May: Important + Fun @BackstreetBoys Dates to Remember

by | May 17, 2020 | Backstreet Boys, History

May is full of historical dates! From “Millennium” to the NKOTBSB tour beginning.

Here are the BSB-related milestones + anniversaries you can celebrate in May!

5/2/2006 Brian Littrell’s “Welcome Home” released
5/3/2018 BSB sets off on their 6th cruise
5/5/2013 The ‘In A World Like This’ world tour begins in China.
5/6/1996 Their first album, “Backstreet Boys”, is released
5/6/2009 James Dorough born.
5/8/1993 The Boys perform their first big show together at Sea World in Orlando, FL to a crowd of more than 3,000
5/10/2016 The 5th cruise kicks off in Barcelona
5/13/2016 SB breaks the Guinness World Record for the most nationalities in a hot tub.
5/16/2000 “The One” released
5/17/2018 “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” released
5/18/1999 “Millennium” released
5/19/2015 The boys bring the ‘In A World Like This’ tour to Israel – performing three shows to sold-out crowds. This was the first time the band had ever performed in Israel.
5/24/2011 The NKOTBSB album is released; the album debuts at number seven in the US
5/25/2011 North American leg of the NKOTBSB tour begins, selling out 50 cities
5/29/2001 – “More Than That” released

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