98 Degrees and Smiling: The My2K Tour Hints at a 2000s Revival

98 Degrees and Smiling: The My2K Tour Hints at a 2000s Revival

Yes, the '90s are back in a big way (see: Fuller House, Pokémon Go, Crystal Pepsi and The Clintons), but are we already ready for the '00s to make a comeback? After a show like the My2K Tour—which brought together boy band staples 98 Degrees and O-Town, girl group Dream, and singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera—we'd argue we're just about there.

At the Brooklyn stop of the tour at Coney Island's outdoor Ford Amphitheater on Wednesday night (Aug. 17), Dream opened the show with an early set that suffered a bit from it still being daylight, but the "This Is Me" singers still delighted with their handful of hits and some deep cuts. "We don't wear as much glitter as we used to, but we still wear a little," the group told the audience with a laugh, before ending their set with their first new song in years, "I Believe," and then their breakout hit, "He Loves U Not."