A comeback tour has to start somewhere, and for 98 Degrees that place was Hershey, PA. The performance at the inaugural "Mixtape Festival" went so well that the guys decided to hop back in the studio and jump on the road with New Kids on The Block and Boyz II Men. The tour sold better than expected, so it looks like this might not be the last curtain call for the Ohio-born quartet.
“I think we’ll probably take a break, and then regroup and go back out,” Drew Lachey told “The Ralphie Show” of the band’s plans post-Package Tour. “(We’ll) see what’s up tour-wise or head back in the studio. One way or another, we’ll be doing something together.”
The band released its first studio album in 13 years, 2.0, in May. “The Package Tour” runs through August.
Sunday, June 16, 2013