Backstreet Boys are in South Africa

The Backstreet Boys have touched down in South Africa before their world tour shows.

The boyband – consisting of Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, and cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson – landed in Cape Town at the weekend and are “starting to venture out” after catching up on some rest.

After arriving from Bahrain, their first stop was the Cape Town Stadium. They watched the Stormers beat Irish team Connacht 43–25, securing a spot in the United Rugby Championship (URC) final for the second consecutive year.

“Backstreet Boys – Welcome to South Africa. We are thrilled to have you,” reads the caption of a clip shared to the Big Concerts Instagram account.

The entertainment agency also shared photos of the boy band arriving on Twitter.

One photo shows member Kevin Richardson walking from their private plane with his hair blowing in the wind. Another shows AJ McLean posing in front of the plane.

Meanwhile, Nick Carter has shared moments of their travels in Cape Town so far on his personal social media accounts.

“Woke up in Cape Town, South Africa, refreshed and ready to see what’s going on around town,” he captioned a selfie from his room at the Mount Nelson hotel.

On Sunday, Carter and his fellow bandmates visited Signal Hill.

“First stop on our excursion is Signal Hill in Cape Town, South Africa. Extremely beautiful and takes your breath away.”

Carter shared videos of their drive to the tourist attraction and information about where Signal Hill got its name. He also shared photos of the view from the hilltop.

See the videos HERE.

The Backstreet Boys are scheduled to perform two shows at GrandWest, Grand Arena on Tuesday and Wednesday before they head to Pretoria for another two shows on Friday and Saturday.

Click HERE for all the show info.


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