The Backstreet Boys Are Coming To 4 Cities In Canada This Fall
Backstreet's back, alright! The Backstreet Boys are heading out on another tour this year and they are bringing all that '90s nostalgia goodness to Canada this fall. The pop group, who announced their new North American tour via Twitter on Monday, February 10, 2020, will make stops in Quebec City, Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto.
According to Rolling Stone, the DNA world tour, which was first announced on November of 2018, marks the most extensive tour the group has been on since 2000.
The group of five is set to perform over 100 shows throughout the course of the ongoing tour, giving die-hard fans all over the world a chance to see the group who finished their Las Vegas Residency back in April of last year.
"The journey is ongoing with us, and there is so much left to do," Brian Littrell told Billboard. "We're living the next chapter that hasn't been told yet, and that's exciting."
"When this group started 26 years ago, and through all the highs and lows of our career, we've had to learn it wasn't about us as individuals but about what's best for the group," added Howie D.
The boys thrilled Canadian fans last summer, including a sold-out show at Calgary's Scotiabank Saddledome, which saw the quintet sport Flames' jerseys.
The group did something similar during their concert in Winnipeg when they rocked Jets gear which caused local fans to lose it.
The American vocal group, which formed back in 1993, has managed to have huge success over the decades.
If you're looking to rock out with your favourite boyband, the group is set to be playing in Vancouver on August 9, Quebec City on September 15, Montreal on September 16, and Toronto on September 18.
Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, February 14, 2020. However, fan club members can purchase presale tickets as early as tomorrow.
Backstreet Boys Tour
When: Vancouver on August 9, Quebec City on September 15, Montreal on September 16, and Toronto on September 18.
Why You Need To Go: Travel back to the '90s with one of North America's most iconic boybands this fall.