Opening on April 10, Backstreet Boys: The Experience will include personal memorabilia, wardrobe pieces artwork, photography and more
Backstreet’s back — with a brand-new fan experience.
Opening to the public on April 10 at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, Backstreet Boys: The Experience will include personal memorabilia, wardrobe, artwork, photography and more, PEOPLE confirms exclusively.
The experience runs through Sept. 2 and will also feature immersive photo and video interactive experiences.
“From the beginning of our career, we have always made it a priority to interact with our fans,” says AJ McLean. “This exhibition is a perfect way to share our favorite memories with the people who made our dreams a reality.”
On April 8, the “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” singers — including Nick Carter, 39, Brian Littrell, 44, Howie Dorough, 45, Kevin Richardson, 47, and McLean, 41 — will be on hand at the museum to share stories from the past 25 years as part of the museum’s intimate Public Program series.
“The Backstreet Boys re-defined pop music as we know it creating a dedicated fan phenomenon that still exists almost 30 years later,” says the museum’s executive director Michael Sticka. “We’re thrilled to celebrate the group’s unique commitment to their fans and vice versa while producing a one-of-a-kind immersive interactive environment.”