|Tour by Backstreet Boys|
|Start date||February 16, 2008|
|End date||March 13, 2009|
|No. of shows||99|
|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.He did, however, join his band again at the end of the tour in Los Angeles. 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.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.
|February 16, 2008||Tokyo||Japan||Tokyo Dome|
|February 17, 2008|
|February 20, 2008||Brisbane||Australia||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
|February 22, 2008||Sydney||Acer Arena|
|February 23, 2008||Melbourne||Rod Laver Arena|
|Asia (Leg 2)|
|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|
|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)|
|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)|
|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|
|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)|
|March 9, 2009||Monterrey||Mexico||Arena Monterrey|
|March 10, 2009||Torreón||Coliseo Centenario|
|March 12, 2009||Mexico City||Auditorio Nacional|
|March 13, 2009||Puebla||Auditorio Siglo XXI|
|February 25, 2008||Jakarta, Indonesia||The Ritz-Carlton Grand Ballroom||Moved to the JCC Plenary Hall|
|March 2, 2008||Taipei, Taiwan||TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall||Moved to Taipei Arena|
|March 6, 2008||Guangzhou, China||Guangzhou Gymnasium||Cancelled|
|March 8, 2008||Seoul, 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|
|June 14, 2008||North West, South Africa||Sun City Superbowl||Cancelled|
|June 15, 2008||North West, South Africa||Sun City Superbowl||Cancelled|
|June 17, 2008||Cape Town, South Africa||Grand Arena at the GrandWest Casino||Cancelled|
|August 12, 2008||Elizabeth, Indiana||The Outdoor Arena at Caesars Indiana||Cancelled|
|November 18, 2008||Nampa, Idaho||Idaho Center Arena||Cancelled|
|November 21, 2008||Phoenix, Arizona||Dodge Theatre||Cancelled|
|March 5, 2009||São Paulo, Brazil||ExpoCenter Transamérica||Moved to Estacionamento do Credicard Hall|
|Venue||City||Tickets sold / available||Gross revenue|
|Acer Arena||Sydney||7,865 / 8,216 (90%)||$594,941|
|Mile One Stadium||St. John's||9,562 / 10,624 (90%)||$580,640|
|Moncton Coliseum||Moncton||4,122 / 4,580 (90%)||$245,102|
|Halifax Metro Centre||Halifax||4,703 / 5,225 (89%)||$295,426|
|Scotiabank Place||Ottawa||6,025 / 6,025 (100%)||$374,728|
|Molson Amphitheatre||Toronto||13,453 / 13,453 (100%)||$605,374|
|Chastain Park Amphitheater||Atlanta||3,622 / 6,700 (54%)||$185,888|
|Brandt Centre||Regina||4,340 / 4,840 (89%)||$226,677|
|Rexall Place||Edmonton||8,596 / 8,941 (96%)||$504,168|
|Pengrowth Saddledome||Calgary||7,924 / 9,874 (80%)||$459,297|
|Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre||Victoria||5,044 / 5,044 (100%)||$302,259|
|Marymoor Park Concert Venue||Redmond||2,415 / 4,504 (53%)||$108,713|
|Wachovia Arena||Wilkes-Barre||2,695 / 5,644 (48%)||$130,132|
|Hollywood Palladium||Los Angeles||4,002 / 4,002 (100%)||$159,537|
|José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum||San Juan||2,400 / 4,363 (55%)||$192,693|
|Luna Park||Buenos Aires||5,799 / 6,195 (94%)||$224,986|
|Estacionamento do Credicard Hall||São Paulo||8,198 / 14,000 (58%)||$480,796|
|Citibank Hall||Rio de Janeiro||6,680 / 8,432 (79%)||$374,367|
|Arena Monterrey||Monterrey||9,370 / 9,683 (97%)||$380,716|
|TOTAL||116,815 / 140,345(82%)||$6,426,440|
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