HOUSTON (KTRK) --Look deep into your closets and grab your old Girbaud jeans or colorful track suits, because the I love the 90s tour is coming back to H-town.
The "I Love the 90s" tour has been so successful, they are continuing the party and bringing back more iconic artists from the popular decade.
The "I Love the 90s - The Party Continues" tour's new lineup will include TLC, Naughty By Nature, Montell Jordan, C+C Music Factory with Freedom Williams and SNAP!
"We're so excited to get back on the road this summer and give our fans some new TLC music along with our original hits," TLC said. "Being able to headline this tour with our friends and peers from the 90s is so amazing!"
TLC was one of the most popular female groups in the 90s, selling nine top 10 hits on the Billboard 100, with four of them being consecutive no. 1 hit singles "Creep," "Waterfalls, "No Scrubs" and "Unpretty."
The group's album "CrazySexyCool" is the only album by a female group to reach diamond status in the history of the Recording Industry Association of America.
TLC originally consisted of Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas. Lopes was killed in a car accident in April of 2002.
Hip-hop group Naughty By Nature will perform their popular party anthems "O.P.P." and "Hip Hop Hooray." The group consists of trio Treach, Vin Rock and DJ Kay Gee.
And we assume Montell Jordan will be performing his iconic hit "This is How We Do It." Ask anyone who was in high school in the 90s, and they'll tell you that they played that song before going out on a Friday.
"Everybody dance now!" C+C Music Factory with lead vocalist Freedom Williams will get you up and dancing with their songs.
Beatboxer and DJ Biz Markie will take you back with his 1989 song, "Just a Friend."
And German electronic dance duo Michael Munzing and Luca Anzilotti, also known as SNAP! are expected to perform "The Power" and "Rhythm Is a Dancer."
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 24, and the concert is July 30 at NRG Arena. The tour is also making other stops around Texas in Cedar Park and Grand Prairie.
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