Backstreet Boys: The boy band comes to Germany for five concerts


It's going to be their biggest arena tour in 18 years, and the legendary boy band will also pay a visit to the German fans: the Backstreet Boys will be stopping in five German cities in 2019. On Friday, the band released the news on their social media networks, while announcing that their new album "DNA" will be released on January 25, 2019.

"Our tenth album 'DNA' will be released on January 25. In this era, we will explore the individual elements of our 25-year career that have made us what we are today," the band under the post describes their new one Plant. Simultaneously with the announcement, the five singers released their new single "Chances" - written by One-Republic frontman Ryan Tedder (39) and Shawn Mendes (20, "In My Blood").



For five concerts to Germany

For a total of three months, the Backstreet Boys will tour North America and Europe. From 16 November fans can buy tickets for Hannover, Mannheim, Munich, Berlin and Cologne. There, the former teen stars will perform between 21 May and 20 June.

That Nick Carter (38), Kevin Richardson (47), Brian Littrell (43), AJ McLean (40) and Howie Dorough (45) are still far from tired proved them in the recent past. Among other things, the well-known boy band from the 90s has its own show at the "Planet Hollywood" hotel in Las Vegas, which lasts until next spring. There they could prepare themselves for the following world tour.



Backstreet Boys - DNA World Tour Rehearsals (July 2020).



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