New Kids On The Block made their return to Harlem's iconic Apollo Theater on Oct. 7, 30 years to the day that the famed boy band filmed Showtime At the Apollo. A particular evening for the group and Blockheads alike, NKOTB documented the live performance on video for a brand new mini-doc.
The minute-long clip options commentary from Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood and Jordan Knight, in addition to a few of the fortunate followers who have been on the Apollo 30th anniversary present and the group's choreographer, Sunny Walters. "That was such a big second," Wood says of NKOTB's unique Apollo look, with Knight including, "We actually have been validated as a bunch."
Knight additionally stated the Apollo helped New Kids get to the place they're now, which made the present really feel full-circle for all. And even 30 years in, Wahlberg hints that NKOTB is nowhere close to completed with their epic run. "We have what it takes, we simply gotta preserve going and don't give up."
New Kids On The Block are holding true to that sentiment in 2019, hitting the street for The Mixtape Tour with fellow '80s stars Salt-N-Pepa, Tiffany, Debbie Gibson and Naughty By Nature. Along with the tour announcement -- which got here the day after their Apollo present -- the band revealed that they're additionally making new music, appropriately kicking issues off with a thumping monitor titled "'80s Baby" that options their tour mates.
Get tickets for The Mixtape Tour right here, and take a look at the Apollo mini-doc beneath.