Road Warriors 14

After releasing their long-anticipated sophomore effort, It Won’t Be Soon Before Long, Maroon 5 will play six intimate dates….meaning, in smaller venues. Fan club members will have first crack at buying tickets, and the remainder will go on sale tomorrow. Here are the dates:

May 30th – Axis – Boston, Massachusetts
June 1st – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, California
June 2nd – Troubadour – Los Angeles, California
June 7th – Fine Line – Minneapolis, Minnesota
June 9th – Studio A – Miami, Florida
June 11th – Bowery Ballroom – New York, New York (This show is 16 and over)

Since Scottish rockers The View have had numerous immigration problems, and have had to cancel their last two trips to the States, they are playing at one of the UK’s biggest festivals and inviting their American fans to come see them. The show will be part of the T In The Park festival July 6-8 along with Snow Patrol, The Arcade Fire and The Killers. Columbia Records is giving one lucky fan the trip of a lifetime to see The View at the fest.

“Good Morning America” has announced its summer concert series, beginning May 18 with country powerhouse band Rascal Flatts. Other acts will be Fergie, Daughtry, Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus, Norah Jones and John Mayer. Shows will be at New York’s Bryant Park and will air live on the TV show.

Speaking of Norah Jones, she has added a second leg to her upcoming tour after performing at the 60th Cannes Film Festival. Here are the full range of tour dates:

6/01/07 – Morrison, Colorado – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
6/04/07 – Kansas City, Missouri – Kansas City Music Hall
6/05/07 – Omaha, Nebraska – Orpheum Theater
6/07/07 – Little Rock, Arkansas – Robinson Center Hall
6/08/07 – Memphis, Tennessee – Mud Island Amphitheatre
6/09/07 – Tulsa, Oklahoma – Tulsa Performing Arts Center
6/11/07 – Grand Prairie, Texas – Nokia Theatre At Grand Prairie
6/12/07 – Houston, Texas – Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
6/15/07 – Austin, Texas – The Backyard
6/16/07 – San Antonio, Texas –Majestic Theatre
6/18/07 – Phoenix, Arizona – Dodge Theatre
6/19/07 – San Diego, California – Embarcadero Marina Park
6/21/07 – Los Angeles, California – Greek Theatre
6/22/07 – Santa Barbara, California – Santa Barbara Bowl
6/23/07 – Berkeley, California – Greek Theatre
6/25/07 – Saratoga, California – The Mountain Winery
6/28/07 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Orpheum
6/29/07 – Seattle, Washington – Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
6/30/07 – Portland, Oregon – Arlene Schnitzer Hall

Pop icon Fergie has announced her 20-date Verizon VIP Tour and instead of paper tickets, fans have to use cell-phone photo messages earned by downloading Fergie songs or content on V-Cast phones. Here are the confirmed dates:

Monday, May 21st – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Byham Theatre
Tuesday, May 22nd – Indianapolis, Indiana – Egyptian Room
Wednesday, May 23rd – Cleveland, Ohio – House of Blues
Saturday, May 26th – Atlantic City, New Jersey – House of Blues
Monday, May 28th – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Electric Factory
Friday, June 1st – Clearwater, Florida – Ruth Eckerd Hall
Saturday, June 2nd – Atlanta, Georgia – Tabernacle
Tuesday, June 5th – Houston, Texas – Verizon Wireless Theatre
Wednesday, June 6th – Dallas, Texas – House of Blues
Sunday, June 10th Chicago, Illinois – House of Blues
Monday, June 11th – St. Louis, Missouri – Pageant
Wednesday, June 13th – Detroit, Michigan – State Theatre
Tuesday, June 19th – Boston, Massachusetts – Avalon
Thursday, June 21st – New York, New York – Roseland
Tuesday, July 17th – Anaheim, California – House of Blues
Wednesday, July 18th – Los Angeles, California – Wiltern Theatre
Thursday, July 19th – Phoenix, Arizona – Dodge Theatre
Sunday, July 22nd – Denver, Colorado – Fillmore
Tuesday, July 24th – Portland, Oregon – Crystal Ballroom

Punk/Ska heroes Reel Big Fish will hit the road with co-headliners Less Than Jake this summer following the release of their new album, Monkeys For Nothin’ And The Chimps For Free. Here are the confirmed shows:

Jul 3 2007 Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theatre Kansas City, Missouri
Jul 4 2007 Milwaukee, WI @ Milwaukee Summerfest Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Jul 5 2007 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, Michigan
Jul 6 2007 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection Grand Rapids, Michigan
Jul 7 2007 Buffalo, NY @ The Town Ballroom Buffalo, New York
Jul 8 2007 Quebec City, QC Festival D’Ete Quebec City, Quebec
Jul 10 2007 Clifton Park, NY @ Northern Lights Clifton Park, New York
Jul 11 2007 Providence, RI @ Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel Providence, Rhode Island
Jul 12 2007 Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino Hampton Beach, New Hampshire
Jul 13 2007 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jul 14 2007 Baltimore, MD @ Ram Heads Live Baltimore, Maryland
Jul 15 2007 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom Sayreville, New Jersey
Jul 17 2007 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock Cafe Allentown, Pennsylvania
Jul 18 2007 Boston, MA @ Avalon Boston, Massachusetts
Jul 19 2007 New York, NY @ Roseland Ballroom New York, New York
Jul 20 2007 Norfolk, VA @ The Norva Norfolk, Virginia
Jul 21 2007 Richmond, VA @ Toad’s Place Richmond Richmond, Virginia
Jul 23 2007 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Ft. Lauderdale
Jul 24 2007 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Landing St. Petersburg, Florida
Jul 25 2007 Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live Orlando, Florida
Jul 27 2007 Houston, TX @ Meridian Houston, Texas
Jul 28 2007 Corpus Christi, TX @ The Pavillion @ Concrete Street Corpus Christi, Texas
Jul 29 2007 Dallas, TX @ The Palladium Ballroom Dallas, Texas
Jul 31 2007 Anaheim, CA @ The Grove Anaheim, California
Aug 2 2007 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern Los Angeles, California
Aug 3 2007 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues San Diego, California
Aug 4 2007 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre Tempe, Arizona
Aug 5 2007 Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues Las Vegas, Nevada
Aug 6 2007 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Great Salt Air Salt Lake City, Utah
Aug 7 2007 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre Denver, Colorado
Aug 9 2007 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, Oklahoma
Aug 10 2007 St Louis, MO @ The Pageant St Louis, Missouri
Aug 11 2007 Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium Omaha, Nebraska
Aug 12 2007 Sioux Falls, SD @ Rankota Exhibit Hall Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Aug 14 2007 Minneapolis, MN @ The Myth Minneapolis, Minnesota
Aug 15 2007 Chicago, IL Congress Theater Chicago, Illinois
Aug 16 2007 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre Cleveland, Ohio
Aug 17 2007 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug 18 2007 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall Columbus, Ohio
Aug 19 2007 Rochester, NY Water St. Music Hall / Club Rochester, New York

UK band Snow Patrol will return to the States this summer, including a slot at Lollapalooza in August. The band recently placed a song on the “Spiderman 3” soundtrack and will be part of the Live Earth Concerts on July 7. Meanwhile, here are the US dates:

Jul 17 Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl
Jul 18 Pheonix, AZ @Dodge Theatre
Jul 19 Las Vegas, NV @ The Pearl Concert Theatre
Jul 22 Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
Jul 23 Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
Jul 30 Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug 01 Oklahoma City, OK @ Zoo Theatre
Aug 02 Kansas City, KS @ Kansas City Memorial Hall
Aug 03 Indianapolis, IN @ The Lawn at White River State Park
Aug 04 Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza 2007
Aug 06 Sterling Heights, MI @ Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
Aug 07 Toronto, ON @ Molson Amphitheatre

They combine reggae, ska, dub and rock into a style uniquely their own, and now Bedouin Soundclash is about to open themselves up to new audiences as they support O.A.R. on tour this summer. Dates begin June 13 and are as follows:

13-June Anaheim, CA HOUSE OF BLUES – ANAHEIM
14-June Los Angeles, CA WILTERN THEATRE
15-June San Diego, CA SAN DIEGO STATE OPEN AIR THEATRE
16-June San Francisco, CA WARFIELD THEATRE
18-June Eugene, OR MCDONALD THEATRE
19-June Spokane, WA BIG EASY CONCERT HOUSE – SPOKANE, WA
12-June Redmond, WA MARYMOOR THEATRE
23-June Portland, OR ROSELAND THEATRE

  

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