DetailsTime : Gates: 5 Show: 6:30 PM
Venue : Tag's Summer Stage
Address : 3037 State Rt 352
Zip : 14810
Phone : 800-650-TAGS
Contact Email : email@example.com
CrossRhodes Entertainment welcomes the I Love the 90s Tour / The Party Continues on Saturday, August 26 to the Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s in Big Flats, NY. 90s music legends:, Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath, TLC, All 4 One, Rob Base, C & C Music Factory, and Snap will be taking over.
Tickets go on sale Saturday, April 1 at 10 AM and are $44.50 for general admission, $59.50 reserved seating. $89.50 gold circle seating. Tickets are an additional $5.00 on the day of show.
Due to the popularity of the I Love the 90s Tour from 2016 Tag’s is proud to present more of your 90s favorite. Everyone’s favorite ultimate flashback party is back for a second round of reminiscing and fun. Gates open at 5:00 – show starts at 6:30 PM
Want your chance to win tickets or get yours before anyone else to the ultimate 90s experience? Wink 106 and Tag’s will be hosting a Pre-Sale Party in the banquet room at Tag’s Restaurant on Friday, March 31 from 7-9 PM. Scott and Ally from Wink 106 will be there to host fun games from back in the day like “Skip It” and “Guess who from the 90s”. There will be food, a DJ, door prizes, plus admittance is absolutely free!
TLC was one of the highest selling R&B female only groups of all time, riding a blend of hip-hop, pop, and urban soul to fame in the 90s. Some of their top hits included “No Scrubs,” “Waterfalls,” and “Creep.”Sugar Ray’s singer mark McGrath will be bringing the band’s top hits from the 90s such as the Billboard No. 1 “Fly”. All-4-One is another R&B group but male only groups and produced the cover hit single “I Swear.” Rob Base is best known for the multi-platinum hip-hop classic “It Takes Two.” C+C Music Factory is a musical group that produced catchy hits such as “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” and “Here We Go (Let’s Rock &Roll).” Snap, the German Eurodance group, will have you up and moving with their hits “The Power” and “Rhythm is a Dancer.”