No word about the Fenway Park show(s) yet, but it appears their tour is still growing. New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys have released 16 more concerts for their 2011 tour.
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DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND THE NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK & BACKSTREET BOYS ADD 16 SHOWS TO HISTORIC NKOTBSB 2011 SUMMER TOUR.
NKOTBSB Closes Out The Year With A Smash Performance On Dick Clarks New Years Rockin Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2011
NEW YORK, NY New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys close 2010 with a show stealing smash performance on Dick Clarks New Years Rockin Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2011 proving why their joint NKOTBSB tour is this summers hottest and most anticipated tour. NKOTBSB keep the surprises and excitement coming for 2011. With shows continuing to sell out, superstar groups New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys have responded to the overwhelming demand from their fans by offering more opportunities to see them together on one stage for their historic NKOTBSB tour. The groups announce 16 new shows for a total of 41 confirmed dates for the highly anticipated 2011 boybandbananza!
The extraordinary NKOTBSB tour, produced by Live Nation, begins June 2nd with confirmed shows through July 30th. Tickets to this once in a lifetime event are on-sale now with newly announced dates going on sale in select cities beginning January 11, 2011 at 10am EST at Ticketmaster.com and LiveNation.com.
In their biggest joint appearance to date, in front of millions of television viewers on Dick Clarks New Years Rockin Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2011, NKOTBSB sent thousands of screaming and dancing fans into a fan frenzy. With throngs of fans in the middle of Times Square singing along to their smash hit singles, and millions more tuning in from home, New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys once again reaffirmed their place in pop culture proving why their ticket is the hottest ticket of the summer.
People Magazine raved, The Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block ended 2010 on a high note with a rollicking New Year’s Eve mashup of their greatest hits in Times Square.
And Entertainment Weekly gave a nod to the groups saying, ABCs live broadcast of Clarks New Years Rockin Eve boasted a classic boy-band bash, with the well-preserved Backstreet Boys and the New Kids on the Block collaborating for a medley of their greatest hits.
NKOTBSB first shocked and delighted fans when they took the stage together for a medley at the sold out NKOTB Radio City Music Hall show. The two groups wowed audiences again in their first joint televised performance at the American Music Awards this past November. The performers had the audience on their feet when they unleashed hit after hit including Backstreets I Want It That Way and NKOTBs Hangin Tough, sending the crowd into rip-roaring applause.
With over 200 million albums sold between both bands, and smash hit after smash hit, these two pop sensations have dominated the music scene for over three decades. Aiming to please, these guys are giving concert goers and diehard fans everywhere the ultimate night out experience.