98 Degrees to perform at Louisville Palace Dec. 6

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On Dec. 6, 98 Degrees will be bringing back their favorite hits from the ’90s, 2000s and today. There is always a little piece of an individual’s heart that will be filled by boy bands from the ’90s and 98 Degrees is pulling on those heart strings as they announce a new tour once again.

Tickets range from $29.50-$59.50. Showtime is 8 p.m.—doors open at 7 p.m. All ages are welcome. Service charges are not included in ticket prices. Tickets are subject to price increases. Tickets may be purchased at www.LouisvillePalace.com or at the Louisville Palace box office, 625 South Fourth St.

For premium seats, lounge access, parking and more, contact MindyGoff@livenation.com or call (502) 883-5804.

“As a group, our favorite record, hands down, is ‘This Christmas’,” Drew Lachey, said in a press release Aug. 11. “We’re proud of the music, the harmonies and the production. It’s a Christmas record that every year people can put on and enjoy.”

This will be the first album from the guys in four years, but Drew, Justin Jeffre, Jeff Timmons and Nick Lachey can’t wait to get back in the game. The album will drop Oct. 13.

“It’s a special year for us—it’s the 20th anniversary of our first release on Motown Records,” said Lachey. “So, it just seemed like the perfect moment to revisit ‘This Christmas’ and do a volume two.”

The album will include 12 Christmas songs including “Let It Snow,” “What Christmas Means To Me” and “Little Saint Nick.”

“It’s all about the way we sound when we sing together,” said Lachey. “As you get older, that means everything: to be able to strip away all of that other stuff and get back to why we’re doing this in the first place.”

There is sure to be group formations and sweet harmonies during the show. Don’t miss out on tickets to singing along with a few favorite hits as 98 Degrees takes the stage at Louisville Palace. n