Backstreet Boys want to 'make it right' for Chicago fans

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The Backstreet Boys peformed Friday night at FirstMerit Bank Amphitheatre on Northerly Island. | GETTY IMAGES

Cuz they want it that way.

The Backstreet Boys want to make it up to their Chicago fans who attended their “cut short” concert at FirstMerit Bank Amphitheatre Friday night, with a special ticket pre-sale for a return gig here.

According to a statement from their press rep, “All those who previously purchased tickets for the unintentionally shortened concert on August 2nd will be able to take part in a special private presale for tickets to the new concert. Tickets for the early presale will be offered at a special discounted price for those fans only. Backstreet promise this special performance will be a one of a kind show just for their fans in Chicago.”

Information on the new show date/venue will be announced in the coming months.

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