Boy Bands Reunite For A HUGE Summer Tour

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Are you a fan of the boy bands from the ’90s?

Then get ready for some HUGE news- New Kids on the Block are coming back together for a summer tour, and are bringing back fan favorites 98 degrees and Boyz II Men!

Called “The Package” tour, fans will be treated to all the hits and new music from New Kids on The Block! Their new single, “Remix (I Like the),” will be available at iTunes this Friday, and Album 10 will be released in early April.  Donnie Wahlberg said, “We’re going to pull out a lot of surprises every night… Pull in as many special guests as we can, and do as many fun things as we can.”

The tour will also be the first for 98 Degrees in over 12 years! Nick Lachey expressed his enthusiasm, saying “We are really excited to get back on the road together and tour with our friends in NKOTB and Boyz II Men. Looking forward to playing our hits and trying out some of our new tracks too!”

It sounds like fans have a lot to look forward to! The tour kicks off on May 31st in Connecticut, and Northern California fans have something to look forward to when the “Package Tour” comes to San Jose on July 7th!  Tickets can be purchased starting February 2nd on http://www.ticketmaster.com, with a special pre-sale for American Express card holders this Friday (January 25th).

Check out all of the 2013 Tour Dates:

May 31                 Uncasville, CT                     Mohegan Sun Arena
June 1                   Uniondale, NY                    Nassau Coliseum
June 2                   Boston, MA                        TD Garden
June 4                   Ottawa, ON                        Scotiabank Place
June 6                   Montreal, QC                      Bell Centre
June 7                   Toronto, ON                        Air Canada Centre
June 8                   Auburn Hills, MI                  The Palace of Auburn Hills
June 9                   Cleveland, OH                    Quicken Loans Arena
June 11                 Pittsburgh, PA                     Consol Energy Center
June 13                 East Rutherford, NJ             Izod Center
June 14                 Washington DC                   Verizon Center
June 15                 Philadelphia, PA                 Wells Fargo Center
June 18                 Nashville, TN                      Bridgestone Arena
June 19                 Charlotte, NC                     Time Warner Cable Arena
June 20                 Atlanta, GA                         Philips Arena
June 21                 Orlando, FL                        Amway Center
June 22                 Fort Lauderdale, FL             BB&T Center
June 25                 Cincinnati, OH                    US Bank Arena
June 27                 Houston, TX                       Toyota Center
June 28                 Dallas, TX                          American Airlines Center
June 29                 Oklahoma City, OK             Chesapeake Energy
June 30                 St. Louis, MO                     Scottrade Center
July 5                     Los Angeles, CA                STAPLES Center Arena
July 6                     Las Vegas, NV                   Mandalay Bay Event Ctr.
July 7                   San Jose, CA                    HP Pavilion
July 9                     Tacoma, WA                     Tacoma Dome
July 12                   Rosemont, IL                     Allstate Arena
July 13                   Minneapolis, MN                Target Center

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