While the Backstreet Boys promised, "I'll Never Break Your Heart" and they most certainly have with the news of yet another rescheduled concert date here in Kentucky and we've got the scoop.


The Boys announced way back in 2020 their way to Rupp Arena in Lexington.  Originally it was supposed to be July 27, 2020, and then the world shutdown.  They rescheduled for next month and have decided it's best they postpone one more time. Unfortunately, they won't be Anywhere For You or me until September 6, 2022.

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If you're feeling Incomplete and want them to Quit Playing Games with your heart we've got some good news.  Last month we broke the news that "All The Kool Kids" or ATKK was coming to Friday After 5 in downtown Owensboro.  ATKK is made up of  AJ McClean of the Backstreet Boys, Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees, Chris Kirkpatrick of *NSYNC, and Chris Blue winner of The Voice season 12.  The guys have come together and will be singing their top hits, a few remixes, and even an original or two to say BYE-BYE-BYE to season 25 of Friday After 5.  If you've never been to Friday After 5 the concert will be completely free but you will have an opportunity to pay for a meet and greet with the guys before the show.  This is going to be a super cool chance to get photos and get up close and personal with your favs!



Here's what they had to say about the last part of their DNA Tour;

While this isn't the update we were hoping for, the safety of our fans and crew is of the utmost importance. That being said, all 2021 tour dates on our DNA World Tour have been postponed to 2022. Official dates can be found below.

In the meantime, please hold on to your concert tickets as they will be honored on the new dates. If you have any questions regarding your concert tickets, please contact your point of purchase.

If you hang on to your concert ticket, you'll be getting a very special NFT!

Stay tuned to backstreetboys.com and the official Backstreet Boys social media pages for updates regarding VIP packages.

Stay safe and we'll see you soon!
-Kevin, Brian, Howie, AJ & Nick


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