The American pop group Backstreet Boys will be performing in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Uruguay between February and March as part of their "DNA World Tour".
"Backstreet Boys will arrive in Latin America with their successful 'DNA World Tour', the group's biggest show tour in 18 years. After having sold-out shows throughout Europe and North America, the group will visit Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil," the organizers said in a statement.
According to the information, the Orlando band's tour of Latin America will begin on February 21, 2020, in Mexico City and will continue on February 24 in Monterrey and 26 in Guadalajara.
On February 28, the quintet will perform in San Jose and a day later will be in Bogota, where it will perform for the first time in the Movistar Arena.
The tour will continue on March 4 in Santiago, March 7 in Buenos Aires, and March 8 in Montevideo.
The last stop on the U.S. group's Latin American tour will be Brazil, where it will perform on March 11 in Uberlandia, March 13 in Rio de Janeiro, and March 15 in Sao Paulo.
During this tour, the group is promoting its tenth studio album: "DNA", which was released last January by RCA Records and includes the single "Don't go breaking my heart", which has more than 48 million reproductions on Youtube.
With that song, the group was nominated this year for a Grammy in the category of best group performance or pop duo and managed to put a single on the list "Billboard Hot 100" after ten years.
The Backstreet Boys has founded in 1993 with great popularity among teen audiences thanks to songs such as "I Want In That Way", "As Long As You Love Me" and "Larger Than Life".