With four of the hottest pop groups that shaped the late ‘90s/early ‘00s landscape ready to present every pop music lover’s dream line-up come true, 98 Degrees have announced the My2k Tour, enlisting Ryan Cabrera, Dream, and O-Town to join in on a celebration of the most infectious pop music of the era. The tour will see the band on their first major, national run of shows since joining New Kids On The Block on their sold out The Package Tour in 2013 and will hit 35 cities this summer, giving attendees the chance to celebrate the era that brought you mix CDs, TRL, Tamagotchi, the World Wide Web and your first cell phone. The fun hits Nashville on July 19th!
For show details and VIP packages please visit My2kTour.com.
“This is something we’ve all been talking about doing for a while, and we’re really excited to get back out on the road and perform together as a group again,” said Nick Lachey of 98 Degrees.
Fans can expect to sing along to hits including 98 Degree’s “I Do (Cherish You)”, Ryan Cabrera’s “On the Way Down”, Dream’s “He Loves U Not” and O-Town’s “All or Nothing” for a fun-filled night out with the who’s who of pop music superstars that dominated MTV’s airwaves and celebrate the cultural touchstones of the Y2K era. Whether swaying to heartfelt ballads – lighter in hand – or getting down to bubblegum pop, the show promises a night of music any pop enthusiast won’t be able to resist.
The tour is headlined by Grammy-nominated 98 Degrees – who have sold more than 10 million records worldwide and achieved eight top 40 singles. Ryan Cabrera is a platinum-selling pop singer who released a top 10 solo debut ‘Take It All Away’ in 2004 and has continued to top charts, including the release of the single “House on Fire” in 2015 which hit #1 on Billboard Dance Chart. Girl group Dream dropped their own platinum debut album ‘All A Dream’, supported by an early signing to Bad Boy Records and backed by Sean Combs himself. O-Town rose to success with the release of their #1 singles “Liquid Dreams” and “All or Nothing”, and went platinum with the release of their self-titled debut album.