98° at Christmas 2018

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Countess and Friends

Fri Feb 1st - 8:00PM tickets parkingThu Apr 25th - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $35 - $125

Ron White

Sat Feb 2nd - 7:00PM tickets parkingSat Feb 2nd - 9:45PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $45 - $240

Aziz Ansari : Road To Nowhere

Wed Feb 6th - 7:30PM tickets parkingThu Feb 7th - 7:30PM tickets parkingThu Feb 7th - 10:15PM tickets parkingFri Feb 8th - 7:30PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $77

Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure

Sat Feb 9th - 1:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $27 - $62

Alan Parsons Live Project

Wed Feb 27th - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $30 - $69

The Monkees

Fri Mar 1st - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $42 - $352

Darci Lynne & Friends – Fresh Out of the Box

Sun Mar 3rd - 3:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $32 - $115

The Human Being Tour with John Crist

Fri Mar 8th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $27 - $152

Shin Lim

Sat Mar 9th - 3:00PM tickets parkingSat Mar 9th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $32 - $102

An Evening with Marie and The Osmonds

Tue Mar 12th - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $115

The Temptations and Four Tops

Fri Mar 15th - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $79

Brian Regan

Sat Mar 16th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $69

Indigo Girls

Thu Mar 21st - 8:00PM tickets parking
Openers: Wainwright Roche
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Peg + Cat Live!

Sat Mar 23rd - 1:00PM tickets parking
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Whindersson Nunes

Sun Mar 24th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $30 - $50

Veterans of SNL w/ Jon Lovitz, Tim Meadows & Chris Kattan

Sat Mar 30th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $27 - $47

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

Fri Apr 12th - 8:00PM tickets parkingSat Apr 13th - 8:00PM tickets parkingSun Apr 14th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $150

Kris Kristofferson

Fri Apr 19th - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - 99

Tom Segura

Fri Apr 26th - 7:30PM tickets parkingFri Apr 26th - 10:00PM tickets parkingSun Apr 28th - 7:00PM tickets parkingSun Apr 28th - 9:45PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $35 - $75

Chris Botti

Sun May 5th - 7:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $79

ABBA the Concert

Fri May 17th - 7:30PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $29 - $45

Ian Anderson Presents : JETHRO TULL 50th Anniversary Tour

Wed Sep 11th - 8:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $79 - $165

Trevor Noah

Fri Nov 15th - 7:30PM tickets parkingFri Nov 15th - 10:00PM tickets parking
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PRICE: $39 - $125

Bio

In five short years — from 1997 to 2002 — 98° sold a staggering 10 million records, scored a chart-topping single, “Thank God I Found You,” with Mariah Carey and Joe, and collaborated with their collective idol, Stevie Wonder, on “True to Your Heart,” for the 1998 animated Disney film, Mulan. Their four-million-selling album, 98° and Rising (1998, Motown), spawned the top-5 favorites “Because of You,” “I Do,” and “The Hardest Thing,” while 2000’s Revelation (Universal Records), which sold two million copies, peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200 and yielded a trio of hits, “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche),” “My Everything” and “The Way You Want Me To.”

The group emerged at a time when teen-oriented acts such as the Spice Girls, The Backstreet Boys and NSYNC were just hitting the top of the charts around the world. They differentiated themselves from many of the other teen bands at the time as they wrote much of their own material, which reflected their own R&B influences.

By September 10, 2001, the frequent Total Request Livechampions had reached the pinnacle of their career. That was the night the male-harmony group, which includes Jeff Timmons, Justin Jeffre and brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, performed in front of a sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden in New York City as part of the Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration. A star-studded salute marking the icon’s three-decade run as a solo entertainer, it was the kind of achievement that should have taken 98° to the next level.

But not 12 hours later, the 9-11 attacks changed the world forever.  At that point, the all-Ohio-raised quartet decided to take a break. Save for a one-off performance on a TV special in 2004, it would be more than a decade before the four friends in 98° would sing together again.

The group tested the waters with a one-time appearance at the Mixtape Festival in Hershey, Penn. Then, in 2013, they hit the road with New Kids On the Block and Boyz II Men, the latter being their inspiration and a group that figures prominently in their origin story. (In the mid-nineties, a fledgling 98° snuck backstage at one of their concerts, hoping to get a demo to the Boyz.)

Encouraged by the rapturous fan reaction, the group headlined their own, 38-city trek in the summer of 2016.  The My2K tour, which also included O-Town, Dream and Ryan Cabrera, played to sell-out or near-capacity crowds at venues like the prestigious Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the 5000-seat Coney Island Amphitheater in New York City.

Last year, the quartet released their first full-length Christmas album in 18 years, Let It Snow, via UMe to glowing reviews from both fans and critics alike.  The album featured the group’s signature R&B-tinged, four-part harmonies and was a natural follow up to their 1999 multi-platinum selling This Christmas. The band embarked on a highly successful 31-city tour across the U.S. in support of their Christmas album in addition to their performances on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Disney’s Magic Holiday Celebration, Good Morning America, Today Show, Kelly & Ryan and more.

Over the past 15 years, all four members have enjoyed other careers outside of music. Nick, who was recently on Season 25 of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, and launched a successful solo music career and has starred on TV shows both as an actor (The WB’s Charmed and One Tree Hill) and as a television host (VH-1’s Big Morning Buzz Live, NBC’s The Sing-Off). Drew was crowned season two winner of Dancing with the Stars, been on Broadway, and both brothers opened Lachey’s Bar (A&E). Timmons joined members of Backstreet Boys and ‘NSYNC for VH-1’s Mission Man Band and Nick Carter’s Sci-Fi feature, Dead Seven. Jeffre is involved in various media and cause related projects stemming from his foray into politics as a mayoral candidate of Cincinnati.

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