Why See New Kids on the Block with Paula Abdul and Boyz II Men?
The Total Package tour
Jordan, Jonathan, Joey, Donnie and Danny were one of the biggest boy band sensations of all time. Coming to fame in the late 80s, their brand of RnB-tinged pop and heartbreaker looks saw them sell over 80 million records worldwide, but when they disbanded in 1994 it looked like The Kids' run was over. But not so, because they came roaring back to life in 2008, successfully making the transition from teen idols to grown-up crooners, and they haven't looked back since. Their last record was 10, and with rumours of a new album on the horizon, expect to hear some fresh tunes on these dates.
Joining NKOTB for the Total Package Tour are another pair of acts who have proven themselves true music survivors, New Jack Swing pioneers Boyz II Men and pop songstress turned talent show judge Paula Abdul. Catch this trio of great when they hit Palace Of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, MI, June 29, 2017
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Next available performances
Thu, Jun 29
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