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Pop icons TLC will headline this year's Rochester Summerfest, a two-day all ages festival that will also feature several prominent blues artists and a 90's throwback night. Friday night's theme is "Blues and Barbeque," and local cooks and restaurants will be on site slinging BBQ during performances by Millie Jackson, Denise LaSalle, and bluesman Theodis Ealey. Saturday night is "Throwback 90's," and along with TLC, will feature performances by Joe, SWV, Jagged Edge, Case, and Pete Rock and CL Smooth. Food will be on sale and a Kid Zone will be open throughout the day with bounce houses, batting cages, and face painting.

Rochester Summerfest will take place at Rhino's Stadium, 460 Oak Street, on Friday, July 8, and Saturday, July 9. Gates open at 5 p.m. on Friday, and 1 p.m. on Saturday. Friday admission is $20 in advance, $30 the day of the festival; Saturday is $40 in advance, $55 day of. rochestersummerfest.com.

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