The Backstreet Boys have just announced the next leg of their acclaimed DNA World Tour in the UK and Europe. The first date will be in Portugal, on the 3rd of October at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.
To help people forced to flee their homes in Ukraine and support the extraordinary examples of solidarity shown around the world, Backstreet Boys will contribute a portion of DNA World Tour 2022 ticket sales to UNHCR, the UN Agency for Refugees. This contribution will protect and help refugees and displaced persons from Ukraine and neighboring countries.
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With 29 years of history, the Backstreet Boys have delivered the best pop music they can offer, making them one of the most influential artists of the genre. With numerous #1s, record tours, multiple awards and worldwide sales of over 130 million, the Backstreet Boys are recognized as the best-selling boy band in history.
In early 2019, the boy band released their 10th GRAMMY-nominated studio album “DNA” by RCA Records. The album debuted at No. 1 and features the Top 10 hit “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”. The critically-acclaimed, chart-topping single was nominated for the 2019 “Pop Duo/Group Performance” GRAMMY, and was BSB’s first Billboard Hot 100 hit in 10 years. Upon its release, the single went straight to number one on the iTunes Top Songs and worldwide charts and reached over 22 countries.
In May 2019, the Backstreet Boys kicked off “The DNA World Tour” – the group’s biggest arena tour in 18 years, thanks to the global success of their new #1 album. The DNA World Tour sold out arenas across America. North, Europe, Asia and South America. This year the band released the first episode of the series – documentary, Making of The DNA Tour, where fans can see all the preparation behind the stage of the World Tour in 2019.
Over the years, the Backstreet Boys have continually captivated millions of people with their impressive repertoire of hit songs, and they’re back in Lisbon on October 3rd for another show that will go down in history.