More tickets for Backstreet Boys' Dublin concert going on sale today

More tickets for Backstreet Boys' Dublin concert going on sale today

The Backstreet Boys are bringing their DNA World Tour to Dublin's 3Arena next month and fans who missed out on tickets are in luck.

A limited number of production hold tickets for the June 11 gig go on sale at 3pm today through Ticketmaster.

The DNA World Tour is the band's biggest arena tour in 18 years.

They will perform all over Europe and North America, headlining venues including London’s O2 Arena, Paris’s AccorHotels Arena, and Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena.

The group's Las Vegas residency came to an end last month after a 14-month run.

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