Backstreet is back, and soon enough they’ll be on their way to the Mile High City. The international pop superstars just announced their “DNA World Tour” via Twitter, and Denver made the cut. The iconic boy band is taking the stage at venues around the globe — but most importantly Backstreet Boys are taking the stage at the Pepsi Center in August.
Backstreet Boys’ newest album, DNA, will be released January 25, three short months before the group embarks on their world tour. Their last headlining tour celebrated 20 years of Backstreet Boys, spanning two years and coming to an end in 2015. Since then the group has held a residency in Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. However, their residency will come to an end in April, just in time for the group to depart on their world tour.
Since the band’s formation in 1993 one third of their songs have held spots in the Billboard Top 10, including their hit “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)” which held its spot on the charts for 43 weeks. Die-hard ’90s boy band fans still hold a special place in their heart for Backstreet Boys, and with success spanning a 25-year career, the boys’ newest album and ensuing tour will be sure to deliver something to excite their loyal fans.