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The Backstreet Boys Are Coming To Toronto

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The Backstreet Boys Are Coming To Toronto

It's been a minute since our favourite 90's boy band the Backstreet Boys has made their way to Toronto and we've been feeling the neglect. Earlier this year BSB found themselves in Quebec for the summer music festival, festival d'ete but have otherwise been focusing their time stateside on their residency in Vegas.  

However, now it's time for Toronto to get some love. The pop group will be performing at the Air Canada Centre on Dec. 9th during the 2017 iHeartRadio Canada Jingle Ball. Other artists making their way to the ACC for show include, Fifth Harmony, Fergie, and Kelly Clarkson. 

Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. and can run you anywhere from $49 to $149. 

Source: The Star 

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