'NSYNC Parties, Lines Up Tour

As their new album, "No Strings Attached," lands in record stores this week, the men of 'NSYNC partied hard to mark the occasion and will soon take the celebration out on the road.

The group marked the release of the new album with a high-visibility day that saw 'NSYNC wreak havoc on traffic with a visit to the Virgin Megastore in New York's Times Square. While in the neighborhood, the group also popped across the street for a visit to MTV's studios and an appearance on "Total Request Live."

After doing their publicity duties, the 'NSYNCers headed to a midtown Manhattan hot spot on Tuesday night to celebrate the album's release. Luther Vandross, TLC's Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes (who appears on the album), supermodel-turned-actress Rachel Hunter, and a throng of clowns and mimes were among those in attendance as the group rang in the arrival of "No Strings Attached."

'NSYNC will keep the party rolling with a U.S. tour that kicks off in early May and runs throughout

the summer. The boy band released a tour itinerary on its official Web site (at www.nsync.com), and the group revealed on "TRL" on Tuesday that Destiny's Child would be the opening act for the tour.

If you want to catch 'NSYNC, here's where to look:

  • 5/9 - Biloxi, MS @ Mississippi Coast Coliseum
  • 5/10 - Little Rock, AR @ ALLTEL Arena
  • 5/11 - Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
  • 5/12 - Memphis, TN @ The Pyramid
  • 5/14 - Nashville, TN @ Adelphia Coliseum
  • 5/16 - Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Center
  • 5/17 - Raleigh, NC @ Entertainment & Sports Arena
  • 5/18 - Atlanta, GA @ Phillips Arena
  • 5/21 - Orlando, FL @ Orlando Arena
  • 5/22 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ National Car Rental Center
  • 5/24 - Tampa, FL @ Ice Palace
  • 5/27 - New Orleans, LA @ Superdome
  • 5/29 - Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
  • 5/30 - Houston, TX @ Compaq Center
  • 6/1 - San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome
  • 6/2 - Dallas,

    TX @ Reunion Arena

  • 6/5 - Phoenix, AZ @ America West Arena
  • 6/7 - San Diego, CA @ Sports Arena
  • 6/9 - Pasadena, CA @ Rose Bowl
  • 6/11 - Oakland, CA @ Oakland Stadium
  • 6/13 - Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
  • 6/15 - Portland, OR @ Rose Garden
  • 6/17 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Rice Eccles Stadium
  • 6/20 - Denver, CO @ Mile High Stadium
  • 6/22 - Kansas City, MO @ Kemper Arena
  • 6/23 - Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
  • 6/25 - Joliet, IL @ Route 66 Speedway
  • 6/27 - Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
  • 6/28 - St. Louis, MO @ Kiehl Center
  • 6/30 - Cleveland, OH @ Gund Arena
  • 7/2 - Buffalo, NY @ Marine Midland Arena
  • 7/10 - Washington, DC @ RFK Stadium
  • 7/11 - Albany, NY @ Pepsi Center
  • 7/14 - Cincinnati, OH @ Cynergy Field
  • 7/16 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Three Rivers Stadium
  • 7/18 - Pontiac, MI @ Silverdome
  • 7/20 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Spectrum
  • 7/23 - Foxboro, MA @ Foxboro Stadium
  • 7/25 - New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

  • 7/26 - New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
  • 7/30 - Hershey, PA @ HersheyPark Stadium