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Backstreet’s back all right! A.J., Brian, Howie, and Nick are back on the road! Be among the masses to see the Backstreet Boys LIVE! You loved Backstreet Boys hits like “Everybody” and “I Want It That Way”! Buy your Backstreet Boys tickets now!
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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

Worth every penny but a little too loud
By Mama Goose from Edmonton,Alberta on 9/15/2008
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Perfect Set List
Cons:
Poor Sound Quality
Best For:
Everyone

All was good except just too loud.

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[0 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

It was a blast
By breezes from Edmonton AB on 9/5/2008
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Great Sound
Cons:
Too Short
Best For:
Everyone

Singing along the the song from the first album.

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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

10 Wonderful years of Backstreet Boys
By Witness Eli from Calgary, AB on 9/4/2008
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
Best For:
Everyone

The BSB never stopped performing and continued for two hours straight. The music was diverse and included songs form each of their albums.

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[2 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

Well Worth it!
By Shorty89 from Calgary, AB on 9/4/2008
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound
Best For:
Everyone

They came out with a great stage presence and worked their way though hit songs and new material. The crowd was into it and so was the band. Their old music had everyone singing along (with Brian holding the mike over us). The new music had everyone dancing (incl. the Boys) and some singing along. They danced a lot and sang about 20 songs. Some lucky girls at the front even got kissed! The ballad She's Like the Sun by Howie and Welcome Home from Brian turned the crowd into mush while AJ's Drive By Love had people rocking out. Nick's song wasn't as well known to the crowd, but they swayed and danced all the same. Overall a great concert. I would defaintely go again in a second!

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Backstreet Boys Concert Tickets

One of the most recognizable pop acts of all time, the Backstreet Boys illustrious career has spanned more than two decades. Originally from Florida, the group consists of five vocalists: A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson. When they first came together in the 1990s, nobody had expectations of them becoming the single greatest selling boy band of all time. Still, more than 20 years later, the group has left an indelible mark on the music scene, both in the U.S. and globally, through the release of multiple platinum albums and countless smash radio hits. Purchase your Backstreet Boys tickets now to reserve your seats in front of this masterful pop wonder!

Beginnings
In the spring of 1993, Brian Littrell received a phone call from Kevin Richardson, his cousin, asking about his interest in joining a band. He auditioned over the phone, on the spot, and the group began to take form. After joining with the other three members, the boys began to garner attention by traveling around Florida on a sort of unofficial tour, playing shows where they could get them. Their first high-profile act came in May 1992, when the five young men performed at SeaWorld in Orlando. From there on out, their success would come in leaps and bounds, ultimately elevating them to a level of fame achieved by few acts since.

Commercial success
Over the course of the 1990s and 2000s, the Backstreet Boys were marketed predominantly towards younger female fans. Their promotional team would leave free copies of their tapes at makeup chain stores like J.C. Penney Co. and at camps for dancers and cheerleaders, building a fan base from a specific target demographic. To say the least, this method was incredibly effective. While there are many very telling metrics, no single statistic is quite as impressive as the fact that they sold more than 130 million albums globally as of 2014. These sales figures designate them as the most commercially successful boy band of all time.

While the group has released many albums, some of their most popular works have been the eponymous Backstreet Boys, Black and Blue and Millennium. Millennium was recorded while the group was abroad in Europe and lifted them to new heights. Driven by the radio-friendly pop singles “Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely,” “I Want it That Way,” “All I Have to Give” and “Larger than Life,” the album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts and sold more than a million copies during the week of its release. The album ’s success would extend far beyond its platinum designation, as it would go on to achieve more than 12 million units sold domestically and over 40 million total. After a brief hiatus from touring and recording, the group reformed in 2004 and began recording their 2005 album, Never Gone, which brought on a world tour of the same name.