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Boy band fans may want to plan a trip to Sin City this summer.
Starting on Aug. 19 and lasting each night through Aug. 22, the boy band members are teaming up for an event called The After Party at The Sands Showroom inside The Venetian Resort.
The four artists are coming together for the first time on one stage, where they will perform their respective hits, as well as each other's, for the nightly event that will also include conversations between the stars, as well as appearances from special guests.
"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!"
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The news of the group's forthcoming Vegas engagement comes after Carter, 41, McLean, Fatone and Lance Bass teamed up for a Pride event last month in Los Angeles' The Grove.
Titled Bingo Under the Stars, the charitable evening of games and nostalgia saw the foursome donate $1 million in $TKINU Tokens to The Trevor Project, on behalf of the cryptocurrency-backed philanthropic 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."