Raise your hand if you got to see the Backstreet Boys’ “Into The Millennium” tour! Raise your hands if you did not. *Raises hand*
Into The Millennium
On Feb. 19, 2000, the Backstreet Boys brought their Into the Millennium tour to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, breaking concert attendance records and becoming the biggest concert in Georgia history.
On June 2, 1999, the Backstreet Boys’ “Into the Millennium” tour began in Ghent, Belgium. Can you believe it’s been 18 years?
One of the biggest tours of all-time began 17 years ago today. The Backstreet Boys’ began their “Into The Millennium” tour, supporting their recently released “Millennium” album on June 2, 1999 in Ghent Belgium at Flanders Expo.
Having a pretty big collection of bootleg concerts that I’ve collected over the years, here’s another one to add to your viewing pleasure.
On this day in Backstreet Boys history – August 14, 1999 – the boys sold out their U.S. leg of their Into the Millennium tour (39 shows) in one day. How about ‘dem apples? Yes, that was 16 years ago today! Enjoy the video below...
There is always time for the Millennium tour. For this Flashback Friday, take a look at the video we captured and uploaded of the 1999 Barcelona “Into The Millennium” tour. It’s not GREAT quality, but it’s pretty good and better than nothing! Enjoy!
It’s hard to believe that this tour is almost 16 years old, but it is. For a lot of us Backstreet Boys fans, it’s almost half a lifetime ago. And unfortunately, a lot of fans didn’t get to see this tour since tickets sold out...