Backstreet’s back, alright! Backstreet Boys announce extended DNA World Tour dates

The Backstreet Boys announced the upcoming North American summer and fall legs of their DNA Wold Tour Monday.

The group shared the news to their Twitter account with a video of all the upcoming tour stops.

“North America you knew we’d be coming back again We’re so excited to bring the #DNAWorldTour to even more of you guys!!” The account tweeted.

The DNA World Tour will kick off July 10 in Wantagh, New York, and end in Hollywood, California, on Oct. 9.

The forthcoming run is the second North American leg on the tour, which has become one of the group’s biggest arena tours in 18 years, thanks to the global success of its No. 1 and Grammy nominated album “DNA.”.

“We give our fans 100%, night after night, putting on the best Backstreet Boys show we can. We play our hits, we dance our asses off and we do it because we love our fans,” said Backstreet Boys member AJ McLean. “We have the best fans in the world. They come out to party and they sing at the top of their lungs and we feed off that energy. We can’t wait to take this show on the road again this summer.”.

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Tickets go on sale 12 p.M. Friday and can be purchased at LiveNation.Com and Ticketmaster.Com.

Fan club pre-sale tickets begins at 10 a.M. Tuesday. Visit backstreetboys.Com for more information.

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Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour — 2020 North American dates

July 10: Wantagh, NY — Jones Beach Theater.

July 13: Holmdel, NJ — PNC Bank Arts Center.

July 16: Camden, NJ — BB&T Pavilion.

July 18: Hartford, CT — XFINITY Theatre.

July 19: Virginia Beach, VA — Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater.

July 21: Washington, DC — Jiffy Lube Live.

July 23: Detroit, MI — DTE Energy Music Theatre.

July 24: Pittsburgh, PA — S&T Bank Music Park.

July 25: Darien Center, NY — Darien Lake Amphitheater.

July 27: Lexington, KY — Rupp Arena.

July 28: Cleveland, OH — Blossom Music Center.

July 31: Indianapolis, IN — Ruoff Music Center.

Aug. 1: Chicago, IL — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.

Aug. 2: St Louis, MO — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.

Aug. 4: Sioux Falls, SD — Denny Sanford PREMIER Center.

Aug. 7: Spokane, WA — Spokane Arena.

Aug. 8: Seattle, WA — White River Amphitheatre.

Aug. 12: Salt Lake City, UT — USANA Amphitheatre.

Aug. 14: Concord, CA — Concord Pavilion.

Aug. 15: San Francisco, CA — Shoreline Amphitheatre.

Aug. 16: Wheatland, CA — Toyota Amphitheatre.

Aug. 21: Wichita, KS — INTRUST Bank Arena.

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Aug. 22: Oklahoma City, OK — Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Aug. 23: Rogers, AR — Walmart AMP.

Sept. 11: Saratoga, NY — Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

Sept. 12: Boston, MA — Xfinity Center.

Sept. 15: Quebec City, QC — Centre Videotron.

Sept. 16: Montreal, QC — Bell Centre.

Sept. 18: Toronto, ONT — Budweiser Stage.

Sept. 21: Raleigh, NC — Coastal Credit Union Music Park.

Sept. 22: Charlotte, NC — PNC Music Pavilion.

Sept. 23: Atlanta, GA — Ameris Bank Amphitheatre.

Sept. 25: Jacksonville, FL — VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.

Sept. 26: West Palm Beach, FL — iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre.

Sept. 27: Tampa, FL — MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre.

Sept. 30: Dallas, TX — The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory.

Oct. 4: Albuquerque, NM — Isleta Amphitheater.

Oct. 6: Phoenix, AZ — Ak-Chin Pavilion.

Oct. 7: San Diego, CA — North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre.

Oct. 9: Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Bowl.