Backstreet Boys Are Heading Down Under For 2020 Tour

Get ready Australia, Backstreet's back, alright.

The biggest 90s pop group have announced they will be returning to Australia in 2020 as part of their DNA World Tour.

Despite accidentally leaking the news on their own website, the Backstreet Boys have now officially confirmed they'll be bringing their tour to arenas across Australia and New Zealand in May next year.

The American boy band will first hit up Auckland Spark Arena on May 16 before heading down under on May 20 at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.

It's been four years since the group visited Australia and New Zealand. Their last visit was in 2015 for their album “In A World Like". The tour instantly sold out.

This tour will be their biggest in 18 years after the band -- made up of Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson -- finished up their Las Vegas residency in May.

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The tour dates for Australia and New Zealand:

  • May 16 - Auckland Spark Arena
  • May 20 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre
  • May 22 - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • May 26 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
  • May 30 - RAC Arena, Perth

Click here for tickets and more information.