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NKOTB to hit Sin City

NKOTB to hit Sin City

NKOTB: Jonathan Knight, Danny Wood, Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre, Jordan Knight of New Kids On The Block answered questions at Philips Arena on Thursday, June 20, in Atlanta. Photo: Associated Press/ Robb D. Cohen/Invision

New Kids On The Block have become the latest act to line up a series of concerts in Las Vegas.

The grown-up boy band will play four shows at The Axis in Planet Hollywood in July.

Announcing the news on Wednesday, singer Donnie Wahlberg said, “It’s central enough to everyone in the country: north, south, east, and west can all converge in Sin City with NKOTB. And we will certainly make it worth their while!”

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