‘Backstreet Boys’ will give concerts this year in Madrid and Barcelona

They were one of the faces that graced our rooms during the nostalgic reign of Peta Zetas and SuperPop!, which was no small thing. More than 25 years ago we sang that mythical ‘I Want It That Way’ —which will now resonate in your head for the rest of the day— and since then the Back Street Boys They have established themselves over the years as the most successful ‘boy band’ in history —sorry, ‘Directioners’, we have decided to speak the truth—. Since then, the group formed by Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough they have not ceased to bring their music to the world through countless world tours and a successful residency in Las Vegas called ‘Larger Than Life’.

Now the five handsome men —because yes, they haven’t changed in that either— return to the road to enter the ‘DNT World Tour’, a tour full of their greatest hits and other new ones with which they will tour Europe, passing through Spain! So, as you hear it, the mythical group has an appointment with us in the two main capitals of the country. In Madrid they will perform on October 4 at the not inconsiderable WiZink Center, while in Barcelona they will perform on October 6 at the Palau Sant Jordi. If you’re going to go, hurry up with the tickets, because this looks like it’s going to sell out really fast. This is the official poster with which they announce their visit to Spain. We do not lie to you when we say that we are dusting off the cassettes of the time.


Millennial nostalgia is still profitable

And although it seems that this is a big return to the stage, given that in Europe they have already set more than 15 dates in countries that include the United Kingdom, Germany and Hungary, among others, the truth is that they have never left. In 2018 they released a new single called “Don’t Go Breaking my Heart”, which preceded his latest album ‘ADN’, from 2019. In 2020 they sang ‘I Want It That Way’ from their homes to raise awareness about confinement and months later they premiered the song ‘Matches’ with Britney Spears, although the result left us a little cold.

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We don’t know about you, but we’re already saving up to get tickets, which will go on general sale starting April 8 at livenation.es and ticketmaster.es. Prices? From 60 euros, a price at the height of the band.

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