Rest assured. The Backstreet Boys’ concert tonight will be an excellent affair.
According to production namager Andrew Warren, the boys themselves had promised a fantastic show. “Fans will not be shory-changed and definietly will not go home dissapointed,” he told The Star.
In fact, the stage is said to be the biggest stage ever to be set up at the venue (Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach). Measuring 60ft x 50ft, such a big stage is usually cenceptualised for stadiums, said Warren.
“It is a huge production for Sunway itself, too,” he said. “This is definitely something very new and big, and the venue sponsor has definitely been very supportive and helpful.
“We have also drained out the surf pool for the audience. That will serve as the floor.”
There will be huge projection screens on stage showing images and playback videos of the boys.
Warren said the group, comprising Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, A.J. McLean and Nick Carter, had prior to the show insisted on only systems and lighting being used.
“The boys insisted and reminded us to use only the best lighting and sound equipment for the concert. We have constructed everything in accordance with their request and there is definitely very heavy lighting coupled with the besr sounds,”
Warren said production work started on Saturday evening involving some 50 crew members.
The concert tonight is part of The Backstreet Boys’ Unbreakable World Tour 2008.
The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are available at Sunway Lagoon Ticketing Counters. Sunways Lagoon Theme Park is the official venue. The Star is the official newspaper