B&B or Into The Millennium. Which tour was better?
Submitted by Andrea from Wittlich Rheinland-Pfalz Germany
I just was on a millennium tour concert, the boys weren`t here yet with their B&B tour, but I think both concerts are great!The boys can sing and dance and their shows all are amazing!!
Submitted by Heather from Kingston New York USA
I think that bolth concerts where equally good but I had better seats for b&b the millennium concert was very special because I got to see them on feb 14th but the black and blue concert was on june 3oth which would also be my 13th birthday they where bolth special for me and I can't wate till they come back to albany,ny next summer we love you and hope to see you soon.
Submitted by Nicole from columbus ohio USA
Since B&B was my first concert ever i would have to say that one but I'm sure into the millennium was really good as well
Submitted by Alvin from Milledgeville Georgia USA
Is noting to compare cause every time they go out and do there concert they always get better and better every time they do it.
Submitted by abs from rhode island USA
Oh my gosh its so hard to compare these concerts.. well actually i went to one of each leg.. thats 2 ITM and 2 B&B (i still had one to go but we all know what happned and now its in october) but dang! I guess im partial to the first ITM concert because it was really special.. the seats were kind of crappy but I got to meet them before it so.... But the ITM one in Albany was great and so was the B&B one in Las Vegas (yeap I went 2,500 miles to see my boys!) but the Last concert, The Saturday Boston one was... theres no words to decribe it, maybe phenominal but i think thats too soft a word. the vocals the dancing... excellent. I must say everytime I see BSB from concerts to TRL to the Today show to specials... they just get better and better and I love them more and more!
Submitted by Stacie from Florida USA
OMG The B&B tour just blew me away!!! i thought it wasn't even possible to top Millenium, but the boys proved it is!! i deff recommend u go c it if they come near u!!!!! KTBSPA!!!!! XOXOXO BSB FANZ ROCK!!!!!
Submitted by Vicky (VOTE FOR BACKSTREET ON TRL) from WA USA
I so think BLACK AND BLUE is better.... its Rocks!!!!
Submitted by Krystal from USA
They were both exceptional, but I'd go with Into the Millennium because they were in the round and they flew out over the audience. But I had way better seats for B&B so I enjoyed that concert more.
Submitted by Larissa from João Pessoa Paraíba Brazil
I think both of them are REALLY good and each one has a special meaning to me. The ITM concert was amazing because it was my very first concert and I'll never forget it BUT, i was kinda far from the stage...The B&B tour was the first time the Boys played here in Brazil and it meant sooo much more to me, besides I was VERY close to the stage and I could see them really well. The special fx on the B&B concert were better and so were the opening acts...well, I think my vote goes to the Black & Blue Tour!!!
Submitted by Nicole from columbus ohio USA
okay well black & blue was my first concert ever so i would say that was the best one but if i seen the millennium tour it would probably be hard for me to choose but i all i know is what i heard about the millenium tour& seen from the b&b tour they both were good.
Submitted by Ashley N from Massachucetts USA
I think that both are equal. I haven't been to my B&B concert yet (July 9) and I loved the Millenium one! Nick pointed,made a face,smiled and waved at me! That was my highlight :D !! Anyways from what I've seen so far,the B&B one looks awesome!!
Submitted by Sarah from USA
I think that the B&B tour was the best that I have ever seen the guys perform. I went last night to the Nashville show and it was so incredible! The opening acts were ten times better this year (no offense to any Mandy lovers) and it was very apparent that the guys love us and want to be close to us as they can be. The bridge that came down over us and the way the stage was set up just proved that they would do anything for us and that is why I thought that this tour topped last year's.
Submitted by loser from Pittsburgh PA USA
I don't know which tour was better, but I was a lot happier to go to INTO THE MILLENNIUM because the tickets went on sale on my B-day, and they set the record for selling tickets on my b-day. I was online for 2 hours trying to go to Lexington...but then my friend called me and said that she had got me a ticket for Colombus, and that was the best b-day present I had ever gotton. I was even in the front row (of crapland)...but the venue was smaller then those in Pitt so my seats were actually pretty good, and considering that I had my 3 favs at the time always by me.....it was a good time. My B&B story is also good.....They sold out 2 people in front of me...so we left....then about 5 min. later I'm listinin' to B94 and then I just for no good reason switch to KISS, and I song that I don't like was on, but I listened to it anyway, right afterward they announced that they added a 2nd show, we rush to get the tickets, and they don't accept the credit card we had, so we go all the way to the bank and get cash and come back, and we got sect. E19, crapland, if they would have accepted that card we could have been in B11, but I didn't care I was going. I guess if you compare the 2 shows B&B was probably better, but into the millennium was more special to me
Submitted by Laura from VA USA
I had the opportunity to go to both concerts and I have to say I liked the B&B Tour better. The Millennium stage was soo awesome, but for the people all the way to the top, the boys couldn't connect with them as much as they could have. With the B&B stage, the second stage was really awesome and it really let EVERYONE get the change to see them well. The fact that this part of the B&B Tour the guys are going to smaller places is great too. When I went on June 15th, they didn't have the smaller second stage. But because the place was smaller than usual, you still could get a great view of the guys. Overall tho, the guys always have put on an excellent show that is just like a party, I just prefered the B&B.
Submitted by Vanessa from USA
Well ive been to both concerts and i would have to say that the Millenium Tour was better than the Black and Blue tour. Im not saying that the Black and Blue tour didnt rock because it did man, oh man was it good!!! i loved it, but i liked the fact the the stage was in the middle for the Millenium tour but i understand that they didnt do it again because it seemed like tons of work.
Submitted by Kamia from MD USA
I just went to the B&B show on June 15 and it was the best. The show was non stop and every seat was a good seat. On the millineum tour the round stage was an good idea, but when they were on one side of the stage people on other sides couldn't see them that well. B&B is an end stage and everyone can see them all the time.
Submitted by Katie from USA
I've seen a concert in both the Millenium tour and the Black and Blue tour. They were both great shows, but I'll have to say Millenium was definitly better! I liked how the stage was in the center, everyone had a great seat! PLUS the ticket prices were reasonable!! lol, Black and Blue was awesome, but I dunno if they can ever top the Millenium tour for me! *Katie
Submitted by Kaitlyn from PSL FL USA
I went to Millenium & B&B, both concerts were excellent(as always), but B&B was better. B&B had more special effects, better pyro, and it seemed like they matured more. I liked the end stage better b/c they were more spread out and you could see them at all times.
Submitted by Heather from Baltimore Maryland USA
I saw the BSB on the Millennium tour (9-19-99) and on the Black and Blue tour (2-2-2001) *why do all my dates have the same numbers in them? That's weird!!!* I loved both tours but, Black and Blue was the best concert I've EVER seen (out of all 19 I've been to in my life!) The stage was incredible, I loved the Jumbo-tron and all the costume changes. The bridge over the crowd was great (and REALLY made me wish I was on the floor!) and the smaller stage closer to my section was a pleasant surprise. This tour really made it seem like they were trying to get closer to their fans--and I didn't have to cover my eyes all the time because they didn't fly, lol.
Submitted by Howies lover from Chicago IL USA
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