Pop Odyssey Tour - Broadcasts and Recordings

Broadcasts and Recordings

Promotional concerts setlist
Atlantis Winter Olympics
  • "It's Gonna Be Me"
  • "Pop"
  • Medley:
    • "Tearin' Up My Heart"
    • "I Want You Back"
  • "Up Against the Wall"
  • Medley :
    • "Stand by Me"
    • "Fire and Rain"
    • "Lean on Me"
  • "Girlfriend"
  • "This I Promise You"
  • "Gone"
  • "Angel Boy"
  • "Bye Bye Bye"
  • "Pop"
  • Medley:
    • "Tearin' Up My Heart"
    • "I Want You Back"
  • "(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You"
  • "It's Gonna Be Me"
  • "This I Promise You"
  • "No Strings Attached"
  • "Thinking of You (I Drive Myself Crazy)"
  • "Gone"
  • "Bye Bye Bye"

The tour was documented for video during the concert at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. Bandmember JC Chasez mentioned the band chose to film at that venue because rehearsals were held at that facility. The VHS, entitled "*NSYNC: PopOdyssey Live", was released on November 21, 2001. A DVD edition was released on April 23, 2002. The DVD featured the entire concert along with special features, which included: interviews with each bandmember, photo gallery, profile of each musician, web links and a documentary. A special intro video was made for the video release to explain the meaning of the tour name. The original video shown at the beginning of each concert was made available as a special feature. For the second leg of their tour, the concert at the TD Waterhouse Centre was filmed for a possible DVD release. However, the footage was deemed "unusable" and not released. Bootleg DVDs were sold on eBay in 2003 with ameuter footage of the concert in Anaheim. A professionally filmed video montage appeared on YouTube in 2006.


Before the group began the second leg of the tour, they performed a few promotional concerts that aired on television. The first was a CBS Thanksgiving special entitled "*NSYNC: The Atlantis Concert". The show was filmed at the Atlantis Paradise Island on November 14 and 15, 2001. The concert was exclusive to guest of the hotel and featured duets with country recording artist, Tim McGraw. The special aired on November 23, 2001 along side The Rugrats Movie. This concert was followed with another promotional performance. To celebrate the 2002 Winter Olympics, the band was one of the headlining performers for the "Olympic Celebration Concert Series". The concert was filmed at the Olympic Medals Plaza on February 23, 2002. The concert aired live on NBC.

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