Legendary boy band *NSYNC thrilled fans in 2013 with an explosive reunion performance at the MTV VMAs, putting a full-out reunion tour at the top of every fan's wish list. With their four massive concert tours between 1997-2002, *NSYNC filled stadiums with their killer combination of buttery smooth harmonies and intricate choreography that only they can do so well. Ticket buyers can only hope that a 10-year absence will bring a new perspective on their pop classics as well as the exciting potential of new compositions.
The charismatic quintet formed in 1995 under the direction of manager Lou Pearlman, the mastermind behind a similar group, The Backstreet Boys. After first breaking through in Europe, they caught the attention of RCA Records and set their sights on the US, releasing such hits as "Tearin' Up My Heart" and their first Top-10 single "God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You." Anticipation was so high for their sophomore album, No Strings Attached, that it remains the only album in Soundscan history to sell over two million copies in a single week. It contains their No. 1 single "It's Gonna Be Me." Not stopping there, their third album, Celebrity, was released only a little over a year later and managed to sell a lofty 1.8 million copies in its first week, allowing *NSYNC to occupy the fist and second slots on the list of best first week sales ever, where they remain today. With a sexy edge that no other boy band has been able to emulate and with each of its members finding success outside the group, *NSYNC remains a tremendous pop force with fans clamoring for their return to arenas nationwide.