The major world tour will be promoting their 10th studio album, DNA, which is slated for a January 25 release.
It’s the pop group’s first full-length album since “In a World Like This” in 2013, in which time the guys have since set up a Las Vegas residency, that wraps up next April.
The DNA world tour, BSB’s largest in 18 years, will feature a live band as opposed to dancers and will run for 2 hours. You’ll get to hear all the classic hits from the band, who formed in 1993, songs from the new record and surely some surprises as well.
Tickets are available starting November 14 through LiveNation. Every ticket purchased to the North American headlining tour will include one physical copy of their 10th studio album DNA.
When: Saturday, July 27 Time: TBA Where: Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena Price: TBA, available November 14
About a quarter-century after the band broke out of Orlando, Fla., they’re embarking on their “biggest stadium tour in 18 years” in support of a new album, DNA.
All in their 40s except for Nick (The Baby) Carter, who’s 38, the quintet has largely maintained a strong presence on the music scene. Most recently, they had a 14-month residency in Las Vegas, which ends April 27.
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On Friday, they released the album’s first single, Chances penned by Ryan Tedder and Shawn Mendes. The album will officially be released Jan. 25.