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Day26 Announces 10-Year Anniversary Tour

Day26 have announced their 10-year anniversary concert on August 26, 2017 at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. Due to overwhelming fan demand, the concert has been sold out. The group added an encore show to their August 27 show to accommodate their fans. Donnie Klang, the group’s newest member and hand-picked by P. Diddy, will perform on the lineup. The reunion will be one of the biggest events of Day26’s career.

In 2004, the group released their first album, “Closer,” which went to number one on the Billboard charts. After this success, the group reunited and released “A New Day,” without Brian Angel. They are currently working on their third studio album. This concert will be a reunion of the band’s fan base and will be the band’s farewell. Despite their popularity, the new album is sure to be one of the best yet.

After appearing on Diddy’s TV show “Making the Band”, the group became very popular. The group is all-male, and members were selected based on their talent and chemistry with each other. The group was known for its big personalities and big fights. Their names reflect this fact. This image has remained on social media for years, and the new album is sure to continue that trend. A new album is in production, and the new tour will mark their 10-year anniversary.

In 2007, the band was formed under the reality TV show Making the Band and released two albums. The first album was Forever in a Day and the second was “The Return EP”. Day26 won the BET Award for Best Group in 2009 and was nominated to the American Music Award and Teen Choice Award. Despite its success, the members have pursued solo careers and even gone on to act in films. Now, they’re back with a new album called “A New Day.”

After the third series of Making the Band, Day26 disbanded, with Diddy suspecting that the girls’ egos were growing larger than their talent. In 2009, the band released a single entitled Forever in a Day, which was released April 14, 2009. Dawn Richard and Aundrea Fimbres also made appearances. Que, the lead singer, had a dispute with Screwface and later split. Que has released a number of videos about her relationship with Day26 since the split.

Four chart-topping groups were created by “Making the Band”. O-Town, Da Band, Danity Kane, and Day 26 are all products of the show. The group featured six members, including a rapper and a singer. The members of the group also made solo albums. They announced their reunion 15-years later. This is quite a milestone for an act on MTV. It’s not too far away!

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