For those N'Sync fans who can't get enough after the boy band's reunion at MTV's Video Music Awards this week, another chance to see at least one of its members is coming to a minor league park in Florida.
Chris Kirkpatrick (a.k.a. one of those ones who wasn't Justin Timberlake or Lance Bass) is appearing as the guest of honor at the Bradenton Marauders' "Salute To Boy Bands" on Thursday, according to MiLB.com.
Kirkpatrick was booked to appear at the park before N'Sync's appearance at the VMAs, according to the announcement.
From the release:
Kirkpatrick won't be performing at McKechnie Field, but his music (and that of other prominent boy bands) will be heard throughout the ballpark. The front office will dress up in their favorite boy band styles (let's hope for some frosted tips), and the potentially well-lubricated Thirsty Thursday crowd is invited to stick around after the game for some "Boy Band Karaoke."
The singer will also throw out the first pitch before the game and will sign N'Sync memorabilia for fans.
The Marauders are an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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