Recap: Dream, 98 Degrees, O-Town And Ryan Cabrera Cast A Spell On Baltimore’s Inner Harbor


Many of you reading this post may remember a pinnacle period in life…the days of 1999 and the corresponding years. This time was a special time for me because I was nearing the end to my high school career, gas was extremely cheap, we were on the horizon of a new century AND millennium (who could forget the whole Y2K debacle?) and music was great! The music was so damn good that MTV curated it’s own countdown show which not only celebrated the biggest music videos at the time, but also was the launching pad for up and coming budding artist as well.

A few of those TRL artist were boy band 98 Degrees, Dream, O-Town, and Ryan Cabrera, all of who are headlining the appropriately titled MY2K Tour, which is certainly a nod to that whole great era in pop music.

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Group O-Town Making A Return To The Stage

If you think back to the very early 2000’s, there was a show called “Making The Band”, BEFORE Diddy took over the show. The 1st iteration consisted of a boy band called O-Town that hailed from Orlando, FL and spawned a popular hit song “Liquid Dreams” in 2001.

Many teenie boppers at that time remember this because this was THE era for the mass resurgence of the boy band, and young girls were LOVING them. Well in 2003, the group decided to split and do their own solo thing, leaving their fans high and dry. That was until 10 years later when they reformed the group and started recording again. Fast forward 2 years, and now we’ve learned that O-Town will be heading on a U.S. tour.

Apr. 27 – Washington, DC., Howard Theatre
Apr. 28 – Lancaster, PA., Chameleon Club
Apr. 29 – Baltimore, MD., Baltimore Soundstage [Postponed]
Apr. 30 – Raleigh, NC., Lincoln Theatre
May 1 – Jacksonville, FL., Underbelly
May 2 – Orlando, FL., House of Blues Orlando
May 3 – Pensacola, FL., Vinyl Music Hall
May 6 – Houston, TX., Scout Bar
May 7 – Dallas, TX., Trees