Have you missed Pauly D since the end of Jersey Shore? He’s been keeping very busy spinning tracks all around the globe. In fact, he just finished up the “In a World Like This” tour with the Backstreet Boys and Jesse McCartney. He kept a tour diary the whole time, and now he’s sharing his experience exclusively with OKMagazine.com! Stop back every Friday for Pauly’s thoughts and pics.
August 2nd – Chicago
Today was the kickoff of the “In A World Like This” tour. First days of tours are always a little bit hectic, and this was no exception. My team and I got to the venue super early so we could make sure everything was in pristine condition since it was the first night. All details had to be perfect and they were. It was dope to see my DJ booth for the tour for the first time, I quickly did a few interviews and before I knew it, it was time to hit the stage. The crowd was insane—so excited for each act. It was a great way to start the tour.
August 3 – Maryland Heights, MO
The second night of the tour was actually the first time I got to meet all the Backstreet Boys and Jesse McCartney, since the first night ended up being so hectic. Every night, Backstreet Boys had an after party so we all met up there. They were all such cool dudes and we all have mutual respect for each other so I knew that the tour was going to be so much fun the whole way.
August 6 – Montreal, QC
This was the 20th time that BSB had sold out the Bell Centre and so we all celebrated their milestone together. It was really important to me to be able to go on a tour with people I really enjoyed, and I have been a BSB fan for a long time so it was awesome to commemorate this with them. Some of us did a little bar crawl after the show to continue the celebration. I love performing in Canada. The fans are amazing.
August 8 – Clarkston, MI
Today was back to the US for the rest of the shows. It was great to be in Canada but always nice to return to the States. Next week we hit the tri-state area and Boston, stay tuned…
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