B2K Reunites for 2019 “Millennium Tour”

Candice Blundo | January 2, 2019
B2K 2019 Tour

15 years after calling it quits, urban boy band B2K is reuniting for an all-new 25-city tour, bringing the “Bump Bump Bump” crooners to stages across the US in 2019!

The massive “Millennium Tour” launches March 8 in Pittsburgh, PA and will travel coast-to-coast making stops in cities like New York, Nashville, Atlanta, and New Orleans. A final performance in Louisville will wrap things up on April 28.

The upcoming run of shows marks the first time the beloved early ‘00s boy band has performed together in over a decade.

"We’re thrilled to announce that the fans relentless petition for a reunion has not gone unheeded," Damuer H. Leffridge, managing partner at Blvd. Music shared. "Through collaborative efforts, B2K answered the call. The stage has been set, the journey continues, please get ready for the triumphant return of B2K."

Omarion, Raz B, Boog (formerly J-Boog), and Fizz (formerly Lil’ Fizz) will be joined on the road by fellow R&B and hip-hop mainstays Pretty Ricky, the Ying Yang Twins, Chingy, Mario, and Lloyd as special guests.

Who Is B2K?

B2K, comprised of vocalists Omarion, Raz B, Boog, and Fizz offered a stylish and edgy take on the boy band trend that had taken over the late 1990s and early 2000s. In their short but impactful time together, B2K (an acronym for Boys of the new Millennium) racked up four top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including their number one single “Bump Bump Bump.” From 2002 to 2003, the boys released an impressive four studio albums, two of which topped the charts (B2K, Pandemonium!) with one (their self-titled debut) earning gold sales status.

In 2004, the group appeared in their cult-favorite film You Got Served, performing on the soundtrack as well. It was around this time they disbanded, with each of the founding members embarking on solo careers. One member, Omarion, would go on to release two number one albums on the Billboard 200 as well as a string of hit singles including 2006’s “Ice Box” and 2014’s “Post to Be.” After nearly 15 years of silence, B2K officially announced in December 2018 that they would be reuniting for a 25-city tour in 2019.


Where is B2K playing near me?


3/08 Pittsburgh, PA Shop Tickets
3/09 New York, NY Shop Tickets
3/14 Rochester, NY Shop Tickets
3/15 Fairfax, VA Shop Tickets
3/16 Hampton, VA Shop Tickets
3/17 Greensboro, NC Shop Tickets
3/22 Cincinnati, OH Shop Tickets
3/23 Nashville, TN Shop Tickets
3/24 Memphis, TN Shop Tickets
3/29 Raleigh, NC Shop Tickets
3/30 Philadelphia, PA Shop Tickets
3/31 Newark, NJ Shop Tickets
4/05 Atlanta, GA Shop Tickets
4/06 Charlotte, NC Shop Tickets
4/07 Baltimore, MD Shop Tickets
4/11 Fresno, CA Shop Tickets
4/12 Inglewood, CA Shop Tickets
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4/18 Bossier City, LA Shop Tickets
4/19 Grand Prairie, TX Shop Tickets
4/20 Sugar Land, TX Shop Tickets
4/21 New Orleans, LA Shop Tickets
4/26 Cleveland, OH Shop Tickets
4/27 Chicago, IL Shop Tickets
4/28 Louisville, KY Shop Tickets

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