My 2K Tour with 98 Degrees moves to South Side Ballroom in Dallas

98 Degrees was scheduled to play the Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas for the big My 2K Tour nostalgia concert in the DFW area, but things have changed course. According to Live Nation on Wednesday, the My 2K Tour show in Dallas has moved to the South Side Ballroom. The concert will take place on July 11.

The newly moved My 2K Tour in Dallas is the fourth show in the new tour for a group of 90s nostalgia acts. 98 Degrees is the headliner with fellow pop band O-Town, girl band Dream, and Ryan Cabrera slated as the lineup. The night before the Dallas concert, 98 Degrees and company will play the Austin City Limits on July 10. They will also play in Houston on July 12 at the Revention Music Center.

The My 2K Tour will play 35 cities with the first show in Park City, Kansas on July 8 and the final show of the tour on Aug. 29 in Saratoga, California. This is the first tour for 98 Degrees since 2013 when they actually released a new album called 2.0.

Dream and O-Town both broke up in 2003, so this is a true reunion tour for their fans. Ryan Cabrera is the only band here that has been touring regularly over the years.

98 Degrees consist of the original members of the band, including brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, as well as Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre. They released their first single with “Invisible Man” and it was a top 20 hit. Their sophomore album, 98 Degrees and Rising was their biggest success, going quadruple-platinum. Both of their next albums were also platinum.

The band broke up when Nick Lachey married Jessica Simpson and enjoyed success on his own. The band then reunited in 2012 and have been together ever since.

Tickets the My 2K Tour show at the South Side Ballroom went on sale on May 16 through Live Nation, with general admission tickets costing $33.50 and reserved seats ranging from $45.50 up to $99.50. 98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream, and Ryan Cabrera will perform at the big show on July 11.