Oh my God, they're back again! The Backstreet Boys are heading out on tour this summer in support of their seventh studio album, This Is Us. This will be their first North American tour in three years and kicks off June 1 in Orlando, FL.
Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough will be making a few stops before heading out on tour this June. The group will be in Napa, CA on April 11 to perform a special 8-song acoustic set. On April 14, the Boys will be debuting their latest single, "Bigger," on The Bonnie Hunt Show.
Earlier this year, the Backstreet Boys announced via their website that the inaugural "Backstreet Boys Cruise" will set sail December 9 from Miami, FL. The 4-day cruise includes visits in Key West and Cozumel. Fans can expect full performances from the group, Q&A sessions, photo opportunities and much more.
The Backstreet Boys have sold over 100 million records worldwide over the past 19 years. During that time they also had a dozen of Top 40 hits on the Billboard charts, most notably, "I Want It That Way," off their 1999 13x Platinum record, Millennium.
For more information on the Backstreet Boys' upcoming tour and cruise, please visit their website.
June 1 – Hard Rock Live @ Universal Studios – Orlando, FL
June 3 – Chastain Park Amphitheatre – Atlanta, GA
June 4 – Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino – Biloxi, MS
June 5 – Wild Adventures Theme Park – Valdosta, GA
June 8 – Bank of American Pavilion – Boston, MA
June 9 – The Filene Center – Vienna, VA
June 10 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY
June 12 – The Taj – Atlantic City
June 13 – Monmouth County College – Long Branch, NJ
June 15 – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT
June 17 – Ravinia Pavilion – Highland Park, IL
June 18 – DTE Energy Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI
June 21 – Midland Theatre – Kansas City, MO
June 22 – 1st Bank Center – Broomfield, CO
June 23 – Energy Solutions Arena – Salt Lake City, UT
June 25 – Pechanga Resort & Casino – Temecula, CA
June 26 – Gibson Amphitheatre – Universal City, CA
June 27 – The Warfield Theatre – San Francisco, CA
June 28 – The Warfield Theatre – San Francisco, CA