Teen superstar Aaron Carter has tapped 15-year-old singer Lindsay Pagano and Dream Street as the opening acts for his upcoming 22-date tour, due to launch Jan. 25 in Jacksonville, Fla. The cross-count

Teen superstar Aaron Carter has tapped 15-year-old singer Lindsay Pagano and Dream Street as the opening acts for his upcoming 22-date tour, due to launch Jan. 25 in Jacksonville, Fla. The cross-country jaunt will extend into March, and is currently set to wrap in Las Vegas on March 2.

Last summer, Carter embarked on a major tour with the A*Teens to hype the August release of his Jive album, "Oh Aaron." The set, his second, debuted at No. 7 on The Billboard 200, and is now approaching the 1 million sales mark in the U.S., according to SoundScan. Carter's latest single, "Leave It Up to Me," can be found on the Nickelodeon/Jive soundtrack to "Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius," which is currently at No. 96 on The Billboard 200.

Last month, Pagano released her debut Warner Bros. album, "Love & Faith & Inspiration," on which she covers Paul McCartney's "So Bad." New York boy band Dream Street is touring in support of its self-titled debut Edel set.

As reported yesterday, Carter's older Backstreet Boy brother Nick was arrested in Tampa, Fla., for failure to leave a nightclub after police ordered him out when he refused to cease an argument with a woman.

Here are Aaron Carter's tour dates:

Jan. 25: Jacksonville, Fla. (Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
Jan. 27: Trenton, N.J. (Sovereign Bank Arena)
Jan. 29: Albany, N.Y. (Pepsi Arena)
Jan. 30: Fairfax, Va. (Patriot Center)
Jan. 31: Pittsburgh (A.J. Palumbo Center)
Feb. 1: Reading, Pa. (Sovereign Center)
Feb. 2: Wallingford, Conn. (Oakdale Theatre)
Feb. 4: Providence, R.I. (Dunkin Donuts Civic Center)
Feb. 5: Lowell, Mass. (Tsongas Arena)
Feb. 6: Rochester, N.Y. (Blue Cross Arena)
Feb. 8: Rosemont, Ill. (Allstate Arena)
Feb. 10: Minneapolis (Target Center)
Feb. 12: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena)
Feb. 13: Auburn Hills, Mich. (Palace of Auburn Hills)
Feb. 14: Peoria, Ill. (Civic Center Arena)
Feb. 17: Little Rock, Ark. (Alltel Arena)
Feb. 19: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Feb. 22: San Jose, Calif. (Compaq Center)
Feb. 23: Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond)
Feb. 24: San Diego (San Diego Sports Arena)
March 1: Salt Lake City (Delta Center)
March 2: Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay)