Live music this week: Boys to men (and one woman)

At least part of the massive crowd at Sun Life Stadium for Justin Timberlake and Jay Z's show earlier this month was made up of former 'N Sync fanatics. On Sunday, anyone who used to plaster their bedroom walls with posters of Nick Carter's face rather than JT's should rush to the Cruzan Amphitheatre, where the Backstreet Boys will perform. ($171, LiveNation.comBackstreet Boy Kevin Richardson told NBC's "Today" show that the group's 20-year reunion tour has the original five heartthrobs traveling in separate buses, because each has taken his family along this time.

Rapper Young Jeezy's Saturday appearance at the James L. Knight Center has been canceled, but Toni Braxton is still on at that venue for Thursday night. ($54.50-$169.75, Ticketmaster.com

Singer Bruno Mars is set to perform Friday at the AmericanAirlines Arena. ($54.20-$143.70, Ticketmaster.com The Miami concert will be the pop star's last date stateside for some time. He's taking his retro flair to Europe and Australia to continue the tour through 2014.

On Miami Beach, the nightclub Story will host house-music DJ David Guetta on Friday night.($75-$175 plus fees, StoryMiami.com


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And on Saturday, Revolution Live will host Florida rock band We the Kings. After being nominated for a Teen Choice Award for its single with Demi Lovato, "Choice Hook Up," and winning an MTV Music Award for the 2011 song "Say You Like Me," the pop-punk group is working on a new album.