Todays TLC Tickets

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TLC Ticket Prices

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Low: $41.00

High: $231.00

Cheap TLC Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$6.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/04/2015
BB&T Center; Sunrise, FL
$10.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/20/2015
Nassau Coliseum; Uniondale, NY
$11.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 05/02/2015
Honda Center; Anaheim, CA
$14.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/19/2015
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$16.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 05/29/2015
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
$21.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 05/22/2015
Scottrade Center; St Louis, MO
$21.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 05/14/2015
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$23.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/21/2015
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$24.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/11/2015
Sands Bethlehem Event Center; Bethlehem, PA
$25.00 New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/17/2015
Quicken Loans Arena; Cleveland, OH

Best and Most Expensive TLC Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$231.00I Love The 90s — 08/05/2017
Myth; Saint Paul, MN
$195.00I Love The 90s — 07/07/2017
Everett Event Center; Everett, WA
$114.00New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/02/2015
Spectrum Center; Charlotte, NC
$84.00New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 06/14/2015
PPG Paints Arena; Pittsburgh, PA
$83.00Big Hits Throwback Fest - TLC with Shaggy — 03/26/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$79.00New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 05/08/2015
SAP Center; San Jose, CA
$71.00I Love The 90s — 08/11/2017
Providence Medical Center Amphitheater; Bonner Springs, KS
$66.00New Kids on the Block with TLC and Nelly — 05/06/2015
Tacoma Dome; Tacoma, WA
$66.00TLC — 09/25/2016
NYCB Theatre at Westbury; Westbury, NY
$64.00I Love The 90s — 09/08/2017
Salem Civic Center; Salem, VA
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