Hot on the heels of their Olympic wins, the United States’ greatest gymnasts will head home from China for a 34-city sports and music...

Hot on the heels of their Olympic wins, the United States’ greatest gymnasts will head home from China for a 34-city sports and music tour.

The Tour of Gymnastics Superstars kicks off on September 7 in Reno, NV, and ends November 16 in Kansas City, MO. The nationwide trek pairs gymnastics routines with live music provided by some of Disney’s biggest tween stars.

2008 All-Around gold medalist and nine-time World Championship medalist Nastia Liukin, reigning World Champion and 2008 All-Around silver medalist Shawn Johnson, 2005 All-Around World Champion Chellsie Memmel and Olympic medalist Morgan Hamm will join Paul Hamm, Shannon Miller, Blaine Wilson and the rest of the U.S. gymnastics team for The 2008 Tour of Gymnastics Superstars.

In addition to athletic routines, the show will feature songs from the Walt Disney Records’ “Disney Girlz Rock 2” CD and live performances from teen singers Jordan Pruitt and KSM.

The 2008 Tour of Gymnastics Superstars itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

September 7Reno, NVLawlor Events Center
September 19Phoenix, AZUS Airways Center
September 20Anaheim, CAHonda Center
September 21San Jose, CAHP Pavilion
September 24Sacramento, CAARCO Arena
September 26Portland, ORRose Garden Arena
September 27Tacoma, WATacoma Dome
September 28Spokane, WASpokane Arena
October 3Salt Lake City, UTEnergySolutions Arena
October 4Broomfield, COEvent Center
October 5Colorado Springs, COWorld Arena
October 9Tulsa, OKBOK Center
October 10Houston, TXToyota Center
October 11Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center
October 12North Little Rock, ARAlltel Arena
October 15Rosemont, ILAllstate Arena
October 16Nashville, TNSommet Center
October 19Raleigh, NCRBC Center
October 23Philadelphia, PAWachovia Center
October 24University Park, PABryce Jordan Center
October 25East Rutherford, NJIzod Center
October 26Boston, MATD Banknorth Garden
October 29Bridgeport, CTArena at Harbor Yard
October 30Washington, DCVerizon Center
November 1Columbus, OHSchottenstein Center
November 2Detroit, MIJoe Louis Arena
November 6Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
November 7East Lansing, MIBreslin Center
November 8Rockford, ILMetroCentre
November 9Saint Paul, MNXcel Energy Center
November 13Milwaukee, WIBradley Center
November 14Des Moines, IAWells Fargo Arena
November 15St. Louis, MOScottrade Center
November 16Kansas City, MOSprint Center

Last Updated on August 15, 2008 by By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner