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PostSubject: Sudbury camps out for The Backstreet Boys   Sudbury camps out for The Backstreet Boys Icon_minitimeWed 4 Jun - 15:00

UPDATE: The Backstreet Boys concert sold out in approximately 20 minutes.

Ashley Carlucci was at Jake’s Diner with her grandparents on Wednesday when she got a text message from her sister Karly.

“I have to go now,” Ashley told her grandparents, then raced downtown to the Sudbury Arena.

She wasn’t going to miss out on buying a ticket to see The Backstreet Boys on Aug. 26 at the Sudbury Arena. Her sister had mistakenly thought people were already lining up. But as it turned out, Ashley was first in line.

Along with Karly and Lee-Ann Lefebvre, Ashley’s been waiting outside the arena doors since Wednesday at 3 p.m.

Tickets were scheduled to go on sale for $70 a pop on Friday at 10 a.m.

During the day, the girls hung out on butterfly chairs, chatting and munching on Ritz crackers, Hostess potato chips and Cheeswhiz.

One perk of being first in line is that they slept under the overhang at the entryway. But even with 11 blankets piled on, they still froze. And someone shot an egg at them in the middle of the night.

Unbelievable, Karly said, is the fact that the opening act for the show is Girlicious, a group that was launched in a reality TV show.

“We watched them for a year,” said Karly, holding up her cellphone and playing the band’s ringtone. “Now we get to see them live.”

It wasn’t only teenagers who camped out. The Backstreet Boys have been around for 15 years and have produced eight CDs, said Sabrina Bruce, who had to find a babysitter so that she could wait in line. “When they started their career, I was the same age they were,” she said.

Julie Constantine remembered planting herself in front of the TV and watching the band when they appeared on YTV’s Hit List 10 years ago.

“I’ve waited my whole childhood and teenage years to see them, specifically Nick Carter,” she said.

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