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New Kids On The Block will be coming to Toronto again this summer as part of “The Package Tour.” Package you say? Well, that package includes special guests Boyz II Men and that other other 90s boy band, 98 Degrees. The tour will help promote the release of NKOTB’s new single “Remix (I Like The)” on January 28th and their new album, “10″ in April.

The tour itself comes just two years after a New Kids On The Block/Backstreet Boys pairing tickled the fancy of now 20 and 30-something fans of the 90s heartthrobs. The show will hit Toronto on June 7th at the Air Canada Centre with what are sure to be entertaining costumes and songs who’s lyrics have staying power not unlike the knowledge of how to ride a bike. And though tour will undoubtedly be successful, it kind of just makes us feel old. Tickets go on sale February 2nd.


Eva Voinigescu is an intern at Toronto Standard. Follow her on Twitter @EvaVoinigescu.

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