From Boyz II Men to The Backstreet Boys, beloved boy bands have been taking fans down memory lane with reunion tours over the last several years. Next year, another iconic group will embark on a reunion tour of their own.

Billboard announced on Friday that R&B quartet B2K would reunite for a Millenium Tour across the United States, beginning next year in March. The tour will feature the four original members: Omarion, Raz B, Boog (aka J-Boog) and Fizz (aka Lil' Fizz). This marks the first time in a decade the four will reunite for shows.

Omarion announced the tour via his personal Twitter, too.

Billboard also reports the "Bump Bump Bump" crooners will share the stage with other favorite early-2000s artists such as Mario, Lloyd and Chingy. 

G-Squared Events, the company presenting the tour, echoed the announcement with a post on its official Instagram account.

Twitter reactions following the announcement were met with excitement and affirmations of attendance:

Others are ready to don their favorite Baby Phat, South Pole and other early-2000s fits to ensure a full-fledged venture back into the good ol' days.  The Millenium Tour schedule will be announced at 9 a.m. EST on December 31, and tickets will be on sale on January 4, 2019, in some areas and in remaining areas on January 11. More information about the tour can be found on G-Squared Event's official website



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