Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, and Boyz II Men Will Deliver an Ultimate Boyband Collab in a Rare Las Vegas Performance

Boyband enthusiasts may want to schedule a summer trip to Sin City. *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, and Boyz II Men members are teaming up for a limited summer event in Las Vegas, which means you can live out your tween and adolescent desires and scream-sing all the tunes alongside them.

Joey Fatone of *NSYNC, AJ McLean and Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, and Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men bring their talents to Las Vegas for a limited engagement.

Beginning Aug. 19 and running through Aug. 22, the boy band members will collaborate for an event named The After Party at The Sands Showroom within The Venetian Resort.

The four musicians will play their respective hits and those of one another during the nightly event, which will also feature interaction between the stars and appearances by special guests.

Tickets go on sale on July 10 at 10:00 a.m. PT through Ticketmaster.com, Venetian.com, and any Venetian Resort box office.

“We wanted to do something with the idea of the Rat Pack meets the Pop age now — different artists coming together and doing a show that’s fun, but also takes you through a bit of history,” Fatone, 44, told Variety. “But it organically also turned into more of a celebration of our bands and a homage to pop culture.”

“You’re going to see these guys and these groups in a light you’ve never seen them in before,” he continued.

“We’ve had so much fun putting this show together and finally sharing a stage. I can’t wait to share it with the fans,” McLean, 45, added in a press release, per Entertainment Tonight. “I promise an incredible night of wild surprises; this is an absolute must-see!”

Carter, 41, McLean, Fatone, and Lance Bass recently teamed up for a Pride celebration at Los Angeles’ The Grove.

The event, dubbed Bingo Under the Stars, raised $1 million in $TKINU Tokens for The Trevor Project on behalf of the cryptocurrency-backed charity coalition Mission Tsuki.

“Back in the day, before there was social media, press, and media and had to pit us against each other. Just to be able to do something like this together hopefully squashes all that crap that was never true in the first place,” McLean told PEOPLE of the event. “This is about coming together.”