'NSYNC Announce Full Itinerary For Stadium Tour

Boy band will play 39 dates in 36 cities, starting May 12 in Miami.

After teasing fans for weeks by revealing only a few tour dates at a time, 'NSYNC finally announced the complete itinerary for their first-ever full stadium tour.

Kicking off the tour with a previously announced show on May 12 at Miami's Pro Player Stadium, the boy band will play 39 shows in 36 cities, including two dates each in Hershey, Pennsylvania; Foxboro, Massachusetts; and East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Also, 'NSYNC will induct Michael Jackson into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 19, in a ceremony that will be televised on VH1 on March 21, according to Jive Records. (MTV.com's parent company, Viacom, also owns VH1.)

The group will release their fourth album in June.

'NSYNC tour dates, according to Jive Records and SFX:

  • 5/12 - Miami, FL @ Pro Player Stadium

  • 5/15 - Tampa, FL @ Tropicana Field

  • 5/18 - Jacksonville, FL @ Alltel Stadium

  • 5/20 - Jackson, MS @ Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium

  • 5/22 - Charlotte, NC @ TBA

  • 5/24 - Atlanta, GA @ Georgia Dome

  • 5/26 - Hershey, PA @ Hershey Park Stadium

  • 5/28 - Hershey, PA @ Hershey Park Stadium

  • 5/31 - Foxboro, MA @ Foxboro Stadium

  • 6/1 - Foxboro, MA @ Foxboro Stadium

  • 6/3 - East Rutherford, NJ @ Giants Stadium

  • 6/4 - East Rutherford, NJ @ Giants Stadium

  • 6/6 - Cincinnati, OH @ Cynergy Field

  • 6/10 - Buffalo, NY @ Ralph Wilson Stadium

  • 6/12 - Philadelphia, PA @ Veterans Stadium

  • 6/16 - Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

  • 6/19 - Toronto, ON @ Sky Dome

  • 6/22 - Cleveland, OH @ Browns Stadium

  • 6/24 - Minneapolis, MN @ Metrodome

  • 6/26 - Green Bay, WI @ Lambeau Field

  • 6/29 - Pontiac, MI @ Silverdome

  • 7/2 - St. Louis, MO @ Trans World Dome

  • 7/4 - Little Rock, AR @ War Memorial Stadium

  • 7/6 - Houston, TX @ Reliant Astrodome

  • 7/8 - Dallas, TX @ Texas Stadium

  • 7/10 - Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium

  • 7/13 - Denver, CO @ Mile High Stadium

  • 7/16 - San Diego, CA @ Qualcomm Stadium

  • 7/18 - Scottsdale, AZ @ Bank One Ballpark

  • 7/21 - Oakland, CA @ Network Associates Coliseum

  • 7/24 - Pasadena, CA @ Rose Bowl

  • 7/27 - Las Vegas, NV @ Sam Boyd Stadium

  • 7/31 - Las Cruces, NM @ Aggie Memorial Stadium

  • 8/5 - San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome

  • 8/7 - Birmingham, AL @ Legion Field

  • 8/10 - Louisville, KY @ Cardinal Stadium

  • 8/13 - Washington, DC @ RFK Stadium

  • 8/16 - Indianapolis, IN @ RCA Dome

  • 8/18 - Memphis, TN @ Liberty Bowl Stadium