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It's Christmas in July! The Backstreet Boys are returning as Vegas headliners again, but this time with some holiday cheer.


The beloved boy-band is going back to the location of their last hit residency, for the new: A Very Backstreet Christmas Party.

"If you're needing your boy-band fix, there is a Christmas residency!" Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter shared excitedly.

Catch the boys bringing the party straight back to Vegas with their iconic return. The show will be held at the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort and Casino, one of the trendiest spots on the Strip.

The shows begin in November and go right up to the Christmas holiday, making it perfect for fans to plan their holiday trip.

A Very Backstreet Christmas Party will be the award-winning group's first-ever holiday show. Fans can expect to hear the vocalists perform classic holiday songs, new originals, and their biggest all-time hits.

The Backstreet Boys themselves, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, have been keeping busy the past year, with 1.7 million likes on their official TikTok page where the band has been posting clips of their current and past concerts, funny videos, and more.

The Backstreet Boys also teamed up with The Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada once again to donate $1 from each of their ticket sales for their upcoming Vegas residency to the non-profit.

Tickets for A Very Backstreet Christmas Party are on sale now.

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