Going to Pittsburgh was not in the plans when the DNA World Tour started in Washington, D.C., but thanks to Stephanie asking me to join her, I ended up going to one of the last shows of the tour.
For my third Backstreet Boys' DNA World Tour show, Julia and I decided to do pit in Birmingham, Alabama, about 2 hours or so away from Atlanta.
The closest thing that I'll get to a hometown show was a sell-out, according to Nick Carter on Aug. 21, when the Backstreet Boys brought their DNA World Tour to State Farm Arena (formerly Philips Arena) in the heart of Atlanta, Ga. This was my second DNA World Tour show, having previously seen the first … Continue reading Media: @BackstreetBoys sell out State Farm Arena in Atlanta
Before the DNA tour, I never attended the first show of the Backstreet Boys' North American tour. I saw the first show of the second leg of the "Black & Blue" tour and I saw the second show of the "This Is Us" North American tour, but never the first.
A review and photos from the Backstreet Boys' opening show in Washington, D.C. of their North American tour are coming shortly. I took a TON of photos and want to go through them all, but in the meantime, enjoy these videos!
Backstreet Boys performing in Washington, D.C., on the opening night of the US/Canada leg of the DNA World Tour. / Karah When you look at videos of boy band fangirls you see girls crying, their mouth full of wires (braces) shuttering from whining and being all emotional. It happened with The Beatles. It happened with … Continue reading I finally got emotional at a @BackstreetBoys concert and I have no shame
With only two more European shows to go (Warsaw and Budapest), the Backstreet Boys will be coming back to the United States for two weeks of rest before heading to Washington, D.C., our nation's capital, to kick-off the North American leg of their DNA World Tour.