Backstreet Boys wrap up India leg of DNA World Tour with a thrilling performance in Delhi-NCR region


The Backstreet Boys, the iconic American boy band, wrapped up the India leg of their DNA World Tour with an exhilarating performance at the Airia Mall in Gurugram. Fans from all age groups gathered to witness the concert, which was delayed by a couple of minutes, leaving many desperate.

The crowd erupted in joy as the band took to the stage, starting with “I Wanna Be With You” which left the crowd of over 12,000 exhilarated. With their groovy and synchronised dance steps, the band proved age is just a number for them. The quintet, dressed in all-black attire, paused multiple times, only for the crowd to complete the lyrics.

During their entire performance, the group changed outfits on multiple occasions. Carter took note of the humid weather and took off his jacket on the stage, leading to huge screams from the fans. The singer asked the crowd to chant with him ‘Backstreet’s Back’ to show their love for the group.

In the next set, the band performed more favourites, including “Quit Playing Games” and “As Long as You Love”, for the crowd. After performing a few more tracks and changing outfits once more, the group gathered on the stage to reminisce about starting the band 30 years ago. The band members revealed that they were teenagers when they came together to form the group.

For the final set, the band performed a fusion mix of their all-time hit track “Everybody”, inviting the crowd’s loudest cheers. After their final act, the band exited the stage, leaving many fans to wonder if this was it. But then the stage came alive once again. Backstreet Boys were not done yet.

Wearing silver outfits this time, the group performed one final song for the crowd — ‘Larger than Life’, accompanied by a spectacular fireworks display that outshone even the full moon. The Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour was brought to India by BookMyShow along with Live Nation.

The Backstreet Boys have dominated the music scene with numerous global hits in the 1990s and early 2000s. Their music continues to be popular with fans of all ages, as evidenced by the large crowds that gathered to witness their India tour. The band’s success can be attributed to their catchy tunes, excellent choreography, and relatable lyrics. It is no wonder that they continue to be one of the most loved boy bands of all time.


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