'N Sync Go "Pop"

By | May 10, 2001 at 12:00 AM

While ‘N Sync’s third album, Celebrity, won’t be released until July 24th (long after their tour is underway), fans can get a taste of the first single tomorrow. MTV will preview the song “Pop” during Total Request Live, five days before it hits airwaves officially, and on May 28th the network will premiere the video.

“Pop” was co-written and co-produced by Justin Timberlake and Wade Robson. JC Chasez also has songwriting and producing credits on several Celebrity tracks. And, true to its title, the album is loaded with big-name producers, from Rodney Jerkins ( Michael Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Backstreet Boys) to the Neptunes (Mystikal, No Doubt, Ol’ Dirty Bastard). R&B crooner Brian McKnight makes a guest appearance on the record.

‘N Sync’s summer tour kicks off on May 23rd in Jacksonville, Florida, and winds down August 24th in Jackson, Mississippi.

*NSYNC 2001 POPODYSSEY TOUR DATES:

  • May 23 Alltel Stadium Jacksonville, FL
  • May 26 Hershey Park Stadium Hershey, PA
  • May 28 Hershey Park Stadium Hershey, PA
  • May 31 Foxboro Stadium Foxboro, MA
  • June 1 Foxboro Stadium Foxboro, MA
  • June 3 Giants Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
  • June 4 Giants Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
  • June 5 Giants Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
  • June 8 Cynergy Field Cincinnati, Ohio
  • June 10 Ralph Wilson Stadium Buffalo, NY
  • June 13 Veteran’s Stadium Philadelphia, PA
  • June 16 Soldier’s Field Chicago, IL
  • June 17 Soldier’s Field Chicago, IL
  • June 19 Sky Dome Toronto, ONT
  • June 21 Brown’s Stadium Cleveland, OH
  • June 22 Brown’s Stadium Cleveland, OH
  • June 24 Metrodome Minneapolis, MN
  • June 26 Miller Park Milwaukee, WI
  • June 29 Comerica Park Detroit, MI
  • June 30 Comerica Park Detroit, MI
  • July 2 Trans World Dome St. Louis, MO
  • July 4 War Memorial Stadium Little Rock, AR
  • July 6 Reliant Astrodome Houston, TX
  • July 8 Texas Stadium Dallas, TX
  • July 10 Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, MO
  • July 13 Mile High Stadium Denver, CO
  • July 16 Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, CA
  • July 18 Bank One Ballpark Phoenix, AZ
  • July 21 Network Associates Coliseum Oakland, CA
  • July 22 Network Associates Coliseum Oakland, CA
  • July 24 Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA
  • July 27 Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas, NV
  • July 31 Raymond James Stadium Tampa, FL
  • August 2 Pro Player Stadium Miami, FL
  • August 5 Alamodome San Antonio, TX
  • August 7 Legion Field Birmingham, AL
  • August 9 Cardinal Stadium Louisville, KY
  • August 11 Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA
  • August 13 RFK Stadium Washington, DC
  • August 16 RCA Dome Indianapolis, IN
  • August 18 Steeler Stadium Pittsburgh, PA
  • August 22 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, LA
  • August 24 Mississippi Veterans Memorial Jackson, MS

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