If you were alive in the 90s, you probably knew who Aaron Carter was. The younger brother to Backstreet Boy's Nick Carter, who had a solo career and won the hearts of teenage girls everywhere. If your nostalgia is already singing 'Oh Aaron', you can relive your 90s childhood at a free Aaron Carter concert next month.
If it's free it's for me - and the warm fuzzy feelings of nostalgia are just a bonus. On July 3rd, Aaron Carter will be singing his way back into Candy's heart with a stop in Fort Myers on his 2019 tour.
The Stop announcement on his Instagram page reads:
You can see the full Instagram post below.
While those of us who were fans in the 90s hear his pop bops such as 'How I Beat Shaq', ' I Want Candy', and 'Oh Aaron' in our heads on repeat, we might be surprised to hear his new sound.
Despite fading out of the main spotlight for a while, Carter has continued making music throughout the years. His sound has definitely evolved from what we remember - something to be expected from a child musician coming of age.
In 2017, Carter released his album LOVE, with an electronic dance and pop vibe - even a remix of his well-known hit 'I Want Candy'. His new music definitely meshes in with what's generally popular in the music scene, and we think it's actually pretty catchy. You can decide for yourself by listening to 'Sooner or Later' from his most recent album below - it received the most views on his Youtube channel from the LOVE album at 2.4 million.
Many of us may not have known that he continued his music career, but are hype to attend the free concert. To ensure a seat, they recommend purchasing a VIP ticket to attend, and will have meet and greet packages available. VIP ticket prices have not yet been announced, and are not yet available for purchase.
If you want to see Aaron Carter for free, he will be at the Society Lounge - located 13499 Bell Tower Dr Suite E-518, Fort Myers, FL 33907 on July 3rd, 2019. The concert starts at 8pm, running until set completion.
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