Unbreakable Tour (Backstreet Boys tour)

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Unbreakable Tour
Tour by Backstreet Boys
BkStBoys 2008TourPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for tour
Associated album Unbreakable
Start dateFebruary 16, 2008 (2008-02-16)
End dateMarch 13, 2009 (2009-03-13)
No. of shows99
Backstreet Boys concert chronology

The Backstreet Boys' Unbreakable Tour was a 2008–2009 concert tour. This was their seventh concert tour in support of their sixth studio album Unbreakable (2007) and this was the first Backstreet Boys tour as a quartet without Kevin Richardson who left the group in June 2006. [1] He did, however, join his band again at the end of the tour in Los Angeles. [2] The tour kicked off in Japan with two sold out concerts in the Tokyo Dome.


The show at London's O2 Arena on the May 14, 2008 was recorded. It was first shown in MSN "Music in Concert" at 2:00 PM ET/11:00AM PT on June 26, 2008. [3] It was also later shown on VH1 in the UK on October 31, 2008 at 9pm. However, all solo songs were cut from the aired program, showing only the songs performed by them as a group.


The group planned to make it a true world tour, hitting countries that they had not visited in years, along with visiting new countries, including their first stop ever on tour in Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Peru, along with South Africa dates. The Luxembourg date was suspended after a fire broke out at the venue the afternoon of the performance, no one was seriously injured, but there was damage to the group's wardrobe. [4]

Opening acts

Backstreet Boys performing in Stockholm, Sweden on April 14, 2008. BSB Stockholm08.jpg
Backstreet Boys performing in Stockholm, Sweden on April 14, 2008.


  1. "Larger than Life" (contains elements of "Eye of the Tiger" and "Stronger")
  2. "Everyone"
  3. "Any Other Way"    
  4. "You Can Let Go"
  5. "Unmistakable"    
  6. "I Want It That Way"
  7. "She's Like the Sun" (performed by Howie Dorough)
  8. "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely"
  9. "More than That"   
  10. "Helpless When She Smiles" (only on selected dates)
  11. "Spanish Eyes" (only on selected dates replacing "Helpless When She Smiles")
  12. "Trouble Is"     
  13. "Incomplete"
  14. "Drive By Love" (performed by A. J. McLean)
  15. "Panic"       
  16. "I Got You" / "Blow Your Mind" (performed by Nick Carter; later only "I Got You")
  17. "Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)" (contains elements of "Raspberry Beret")
  18. "As Long As You Love Me" (contains elements of "I'll Be Around")
  19. "All I Have to Give"
  20. "I'll Never Break Your Heart"
  21. "Inconsolable"
  22. "Welcome Home (You)" (performed by Brian Littrell)
  23. Band Introduction (contains elements of "Feel Good Inc." and "Beat It")
  24. "The One"  
  25. "Treat Me Right"
  26. "The Call"   
  27. "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)"


  1. "Shape of My Heart"
  2. "Time"
  3. (only on selected dates)

Tour dates

February 16, 2008 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
February 17, 2008
Australia [14]
February 20, 2008 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
February 22, 2008 Sydney Acer Arena
February 23, 2008 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
Asia (Leg 2) [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20]
February 25, 2008 Jakarta Indonesia JCC Plenary Hall
February 27, 2008 Petaling Jaya Malaysia Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach
February 29, 2008 Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Arena
March 2, 2008 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena
March 4, 2008 Nanjing China Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium
March 6, 2008 Hangzhou Yellow Dragon Gymnasium
March 8, 2008 Seoul South Korea Olympic Fencing Gymnasium
North America [21] [22] [23]
March 12, 2008 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
March 14, 2008 Puebla Auditorio Siglo XXI
March 15, 2008 Zapopan Auditorio Telmex
March 17, 2008 Mexico City Auditorio Nacional
April 2, 2008 Stuttgart Germany Porsche-Arena
April 3, 2008 Munich Olympiahalle
April 4, 2008 Leipzig Arena Leipzig
April 6, 2008 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy Sportpaleis
April 8, 2008 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle
April 9, 2008 Hamburg Color Line Arena
April 11, 2008 Ballerup Denmark Ballerup Super Arena
April 12, 2008 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
April 14, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
April 16, 2008 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
April 19, 2008 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
April 20, 2008 Padua Italy Palasport San Lazzaro
April 21, 2008 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle Frankfurt
April 23, 2008 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes
April 25, 2008 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
April 27, 2008 Badalona Spain Palau Municipal d'Esports de Badalona
April 29, 2008 Milan Italy DatchForum di Assago
April 30, 2008 Rome PalaLottomatica
May 2, 2008 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena
May 4, 2008 Brussels Belgium Forest National
May 7, 2008 Liverpool England Echo Arena Liverpool
May 8, 2008 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
May 11, 2008 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
May 12, 2008 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
May 14, 2008 London England The O2 Arena
May 17, 2008 Riga Latvia Arena Riga
May 19, 2008 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall Arena
May 20, 2008 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena
May 21, 2008 Moscow Russia Olimpiyskiy
May 22, 2008 Saint Petersburg Ice Palace Saint Petersburg
North America (Leg 2) [24] [25]
July 29, 2008 St. John's Canada Mile One Stadium
July 30, 2008
August 1, 2008 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
August 2, 2008 Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
August 4, 2008 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
August 5, 2008 Montreal Bell Centre
August 7, 2008 Toronto Molson Amphitheatre
August 8, 2008 Clarkston United States DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 9, 2008 Kettering Fraze Pavilion
August 10, 2008 [A] Indianapolis Hoosier Lottery Grandstand
August 14, 2008 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
August 15, 2008 Atlantic City Borgata Events Center
August 16, 2008 Gilford Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
August 18, 2008 Vienna Filene Center
August 20, 2008 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheater
August 22, 2008 Bloomington U.S. Cellular Coliseum
August 23, 2008 [B] Falcon Heights State Fair Grandstand
August 24, 2008 [C] Highland Park The Pavilion
August 26, 2008 Sudbury Canada Sudbury Community Arena
August 27, 2008 Sault Ste. Marie Steelback Centre
August 30, 2008 Regina Brandt Centre
August 31, 2008 Edmonton Rexall Place
September 2, 2008 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
September 4, 2008 Vancouver General Motors Place
September 5, 2008 Victoria Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
September 6, 2008 Redmond United States Marymoor Park Concert Venue
North America (Leg 3) [24] [25]
October 30, 2008 Reading United States Reading Eagle Theater
October 31, 2008 Montclair Wellmont Theatre
November 1, 2008 Wilkes-Barre Wachovia Arena
November 2, 2008 Wallingford Chevrolet Theatre
November 4, 2008 Quebec City Canada Pavillon de la Jeunesse
November 5, 2008 Saguenay Centre Georges-Vézina
November 6, 2008 Sherbrooke Palais des Sports
November 8, 2008 London John Labatt Centre
November 9, 2008 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
November 12, 2008 Winnipeg MTS Centre
November 13, 2008 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
November 15, 2008 Grande Prairie Canada Games Arena
November 16, 2008 Prince George CN Centre
November 17, 2008 Kamloops Interior Savings Centre
November 22, 2008 Las Vegas United States Pearl Concert Theater
November 23, 2008 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
South America [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31]
February 21, 2009 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
February 25, 2009 Lima Peru Explanada del Estadio Monumental
February 27, 2009 Caracas Venezuela Terraza del Centro Comercial Ciudad Tamanaco
March 1, 2009 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
March 3, 2009 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
March 5, 2009 São Paulo Brazil Estacionamento do Credicard Hall
March 7, 2009 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall
North America (Leg 4) [32] [33]
March 9, 2009MonterreyMexicoArena Monterrey
March 10, 2009 Torreón Coliseo Centenario
March 12, 2009Mexico CityAuditorio Nacional
March 13, 2009PueblaAuditorio Siglo XXI
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Indiana State Fair [34]
B Minnesota State Fair [35]
C Ravinia Festival [36]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
February 25, 2008Jakarta, Indonesia The Ritz-Carlton Grand Ballroom Moved to the JCC Plenary Hall
March 2, 2008Taipei, Taiwan TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall Moved to Taipei Arena
March 6, 2008 Guangzhou, China Guangzhou Gymnasium Cancelled
March 8, 2008Seoul, South Korea Jangchung Gymnasium Moved to Olympic Fencing Gymnasium
May 3, 2008 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Rockhal Cancelled
June 13, 2008 North West, South Africa Sun City Superbowl Cancelled [37]
June 14, 2008North West, South AfricaSun City SuperbowlCancelled [37]
June 15, 2008North West, South AfricaSun City SuperbowlCancelled [37]
June 17, 2008 Cape Town, South AfricaGrand Arena at the GrandWest CasinoCancelled [37]
August 12, 2008 Elizabeth, Indiana The Outdoor Arena at Caesars Indiana Cancelled [38]
November 18, 2008 Nampa, Idaho Idaho Center Arena Cancelled [39]
November 21, 2008 Phoenix, Arizona Dodge Theatre Cancelled [40]
March 5, 2009São Paulo, BrazilExpoCenter TransaméricaMoved to Estacionamento do Credicard Hall [41]

Box office score data

VenueCityTickets sold / availableGross revenue
Acer ArenaSydney7,865 / 8,216 (90%)$594,941 [42]
Mile One StadiumSt. John's9,562 / 10,624 (90%)$580,640 [43]
Moncton ColiseumMoncton4,122 / 4,580 (90%)$245,102 [44]
Halifax Metro CentreHalifax4,703 / 5,225 (89%)$295,426 [44]
Scotiabank PlaceOttawa6,025 / 6,025 (100%)$374,728 [44]
Molson AmphitheatreToronto13,453 / 13,453 (100%)$605,374 [45]
Chastain Park AmphitheaterAtlanta3,622 / 6,700 (54%)$185,888 [46]
Brandt CentreRegina4,340 / 4,840 (89%)$226,677 [46]
Rexall PlaceEdmonton8,596 / 8,941 (96%)$504,168 [46]
Pengrowth SaddledomeCalgary7,924 / 9,874 (80%)$459,297 [46]
Save-On-Foods Memorial CentreVictoria5,044 / 5,044 (100%)$302,259 [46]
Marymoor Park Concert VenueRedmond2,415 / 4,504 (53%)$108,713 [46]
Wachovia ArenaWilkes-Barre2,695 / 5,644 (48%)$130,132 [44]
Hollywood PalladiumLos Angeles4,002 / 4,002 (100%)$159,537 [47]
José Miguel Agrelot ColiseumSan Juan2,400 / 4,363 (55%)$192,693 [44]
Luna ParkBuenos Aires5,799 / 6,195 (94%)$224,986 [44]
Estacionamento do Credicard HallSão Paulo8,198 / 14,000 (58%)$480,796 [44]
Citibank HallRio de Janeiro6,680 / 8,432 (79%)$374,367 [44]
Arena MonterreyMonterrey9,370 / 9,683 (97%)$380,716 [44]
TOTAL116,815 / 140,345(82%)$6,426,440

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