NSYNC, Backstreet Boys members performing in Orlando next week

Members of two of the most popular boy bands will host several shows across Florida next week, including one in Orlando.

NSYNC’s Joey Fatone and AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys will bring their Legendary Night tour to Hard Rock Live Orlando (6050 Universal Boulevard) on Friday, March 29.

Fatone and McLean will be joined on stage by a seven-piece, live band for a concert filled with popular songs that defined the pop era of the late 90s and early 2000s.

Select tickets are still available on the main floor and in the upper balcony.

For more information on the upcoming concert, or to purchase tickets, visit the Joey Fatone and AJ McLean: A Legendary Night event page through Hard Rock Live Orlando.

In addition to the Orlando show, Fatone and McLean are also bringing their tour to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday, March 28 and the Florida Theatre in Jacksonville on Saturday, March 30.

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