Opener(s): 3rd Storee, Sugar Hill Gang, Jordan Knight
Here We Go
You Got It
For The Girl Who Has Everything
That Thing You Do
Jackson 5 Medley
Crazy for You
I Drive Myself Crazy
I Just Wanna Be With You
God Must Have Spent a Little More Time On You
I Want You Back
Tearing Up My Heart
Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now
I’m actually reading my old review from just after the show to refresh my memory. I’m not quite brave enough to post THAT review haha but there were 2nd stages and apparently Michael Africk and INOJ played on the side stage. I do not have any recollection of this whatsoever, nor do I know who they are so they must have gone quite far… The Rosie O’Donnell show was also a big deal back in 1999 and she had a kid named Colin on a lot. I thought I saw him outside before the show and my mom told me it wasn’t him – and then he ended up on stage later and it was him. I was not at all interested in the opening acts (I guess some things will never change) until Jordan Knight performed. We were on the lawn so we didn’t have all that great of a view and after the show we went by where the buses were leaving and I am pretty sure Chris looked out the window at us. (In fact years later I am still pretty sure that was Chris.)
Where Are They Now:
3rd Storee- They released a 2nd album in 2002 but didn’t seem to do much after that.
Sugar Hill Gang – According to Wikipedia, they were no longer active after 2007.
Jordan Knight – reunited with NKOTB in 2008, working on a solo effort Nick and Knight with Nick Carter of the backstreet boys
NSYNC – on indefinite hiatus, though briefly reunited last summer for the VMAs.