Nineties pop legends Backstreet Boys to play in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE
The nineties pop act Backstreet Boys will tour the Middle East this year, with gigs planned in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE in the spring.
The band announced their first-ever performance in Egypt will take place in May, followed by gigs in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Bahrain.
It is part of the band's DNA World Tour, which will take place in May leading to excitement among fans in the Arab world.
"The Backstreet Boys' decision to perform in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the UAE is a positive sign of cultural exchange and openness," commented one person on Twitter.
"Backstreet Boys to perform in Egypt for the first time. My dream has come true.. only it's 25 years late And I'm not there," lamented one another.
How my life changed yesterday:— NG (@angieelaraby) February 23, 2023
Saw Backstreet Boys announcement about coming to Egypt ✅
Screamed my lungs out ✅
Ran around the room ✅
Checked again if it’s true ✅
Prebooked my spot ✅
Now I can’t stop thinking about it ✅
MY DREAM CONCERT IS COMING TRUE!!@backstreetboys pic.twitter.com/aG10Xrfr3q
Others are anticipating Backstreet Boys back in Saudi Arabia, following their 2019 concert and their first performance in Abu Dhabi.
Backstreet Boys formed in 1993, becoming one of the biggest bands in the world by the mid-90s with hits such as "As Long as You Love Me", "I Want it That Way" and "Everybody".