The 90s and 80s are not over in Delaware as over 5,000 screaming fans packed the Grandstand at the state fair on Sunday to watch New Kids On The Block perform.

The 90s and 80s are not over in Delaware as over 5,000 screaming fans packed the Grandstand at the state fair on Sunday to watch New Kids On The Block perform.

The boy band sensation responsible for hit songs such as, “You Got It (The Right Stuff),” and “Step by Step,” and “Hangin’ Tough,” energized the fans and brought back memories.

The five original band members have remained together though they took a break from performing in 1994. The group began touring again in 2008 and has remained active since.

“What’s up Delaware?!” shouted Donnie Wahlberg at the crowd as he greeted fans from behind the metal fence at the front of the stage. “Are you enjoying the fair?!” he asked.

Fans held their smartphones to photograph and video the event as they yelled out band member names and begged for their attention.

Despite New Kids On The Block’s fame the event did not sell out, according to State Fair officials. Ticket prices ranged from $59 at the Grandstand to $125 at the pit – which was packed to max capacity.

Band members opened their act with “Block Party” a song they released in 2013. They moved from one end of the stage to the other as they danced to make sure all fans were able to catch a glimpse of them.

Their second song was one everyone knew the lyrics to – “You Got It (The Right Stuff).” The performance lasted several minutes and gave fans the chance to sign along.

Band members seemed to be having fun while they performed. Donnie, Jordan, Danny, and Joey didn’t break a sweat as they engaged in their dance routines, but 46-year-old Jonathan looked a bit about of breath at times, trying to catch up with the rest of the group.

After the fourth song, the group disappeared for a few minutes to change clothes. They re-appeared wearing ties and jackets to perform romantic ballads, before switching once again to singing more pop songs.

For a photo gallery on the night's performance and the fans, go here.