Backstreet Boys have announced dates for their Australian leg of their In a World Like This Tour.

May 8th – Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne, AU)
Presale (Reg Tix & VIP Upgrades): 2/13 at 2pm local till 2/15 at 5pm local
Public On-Sale: 2/23 at 12pm local

May 9th – Allphones Arena (Sydeny, AU)
Presale (Reg Tix & VIP Upgrades): 2/13 at 2pm local till 2/15 at 5pm local
Public On-Sale: 2/23 at 12pm local

May 10th – Entertainment Centre (Brisbane, AU)
Presale (Reg Tix & VIP Upgrades): 2/13 at 2pm – local till 2/15 at 5pm local
Public On-Sale: 2/23 at 12pm local

May 15th – Perth Arena (Perth, AU)
Presale (Reg Tix & VIP Upgrades): 2/13 at 2pm – local till 2/15 at 5pm local
Public On-Sale: 2/23 at 12pm local

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The Backstreet Boys In A World Like This tour will heading to South America this June. So far only two dates have been confirmed. Stay tuned for more dates to be announced.

6.17 – Luna Park – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presale (regular tickets & VIP upgrades): 2/11 at 10am local time
Public On-Sale: 2/14

6.19 – Movistar Arena – Santiago, Chile
Presale (regular tickets & VIP upgrades): 2/24 at 10am local time
Public On-Sale: 2/27

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Back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing a Backstreet Boys song gently thumping in the background, whether it was “Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)” at the mall or “As Long As You Love Me” at the local burger joint. They helped usher in a wave of boy-band jams that would permeate the airwaves for a decade, and they continue performing to this day. They’re also the subject of a new documentary by Stephen Kijak (pictured above with the Boys) called Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of that explores their rise to stardom, leading up to their 20th anniversary relaunch. Grae Drake got the opportunity to chat with them about their Five Favorite Films, but since five films each for every member would be a bit overwhelming, we asked Nick, AJ, Howie, Brian and Kevin to name just one. It’s okay, you can admit it: You want it that way. So read on for the Backstreet Boys’ Five Favorite Films:

Jaws (Steven Spielberg, 1975; 98% Tomatometer) – Nick Carter

I have watched this movie — I can’t even tell you [how many times]. Jaws. It’s typical, but Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, Steven Spielberg, I mean, it’s one of his first films, and the acting is superb. You put these guys on a boat and you have to sell this movie for 30 minutes. It’s some of the best monologues you’ll ever get.

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While the Backstreet Boys did many interviews to promote their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of they were interviewed by No Good TV. A little warning on the interview as there are some swear words being said.

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That’s So Hollywood interviewed Backstreet Boys about their documentary, giving advice to newer boy bands, upcoming leg of the In a World Like This tour and more.

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Backstreet Boys recently did a interview with OK! TV to discuss their documentary.

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Backstreet Boys have announced tour dates for their In A World Like This tour in Mexico. The shows will take place this June.

6/24 – Mexico City, MX @ Auditorio Nacional
6/27 – Guadalajara, MX @ Auditorio Telemex
6/28 – Monterrey, MX @ Auditorio Banamex

For more info including pre-sale which is happening tomorrow visit BackstreetBoys.com

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Four new dates for the In a World Like This tour has been announced. The dates are for shows in Asia.

4/30/15 – TPEC Gymnasium (Taipei, Taiwan)
5/02/15 – Star Theatre (Singapore)
5/03/15 – Stadium Negara (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
5/05/15 – Mall of Asia (Manila, Philippines)

For pre-sale and vip info visit BackstreetBoys.com

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Made in Hollywood recently interviewed the Backstreet Boys about their documentary.

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To promote their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” Backstreet Boys did a portrait session on January 27, 2015. Photos 8-18 credit michiel-huisman.com.

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