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Turning Stone Announces New ‘Classic Series’ at LAVA Nightclub, Featuring Performances from Popular Artists from the 90s

Award-winning musicians Ginuwine, Ja Rule and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony will be coming to Turning Stone’s LAVA Nightclub this fall, as part of the brand-new LAVA Classic Series. These throwback performances will run on select Friday nights from September through November, with advanced tickets now on sale. 

Turning Stone Resort Casino is excited to announce an all-new “Classic Series” at LAVA Nightclub, a first-of-its-kind concert series, for this fall. Premiering on September 21, the monthly “Classic Series” will feature performances from popular, award-winning artists from the 1990s and 2000s, including Ja Rule, Ginuwine and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Advance tickets for these special performances start at $25 and are on sale now.

Famed for his chart-topping hits including “Always on Time” with Ashanti and “I’m Real” with Jennifer Lopez, singer-songwriter Ja Rule will kick off the series on September 21. Multi-platinum artist Ginuwine, best known for his hit single “Pony,” will take the stage at LAVA on October 19. The series will close with Grammy Award-winning group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony performing their hits, including “Crossroads,” on November 16.  

Turning Stone’s LAVA Nightclub and Exit 33 have redefined entertainment in Upstate New York, bringing artists from around the country to the region.

Advance tickets for all shows are on sale now at Eventbrite. All tickets are General Admission. Tickets for Ja Rule and tickets Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are: Early Bird $30 (limited quantities), Advance General Admission for $35 and, if tickets are still available, $40 the night of the performances.  Tickets for Ginuwine are: Early Bird for $25 (limited quantities), Advance General Admission for $30 and if available, Night-of tickets are $35 at the door. VIP Table pricing is available upon request.

LAVA Nightclub was recently voted the #1 Best Nightclub in New York by Casino Player Magazine, while Turning Stone was named #1 Best Overall Entertainment in New York.

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