The Magic Summer Tour was a 1990–1991 concert tour by New Kids on the Block to promote their 1990 album Step by Step. Covering one hundred cities in North America and Europe, the tour lasted from April 1990 to September 15, 1991. It was sponsored by Coca-Cola and tied into its "Magic Summer '90" campaign that included the infamous MagiCan flop. At the time, it was the second-highest-grossing tour ever in North America, behind only The Rolling Stones's 1989 Steel Wheels Tour. When the tour continued into 1991, it was retitled the No More Games Tour to capitalize on the release of the group's No More Games/The Remix Album.
During an encore performance of "Hangin' Tough" at the end of the second concert held at Saratoga Springs on June 25, Donnie Wahlberg fell through a trapdoor while jumping off a raised platform. He received scrapes and bruises to his chest, neck and arms. After being hospitalized for a night, he spent a week recuperating, and the rest of the band continued the next few concerts as a four-piece act.