CLEVELAND - New Kids on the Block fans will be happy to know the band is coming to Cleveland this summer with some special guests.
Opening for NKOTB will be multi-platinum selling artists 98 Degrees and Grammy Award-winning Boyz II Men, the best-selling R&B group of all time.
The acts are coming to Quicken Loans Arena on June 9.
It's the first tour for 98 Degrees in 12 years.
Tickets for "The Package Tour" go on sale Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. at www.theQarena.com, by phone 1-888-894-9424, at the Quicken Loans Arena Box Office, and at one of Discount Drug Mart's 58 northern Ohio locations.
NKOTB is also planning to release a new album "10" on April 2. Its first single Remix (I Like The) drops on iTunes Jan. 28.
The group has been quietly spending the past six months working hard, writing and recording the album.
"Ladies, we're coming for you," said NKOTB member Donnie Wahlberg in a news release. "This is going to be the craziest year yet - the single, the album, the tour with 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men…we can’t wait to give fans 'The Package!'"
"We are really excited to get back on the road together and tour with our friends in NKOTB and Boyz II Men. Looking forward to playing our hits and trying out some of our new tracks too," said 98 Degrees' Nick Lachey.
"We couldn't be more excited to join New Kids on the Block and 98 Degrees...This summer is going to be fun and fans will not want to miss it," said Shawn Stockman.
Visit www.thepackage-tour.com for up-to-date information or join the discussion on Twitter by including #thepackagetour.
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