Backstreet Boys announce radio tour dates; premiere new music video

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By Alan Ho

Coming off a wildly successful and sold-out tour of North America and Japan, the Backstreet Boys have announced today via press release that they will continue the road warrior act in support of their latest release In A World Like This and will embark on a handful of radio dates in the US before resuming their world tour in Europe early next year.

Also on the heels of the announcement, the Boys have just released and premiered their new video “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of,” a song inspired by some of the members’ families and their children.  The single and video is being released to much fanfare from the group’s fanbase.  You can watch their video here.

From the press release:

"Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of is just one of those epic records" says AJ. "It’s kind of up there, in my opinion, with the hugeness that was Incomplete."

Kevin adds, "The inspiration for AJ and I writing this song was our children. The innocence and wonder in their eyes is so precious. I want them to keep it forever and I want to rediscover it within myself. No limits … No fear."

AJ goes on to say, "This is as a positive reinforcement-type song because there’s so much negativity out there and bullying and all of this crap that’s going on. The world needs positivity! The song turned out beyond what we ever expected. It became this huge emotional record."

Tour Dates (more to be announced):

December 4th Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
December 6th The Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL
December 8th Family Arena St. Charles, MO
December 9th House of Blues Cleveland, OH
December 10th Peterson Events Center Pittsburgh, PA
December 13th SECU Arena at Towson University Towson, MD
December 14th Oakdale Theater Wallingford, CT
December 16th Arena at Gwinnet Center Duluth, GA
December 17th House of Blues Orlando Lake Buena Vista, FL
December 18th Bayou Music Center Houston, TX

Europeran Leg (World Tour)

February 18th Campo Pequeno Lisbon, Portugal
February 19th Palacio de Vistalegre Madrid, Spain
February 20th Palau St. Jordi Barcelona Spain
February 22nd Forum Milan, Italy
February 26th Crocus City Hall Moscow, Russia
February 27th A2 Arena St Petersburg, Russia
March 3rd Olympiahalle Munich, Germany
March 4th 02 Arena Berlin, Germany
March 7th Hartwall Helsinki, Finland
March 8th Oilers Stavanger, Norway
March 9th Spektrum Oslo, Norway
March 10th Trondheim Spektrum Trondheim, Norway
March 13th Hovet Stockholm, Sweden
March 14th Scandinavium Gothenburg, Sweden
March 15th Forum Copenhagen, Denmark
March 17th Konig Pilsner Arena Oberhausen, Germany
March 18th Zenith Paris, France
March 19th Hallenstadion Zurich, Switzerland
March 20th SAP Arena Mannheim, Germany
March 22nd Sportpaleis Antwerp, Belgium
March 23rd TUI Arena Hannover, Germany
March 24th Ahoy Rotterdam, Netherlands
March 26th LG Birmingham, UK
April 1st O2 Arena Dublin, Ireland
April 3rd Hydro Glasgow, UK
April 4th O2 Arena London, UK
April 5th Manchester Arena Manchester, UK


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