Get ready to feel nostalgic. Arguably, one of the best girl-groups ever is coming to Vancouver for a summer tour and we couldn’t be more stoked for it! According to PNE’s website, TLC is coming to Vancouver this September and we have all the information you need to know.
We’ve pretty much given up on the Spice Girls ever doing a reunion tour with all the members. We’re looking at you, Victoria Beckham! But a girl-group that is just as well known is TLC. Their hit songs like Waterfalls and No Scrubs, got our 14-year-old selves jamming back in the day.
Now, we have the opportunity to see them live and up close in Vancouver at PNE this September.
Every year, PNE adds some huge names to their lineup and this year is no exceptions. The lineup is filled with names like Cheap Trick, STYX, and The Beach Boys. But one sticks out amongst the rest.
According to the PNE website, TLC set to take the stage on Sept. 2, as part of their 25th-anniversary tour. We hate to break it to you but yes, we are that old.
If you plan on attending, we strongly suggest you buy reserved seating or be prepared to stand in line for hours. The website states that during the PNE Summer Nights Concerts, there are around 2,000 to 4,000 general admission tickets available free with admission purchase.
These general admission passes are available both onsite at the PNE Amphitheatre Box Office and online on the day of the show. So that means, starting at 11 a.m. on Sept. 2, you can get your general admission tickets!
If you are wanting to reserve yourself a seat, no problem!
Reserved seats start at $25 and go all the way up to $60. These reserved seats are on sale right now, and honestly, it's a small price to pay for a wicked memory!
Shockingly enough, there are some tickets for reserved seating still available. But once the word gets out, we don’t expect them to last very long.
TLC at PNE's Summer Nights Concerts
Price: Free with admission - $60
Address: PNE Amphitheatre - 2901 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K 5J1
When: Sept. 2, 2019 at 8:30 p.m.
Why you need to go: You owe it to your pre-teen self to go.