The Millennium Tour
B2K, Mario, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd, Ying Yang Twins, Chingy, and Bobby V
- May 11 Saturday 7:30 PM Buy Tickets
Multi-platinum R&B group B2K (Omarion, Boog, Fizz and Raz-B), will kick off a limited engagement tour March 2019, entitled “The Millennium Tour”. The Iconic group along with special guests; Mario, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd, Ying Yang Twins, Chingy, and Bobby V - will visit over 25 cities across the U.S. The tour is produced by G-Squared Events in association with Omarion Worldwide, Hall of Fame Entertainment, and Blvd. Music. “The Millennium Tour” will make a stop at Tampa’s AMALIE Arena on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7:30 PM.
B2K was the quintessential R&B Boys Group of the 2000’ whose impact on the culture has remained steadfast. Although the group disbanded over a decade ago, their music has consistently stayed on top of streaming playlist and they remain a hot topic of mainstream conversation on reality tv and social media. Known for their chart-topping tracks including “BUMP, BUMP, BUMP”, “Uh Huh”, “What A Girl Wants”, “Why I love You” and “Girlfriend” - B2K kept the girls screaming. Not only were they breaking hearts – they were breaking records, electrifying the airwaves, and blazing the stage with their signature dance moves. In 2000, B2K made a cameo appearance in Lil' Bow Wow's music video “Ghetto Girls” and opened on the “Scream Tour I” and the stage was set. B2K would become one of the most unforgettable and highly sought-after groups in the 2000’s.
B2K went on to break pop charts in 2001 with their single "Uh Huh." The group's debut album, “B2K” was released on March 12, 2002 which peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200 and number 1 on the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs albums chart. The album included follow-up singles "Gots Ta Be," charting at 34 on the Top 40. The single, "Why I Love You" was released in the spring and the album was certified Gold by the summer.
B2K released their second album, “Pandemonium!” on December 10, 2002 which debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200 and at number 3 on Top R&B/Hip Hop albums. The group released their fourth single, “Bump, Bump, Bump” which featured P. Diddy. The single became B2K's first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart ultimately reaching number one February 1, 2003. The single, “Girlfriend”, was released in 2003, and broke the top 40 and the R&B Top 20 by charting at number 30 and number 19, respectively. The music video had loads of star power including Will Smith, Vivica A. Fox, and Ronald Isley.
In 2003, B2K filmed the millennial cult classic “You Got Served”. The star-studded cast included; IMx members Marques Houston and Jerome Jones, Steve Harvey, and actress Meagan Good. The film spawned a soundtrack, which included the single "Badaboom”, featuring rapper Fabolous. The single reached number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100. B2K rounded the year off with a Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Music group.
The magic they made on and off the stage could not prevent the group from disbanding as the members sought to pursue their solo careers. Since then, the fans have craved more of what they served in the 2000’s. More than a decade later, and after long-awaited reunions and biopics from figures of hip-hop and R&B’s golden years, like Tupac, Guy, RBRM, and Xscape - the ‘90s and early 2000s are primed for reflection and a reunion tour from B2K is right on time.
Fans can expect to hear the group’s biggest hits as they perform together for the first time in over a decade. For full concert details, including ticketing outlets, visit www.gsquaredevents.com.
Parking + Transportation
As our partners at Water Street Tampa continue to develop the 60 contiguous acres in the neighborhood surrounding AMALIE Arena, we ask for your patience and consideration when planning your visit to cheer on the Lightning or enjoy a concert or family show. We are pleased to report that the development project is well underway with a hotel and USF Health's Morsani College of Medicine in the midst of construction while we expect to see groundbreakings on several other projects. Roadways are being realigned, traffic patterns are changing and new transportation options are emerging - all with a vision of creating a more user-friendly environment in the blocks surrounding AMALIE Arena.
As you plan your trip downtown, we aim to keep you informed of these new developments, offering you all you need to know about arriving at AMALIE safe and on time for your event.
For the quickest arrival and departure, we suggest the following parking options.
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Prohibited Items + Camera Policy
The following items cannot be brought into AMALIE Arena events:
- Bags larger than 12x12x12 inches, backpacks or wrapped packages
- Cameras with a detachable lens and professional cameras are prohibited at all concerts. Video and audio recording devices and camera bags are also prohibited.
- Binoculars are permitted. Binocular bags are not permitted
- Laser pointers
- Weapons of any kind
- Bottles, cans, or containers of any kind
- Sharp objects, sticks or poles of any kind
- Pepper spray or mace
- Food or beverage items
- Drugs or controlled substances
- Chairs, folding chairs or any other type of individual chair for use
- Large banners or signs, banners or signs with objectionable language, banners or signs on a pole of any kind
- Noisemakers and horns
Keep in mind that AMALIE Arena will utilize a variety of search techniques at all entry points. Thank you for your cooperation.