*NSYNC Celebrity In Stores July 24

By | May 9, 2001 at 12:00 AM

On July 24 Jive Recording artist *NSYNC will release Celebrity the follow up to their Diamond certified Jive debut album No Strings Attached. The first single “Pop” will be available via satellite on May 15 at 7:00 PM ET via the DG system. On May 28 MTV’s Making The Video will debut the video.

“Pop” was co-written by Justin Timberlake and Wade Robson and co-produced by BT, Justin Timberlake and Wade Robson.

Celebrity has tracks written and/or produced by Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Max Martin, Rodney Jerkins, The Neptunes, Brian McKnight and Wade Robson.

* NSYNC will perform “Pop” on The Rosie O’Donnell Show (6/5), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, (7/23) and The Today Show (8/20). In addition, MTV will preview “Pop,” on TRL (5/10) and MTV will air an *NSYNC weekend on July 21 and 22.

*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