The five -- Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, A.J. McLean and Nick Carter -- will perform ten songs off Never Gone, as well as their entire Chapter 1 greatest hits compilation.
That's not to say there'll be no frills. "We might have a little bit of pyro here and there," says Littrell.
"And we're going to break out the sequin blazers," Richardson jokes.
"We are grateful to his legal team, the court and district attorney. His required fulfillment of the alcohol program will not interfere with Backstreet Boy's current touring and promotions of the new album," said Carter's publicist, Juliette Harris, who is also quick to point out that "alcohol program" does not equal rehab.
The statement continues to say that "Carter regrets his mistake and looks forward to fulfilling his requirements and putting this incident behind him. As always he is thankful to his fans for standing by him and the Backstreet Boys."
Carter was slapped with the two misdemeanor charges after getting pulled over for erratic driving Mar. 5 in Huntington Beach and flubbing a field sobriety test.
At the time, his rep denied Carter was under the influence.
"Nick Carter deeply regrets the current situation. He is on doctor-prescribed medication and was unaware of its interaction possibilities," Harris said in March.