Iconic boyband reunite with nineties pop icons Jazzy Jeff and Paula Abdul for huge new tour | The Sun

New Kids on the Block (NKOTB) are back – teaming up with Jazzy Jeff and Paul Adbul for a new tour.

NKOTB rose to fame in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Comprising members Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood, Jordan Knight, Jonathan Knight, and Joey McIntyre, they achieved success with hits like Hangin' Tough and Step by Step.

The band recently announced their Magic Summer 2024 Tour with DJ Jazzy Jeff and Paula Abdul.

The announcement read: "With inspiration from the 1990 tour of the same name, NKOTB will bring all of the magic back for fans in amphitheaters, arenas, and stadiums nationwide."

Their tour is scheduled to extend throughout the entire summer, commencing in mid-June and concluding at the end of August.

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Sharing the news of their tour on Instagram, they encountered a wave of disappointment from fans as it was revealed that the tour would not include Europe or the UK.

One fan commented: "Absolutely heartbroken and angry. Once again the UK/EUROPEAN fan base get left out. We don’t matter it seems.

"I’ve loved you guys for 36 years plus.

"If you’re never going to come back please just let us know so we don’t have this ray of hope every time you say you have a big announcement and then end up with a big hole in our hearts."

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Another fan added: "Still nothing for Europe, we are a family.

"It's so disappointing, I'm angry, with each announcement FRANCE and EUROPE are waiting, but nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing just for the USA."

"Sorry but I had to say it, we've been waiting for you for too long."

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