With almost 20 years under their belt, the American boy band O-Town is headed back out on the road for their Pop 2000 Tour hosted by Lance Bass of NSYNC along with new music coming this summer. O-Town will be performing at Orange County Fair in Middletown, NY on Sunday, July 21. Music starts at 7:00 p.m. Who says #Throwbacks are only reserved for Thursdays? Find your tickets HERE.
Orange County Fair
239 Wisner Ave, Middletown, NJ 10940
The group, which originally formed in 2000 on the first season of MTV's "Making The Band," will share the stage with pop sensations Aaron Carter, Ryan Cabrera and Tyler Hilton as they jam to Y2K pop hits. In addition to their Pop 2000 Tour, O-Town will be headlining shows in Columbus, OH and Boston, MA as well as supporting American pop and contemporary R&B vocal group, 98 Degrees, during their stints in Regina, SK and London, Ontario. Their full tour schedule can be found HERE.
O-Town is comprised of Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, and Dan Miller. During their 2003 hiatus, members ventured on to other solo careers such as acting and pursuing their own musical interests. Miller achieved a degree in graphic design which lead to creating all of the band's artwork while Underwood received degrees in business management and marketing. Jacob Underwood expressed that their homecoming wasn't just a reunion, but a "new beginning."
"We've been doing this almost 20 years now and we are just as excited to hit the stage as we were in the very beginning," said O-Town's very own, Dan Miller. He continues, "We're thrilled to be able to share this experience with our fans and fellow Y2K pop guys. Our summer tour is in full swing and we hope to see you out on the road!"
As of February 2019, O-Town teamed up with the bachelor's Colton Underwood to release their heartfelt charity single, "Hello World." One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation which raises funds to provide equipment and resourses for people of all ages living with cystic fibrosis. The collaboration was a product of their friendship that was formed at a charity dodgeball tournament in San Diego back in 2014. The new single is available HERE. To learn more, visit www.otownofficial.com.