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Backstreet Boys' summer tour plans continue to expand

by James Woster
Staff Writer

update: A handful of new shows have been added to Backstreet Boys' summer tour, and tickets for most are going on sale later this week, according to tour promoter SFX Entertainment.

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Los Angeles, Albany, N.Y.; Portland, Ore.; Columbus, Ohio; and San Jose, Calif., are among the new stops on the itinerary. Strong ticket sales have resulted in multi-night stands in Burgettstown, Pa.; Hartford, Conn.; and Boston. Details are listed below, and tickets are on sale now unless otherwise noted.

Backstreet Boys' tour also features Shaggy and newcomer Krystal. Shaggy's "Hotshot" (MCA) is five-times-platinum and sits at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 album chart. Krystal's album "Me and My Piano" is due out on Interscope later this summer, and her song "Supergirl" will be featured in this summer's film "The Princess Diaries."

    [Note: The following tour itinerary has been provided by artist and/or tour sources, who verify its accuracy as of 18-Apr-2001. Changes may occur before tickets go on sale. Check with official artist web sites, ticketing sources and venues for late updates.]

    June
    8 - Orlando, FL - TD Waterhouse
    9 - Tampa, FL - Ice Palace
    11 - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA
    13 - Raleigh, NC - Sports & Entertainment Arena
    15 - Bristow, VA - Nissan Pavilion
    16 - Los Angeles - Dodger Stadium (on sale 4/21)
    17 - Greensboro, NC - Coliseum
    20 - Indianapolis, IN - Verizon Wireless Music Ctr.
    21 - Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
    22 - Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena (on sale 4/21)
    25, 26 - Burgettstown, PA - Post Gazette Pavilion (6/25 show on sale 4/21)
    28, 29 - Hartford, CT - CTnow.com Meadows Music
    30 - Albany, NY - Pepsi Arena

    July
    1 - Albany, NY - Pepsi Arena (on sale 4/21)
    3 - Camden, NJ - Tweeter Center at the Waterfront (formerly E-Centre)
    5 - Hershey, PA - HersheyPark Stadium
    6, 9-11 - Boston, MA - Fleet Center (July 9-11 sold out)
    14 - Buffalo, NY - HSBC Arena
    16 - E. Rutherford, NJ - Continental Airlines Arena
    21 - Tinley Park, IL - Tweeter Center (formerly New World Music Theatre)
    24 - Auburn Hills, MI - Palace of Auburn Hills
    26 - Montreal, Quebec - Molson Centre
    28, 29 - Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre (7/28 on sale 4/20)

    August
    2, 3 - Calgary, Alberta - Pengrowth Saddledome
    4 - Edmonton, Alberta - Skyreach Centre
    7 - Vancouver, British Columbia - GM Place
    10 - Portland, OR - Rose Garden (on sale 4/21)
    11 - Seattle, WA - Key Arena
    13 - San Jose, CA - San Jose Arena, Compaq Center (on sale 4/22)
    16 - Los Angeles, CA - Great Western Forum
    18 - Devore, CA - Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion
    23 - Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
    26 - St. Louis, MO - Riverport Amphitheatre
    27 - Kansas City, MO - Kemper Arena
    29 - Houston, TX - Compaq Center
    30 - San Antonio, TX - Alamodome
    31 - Dallas, TX - American Airlines Arena

published: 18-Apr-2001




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