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New Kids on the Block’s Donnie Wahlberg dances his way through Hersheypark

Steven Adams
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Donnie Wahlberg via Instagram
New Kids On The Block member Donnie Wahlberg grabbed a friend Saturday afternoon and cut a jig through Hersheypark a few hours prior to the band’s show.

One way to unwind before performing your hits in an amusement park is to dance along to the beat of a passing band.

New Kids On The Block member Donnie Wahlberg grabbed a friend Saturday afternoon and cut a jig through Hersheypark a few hours prior to the band’s show.

Wahlberg’s Instagram video shows the pair improvising some moves behind a marching band.

Wahlberg captioned the post, “Happy Times at @hersheypark with @kevllama! Who doesn’t love a band?! Now bring on the fireworks, confetti and rain!!!!! #MixTapeTour”

Twitter user @Carolina2676 earlier shared a clip of Wahlberg in the front seat of a Hersheypark roller coaster.

New Kids On The Block brought their Mixtape Tour to Hersheypark Stadium Saturday night. It looks like the show was a success despite a little rain.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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