Backstreets Boys Are Back With A Vegas Show That Looks Seriously Awesome

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Boy band fans from around the globe couldn’t be more excited that the Backstreet Boys have made a comeback. They’re back, alright!

Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson were greeted by a sold-out crowd and multiple standing ovations as they took the stage at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas last week for the premiere of their newest performance, “Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life.”

The performance, which was designed and produced exclusively to be performed in Vegas, was created and directed by Raj Kapoor, who is famous for his creative direction of productions throughout the world.

With elaborate, top-of-the-line lighting and video technology and eye-catching automation, along with choreography by some of the best professionals in the industry, this show is really aiming to bring it—and it sounds like so far it’s more than delivering.

Despite debuting just one week ago on March 1, “Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life” has already become one of the fastest-selling shows in Vegas history. (It doesn’t hurt that Backstreet Boys has been the one of the most successful music groups in history.)

Ticket prices for the show, which is promoted by Live Nation and Ceasars Entertainment, start at around $59, but we’re sorry to say your chances of finding tickets for that price are slim. You also have the option to tack on a Meet & Greet, a VIP table or Platinum tickets for some of the best seats in the house, but expect to pay for it, as some tickets prices are up to over $600 a piece for Friday and Saturday night performances.

Backstreet Boys Perform In Las Vegas

Backstreet Boys quickly rose to fame after the release of their self-titled U.S. debut album in 1997. Other albums include “Millennium” in 1999 and “Black & Blue” in 2000.

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“Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life” is scheduled to run through July 1.

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