Backstreet's back, alright! The Backstreet Boys are heading to Vegas for their very own residency — and on tonight's episode of The Bachelor, fans are getting a sneak peek of what to expect!

Nick Viall and his ladies enjoy a group date with the popular boy band on episode three of the reality dating competition, even taking the stage with the guys as their backup dancers at the iHeart Radio show to promote their upcoming Larger Than Life show.

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While Nick won't be joining the BSB full time, viewers can experience a concert themselves as they head to Planet Hollywood for a 17-show run.

If you're want to rock your body (without competing for a rose), here is everything you need to know about the Backstreet Boys' Vegas show!

When and where does Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life kick off?

The boy band will start performances on March 1, 2017 at the AXIS inside Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino on the Vegas strip. Nick Carter, 36, Brian Littrell, 41, Howie Dorough, 43, AJ McLean, 39, and Kevin Richardson, 45, will be performing Wednesday, Friday and Saturday for 17 shows throughout the months of March and April, and will return for nine shows in the summer.

The boys will be joining fellow entertainers Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears and Celine Dion in Sin City!

Where can you buy tickets for the Backstreet Boys' Vegas residency?

Fans can buy tickets online here! Meet and greets are also available.

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What can fans expect from their Vegas show?

“What can you expect from the show? If you've ever been to a Backstreet Boys show, it’s going to be that on steroids," Brian told Rolling Stone. "Can fans expect to see all the hits? Of course."

Are the Backstreet Boys working on new music?

The guys are currently working on their tenth studio album and 2017 marks 24 years the group has been together.

"We've been collaborating with some brand new up and coming writers, producers and trying new stuff and new sounds," AJ told Life & Style exclusively. "What you'll definitely will be able to expect is going back to that nice Backsteet Boy harmonies, something that we kind of stepped away on our past few albums. Now that we're back as all five, since Kevin has rejoined, we want to take you guys back to that signature Backstreet Boys sound."

Nick continued, "We're open to whoever wants to embrace the Backstreet Boys. We love collaborations, we want to just experiment and try things. I'm sure you can expect a lot more interesting things as far as collaborations go on the next record."

We can't wait!