Los Angeles, CA – The already buzzing B2K Reunion / Millennium Tour now has official dates for fans to flock to.

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As of press time, the 25-city tour will commence on March 8 in Pittsburgh and wrap on April 28 in Louisville, KY. Aside from the 2000s boy band stepping onto the stage, similar past 106 & Park favs such as Ying Yang Twins, Chingy and Bobby V are also expected to perform at every stop.

Tickets for The Millennium Tour will available on January 4 at www.gsquaredevents.com while using the presale code: BUMP.

[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on Dec. 22, 2018.]

Get ready to re-live early 2000s teeny-bopper madness because Omarion, Lil Fizz, J-Boog and Raz B are reuniting as B2K for The Millennium Tour in 2019.

Mario, Bobby V, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky and Chingy are also named as special guests on the bill.

It will be the first show O, Fizz, Boog and Raz perform together since their surprise break-up in 2004.

In 2001, the quartet broke into mainstream success with the release of their Hot 100 hit “Uh Huh” and No. 1 self-titled album B2K. During their three-year run, the teen heartthrob group landed four top 40 hits and gave the world the cult classic film You Got Served.

Since the break-up, B2K’s lead singer Omarion has gone on to have a successful solo career of his own. He earned two No. 1 albums, as well as the multi-platinum selling hit, “Post To Be” featuring Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko in 2014.

B2K reuniting is a topic that Omarion has often shied away from. When asked if the group would ever get back together in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX from 2017, O left zero hope.

“People want to make it like New Edition and people want to make it like this connection for people versus the connection for us,” he told us. “When people see how we don’t really talk about it, it’s because it was a different connection for us. It wasn’t what it was for y’all, what it was for us.

“Lord willing,” O hesitantly added. “If it can be done the correct way, the proper way — Lord willing.”

Dates for The Millennium Tour will be announced New Year’s Eve and tickets are scheduled to go on sale January 4, 2019 through G-Squared Events.