Backstreet Boys Make A Comeback; Will Play Las Vegas Residency In 2017

02:36 PM | 26 Sep, 2016
Backstreet Boys Make A Comeback; Will Play Las Vegas Residency In 2017
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The beloved 1990s boy band Backstreet Boys have announced plans to make a comeback and play a Las Vegas residency in 2017.

"The rumors are true... we're coming for you Vegas!! LARGER THAN LIFE at @PHVegas! Tickets go on sale 10/1," the singers tweeted Friday.

The message was accompanied with a brief video clip showing the band at a photo shoot to promote the shows scheduled at PLANET HOLLYWOOD next March and June, according to sources.

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Comprised of A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell, the band is known for its hit songs "Quit Playing Games [with My Heart,]" "As Long as You Love Me" and "I Want it That Way."