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Backstreet’s Back . . . at Legal Harborside

Backstreet Boys Howie Dorough (center, with fan) and Nick Carter (left) at the after-concert party.

Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe

Backstreet Boys Howie Dorough (center, with fan) and Nick Carter (left) at the after-concert party.

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Backstreet Boys Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Howie Dorough hosted a late-night party at Legal Harborside after the boy band’s show at the Bank of America Pavilion Monday night. The guys, who had New Kids on the Block members Jordan and Jonathan Knight in their pavilion audience, spent their after-concert hours dancing and posing for pictures with fans, and playing DJ for the crowd. Former “Jersey Shore” star turned DJ Pauly D was expected to run the turntables during the night, but for whatever reason, he was a no-show at the party.

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