Michael Tait made headlines last week after hinting that dc Talk will hit the road for a limited annual tour set to launch in 2020. However, tobyMac cautions fans in a more recent radio interview that these details are not confirmed.
In the original interview with 98.5 KTIS, Tait shared, "Next year dc Talk will be doing a land cruise. We’ll be doing tour dates in the states, not announced yet, but it will be very few, but we’ll do them each year, ’20, ’21, and probably ’22."
However, when talking to SpiritSong, tobyMac clarified that although logistical talks are underway, no details of the land tour are confirmed at this point. "There are definitely discussions. Nothing is firm, so please, don't expect this for sure," tobyMac explained. "We're talking about it and I think it could be something amazing. The cruise definitely whet our appetites for doing this, so there's discussions. It might be a little different than people are imagining as far as what's in our heads right now. Nothing's on paper, nothing's committed, not a single show is booked. But we're hoping to. It'd be fun."
dc Talk disbanded in 2000 to pursue solo careers after becoming one of Christian music's most successful, celebrated and groundbreaking artists. Their discography includes 5 studio albums, 1 live album, 9 compilation albums and 3 EPs. In May 2016, the band announced they would reunite on the seas for the Jesus Freak Cruises.