Monday, April 30, 2012

My Morning Jacket Announce August Tour Dates
With Very Special Guests Band Of Horses
St. Louis Show Date Announced!  
August 8th Live at Peabody Opera House
Tickets on sale this Friday, May 4 at 11am

“We are delighted to be sharing the stage with pals in Band Of Horses.  We danced a beautiful dance together at Madison Square Garden and there is a
 lot of love between our camps. It's gonna be a good old-tyme thrill ride!" - Jim James
Click HERE to download "Wonderful (The Way I Feel)" live from MSG featuring Ben Bridwell (Band Of Horses)
Shortly after completing their back to back tours in Japan and Australia , My Morning Jacket are taking their celebrated, exhilarating live show back on the road this August with the announcement of their North American tour, with Band Of Horses in support. 
Since their sold out Madison Square show to end off 2011, they've played a triumphant performance at the Independent Spirit Awards in February and shared the stage with Preservation Hall Jazz Band commemorating their 50th Anniversary at Carnegie Hall.  Jim James also completed a tour with New Multitudes (Jay Farrer, Will Johnson and Anders Parker) in promotion of their album honoring Woody Guthrie.  Additionally, the band has been busy curating the Forecastle Festival for the festival's 10th Anniversary, where they will conjointly be headlining the event along with Wilco and Basnectar.
The band are showing no signs of slowing down in the months surrounding their tour.  My Morning Jacket will be contributing to John Fogerty's new album, Wrote a Song for Everyone, which will be released this fall.  In the month of June, they will complete a European tour making stops in Spain , The Netherlands, Denmark , Germany , Norway , Sweden , Belgium and the United Kingdom .  The band will also be headlining this year's Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis , Tennessee and Newport , Rhode Island 's Newport Folk Festival, as well as performing at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival next month.
Commencing their tour in Denver , Colorado at Red Rocks on August 3rd and 4th, My Morning Jacket will be recording both performances and offering them as complimentary downloads to all ticket holders for those shows.  Both My Morning Jacket and Band Of Horses are enthusiastic of hitting the road for the month long tour.  "YES! We're touring with the incredible My Morning Jacket!” says lead singer Ben Bridwell.  “So psyched to hit the road with our buddies and (hopefully) warm you all up for the greatest band going."
My Morning Jacket North American Tour Dates
% = $1 from each ticket will be donated to the local charity listed
* = with Band Of Horses
^ = with Trombone Shorty
+ = with Trampled By Turtles
# = with Shabazz Palaces
5/04:  Memphis , TN @ Beale Street Music Festival
5/05:  New Orleans , LA @ New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
07/13:  Louisville , KY @ Forecastle Festival
07/14:  Louisville , KY @ Forecastle Festival (performance)
07/15:  Louisville , KY @ Forecastle Festival
07/28:  Newport , RI @ Newport Folk Festival
8/03:  Denver , CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre^*% (
8/04: Denver , CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre^*% (Platteforum)
8/06:  Kansas City , MO @ Starlight Theatre*% (Operation Breakthrough)
8/07:  Lincoln , NE @ Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater*% (Community Corps)
8/08:  St. Louis , MO @ Peabody Opera House*% (Safe Connections)
8/10:  Minneapolis , MN @ Somerset Amphitheater+*% (Free Arts and The Current Public Radio)
8/12:  Columbus , OH @ LC Pavilion*% (Franklinton Gardens and Wexner Center For the Arts)
8/14:  Detroit , MI @ Meadow Brook*% (Do Foundation)
8/15:  Toronto , ON @ Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre*
8/17:  Philadelphia , PA @ Mann Center for the Performing Arts*% (Urban Blazers)
8/18:  Washington , DC @ Merriweather Post Pavilion*% (826DC)
8/19:  Brooklyn , NY @ Williamsburg Park #% (Sy's Fund)
8/21:  Pittsburgh , PA @ Stage AE*% (Gateway To The Arts)
8/22:  Chicago , IL @ Pritzker Pavilion*% (Advanced Art Education Program at Gallery 37)
8/24:  Atlanta , GA @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre*% (West Atlanta Watershed Alliance)
8/25:  Charlotte , NC @ Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheater*% (Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation)
8/26:  Raleigh , NC @ Raleigh Amphitheater*% (Charlotte Tree Fund)

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Special Guests:
The Dirty Heads
Plus an addition guest to be announced soon
August 16
Tickets on Sale this Saturday, April 28 at 10am!
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All dates, acts, and ticket prices are subject to change without notice.
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Tuesday, April 24, 2012
In Stores and on iTunes Today, Tuesday, April 24 
U.S. Late Night Debut Performance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tonight
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Four-piece rhythm and blues band Vintage Trouble celebrate the release their first U.S. album, The Bomb Shelter Sessions, today, Tuesday, April 24 with their U.S. late night debut on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11 p.m. CT/ 12 a.m. ET. After performing over 80 shows throughout the U.K./Europe with iconic acts like Bon Jovi and Brian May and experiencing a No. 6 debut on the iTunes Album Chart in the U.K. with the European release of The Bomb Shelter Sessions, the band has brought their music stateside with a supporting summer tour with The Cranberries and dates in Europe with Lenny Kravitz. To purchase the album, visit iTunes.
Paste Magazine named "Nancy Lee," from The Bomb Shelter Sessions one of their 25 Best Songs of 2012 (So Far), stating, "Not many bands are looking back to Chuck Berry for inspiration anymore, but Vintage Trouble goes back to rock’s roots, led by one of the most charismatic frontmen I’ve come across in a long time in Ty Taylor."
In celebration of the album release, Vintage Trouble (consisting of members Ty Taylor, Nalle Colt, Richard Danielson and Rick Barrio Dill) will perform their new record in full at their CD Release Party at the El Rey Theatre in their hometown of Los Angeles on Thursday, April 26. Tickets are open to the public and can be purchased by clicking here.
For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, visit

Remembering Earl Scruggs
By Bob Doerschuk
© 2012 CMA Close Up® News Service / Country Music Association®, Inc.
In all of American popular music, Earl Scruggs stands as one of the very few musicians who singularly changed performance practice on their instruments and in the process birthed an entirely new genre. Without him, bluegrass music as we know it would almost certainly never have happened. And countless young players might never have chosen the banjo as their vehicle for creativity.
Prior to Scruggs, the banjo was played through variations of a strumming technique. From the guitar pick approach of New Orleans jazz pioneer Johnny St. Cyr and the clawhammer and frailing patterns of David “Stringbean” Akeman and Uncle Dave Macon, going all the way back to players from before the Civil War whose names are long forgotten, it was treated as a rhythm device mainly to accompany vocals.
That started to change around 1928, when 4-year-old Earl Eugene Scruggs began listening to his brother Junie play banjo at home on the family farm in Flint Hill, N.C. Mother Maybelle Carter soon caught his attention with her “Carter scratch” style, in which she articulated melodies on the low strings of her guitar with her thumb while chording with the rest of her right-hand fingers. This was the seed of what the world now knows as Scruggs’ “three-finger” approach: Rather than strum or frail, he would pluck the strings, often in syncopated arpeggios, which enabled him to expand the instrument’s rhythmic range as well as explore its potential as a solo voice.
People began to notice this new sound when Scruggs joined the Morris Brothers in 1939, taking the place of Don Reno. He left the farm and went full-time into music in 1945 with Lost John Miller and the Allied Kentuckians. They played mainly over WNOX in Knoxville, Tenn., as well as on a weekly program at WSM in Nashville. Jim Shumate heard him on the latter gig and didn’t hesitate to recommend him to Bill Monroe after Stringbean had decided to leave the Blue Grass Boys.
With Monroe from December 1945 through early 1948, Scruggs played the key role in defining the parameters of bluegrass music. His bandmate Lester Flatt tendered his resignation a few weeks later after Scruggs left, and they joined with bassist Howard Watts, aka Cedric Rainwater, to form the first incarnation of the Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys. Named after the Carter Family song “Foggy Mountain Top,” they debuted in January 1948 on WDVA in Danville, Va. By the time they dissolved the group in February 1969, they had made household names of themselves as Flatt & Scruggs and brought the music they’d helped create to fans throughout the world.
Milestones were many during their long run. In 1960, they performed at the Newport Folk Festival for the second time and live on the CBS television special “The Revlon Revue: Folk Sound, USA.” Two years later, they headlined at Carnegie Hall and recorded “The Ballad of Jed Clampett” as the theme for “The Beverly Hillbillies,” which became the first bluegrass single to peak at No. 1 and was nominated for a Grammy. Later, in 1968, they would win a Grammy for Best Country Performance, Duo or Group — Vocal or Instrumental, for their rendition of “Foggy Mountain Breakdown.”
As time passed, creative differences emerged between the longtime partners. Where Flatt adhered to the traditions of bluegrass music and its antecedents, Scruggs stayed open to new possibilities. Shortly after their split, the Earl Scruggs Revue was formed, featuring Earl’s sons Gary and Randy, along with pianist Bob Wilson, drummer Jody Maphis and, later on, a third son, Steve, and fiddler Vassar Clements. Their repertoire embraced contemporary tunes by Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Michael Nesmith, and ingeniously blended elements of bluegrass, Country and rock. Its members joined Arlo Guthrie, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Linda Ronstadt and others on Scruggs’ 1972 album I Saw the Light with a Little Help from My Friends, which is credited with inspiring the all-star, genre-hopping series of Will the Circle Be Unbroken albums. He even opened the door in Nashville to female executives by choosing his wife, Louise Certain Scruggs, to manage him in 1956.
Scruggs took home three Grammys, for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (“Same Old Train,” from the compilation album A Tribute to Tradition, 1998), Best Country Instrumental Performance (“Foggy Mountain Breakdown,” from Earl Scruggs and Friends, 2001) and Best Country Instrumental Performance (“Earl’s Breakdown,” 2004). He was inducted into CMA’s Country Music Hall of Fame along with Lester Flatt in 1985 and was honored separately with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2003. And in 2008, he received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Hailed by The New York Times as “the Paganini of the five-string banjo,” Scruggs died peacefully in Nashville on March 28.

Earl Scruggs, 1924-2012.

Earl Scruggs, 1924-2012.
Photo Credit: courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum


A Different Devil Tour at the Fox Theatre May 23rd!
St. Louis, MO/April 24, 2012CHICKENFOOT, the super group featuring guitarist Joe Satriani, drummer Kenny Aronoff, former VAN HALEN bassist Michael Anthony and front man Sammy Hagar, will bring their A DIFFERENT DEVIL TOUR with special guest Black Stone Cherry to the Fox Theatre on May 23rd at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now through MetroTix and are $55 & $45.  All prices subject to change. Presented by Fox Concerts and welcomed by KSHE 95.
The band is on tour in continued support of their newest record "Chickenfoot III" (eOne Music/earMUSIC/Edel). Their second hit single, "Different Devil" has hit #13 with a bullet on the Mediabase Mainstream Rock Chart and #5 on the Mediabase Classic Rock Chart.  This will be the bands first full US run since 2009.

In November CHICKENFOOT completed a sold out "Road Test Tour" that took them through San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Chicago and New York with a stop for a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

CHICKENFOOT released "Chickenfoot III" late last year to much critical praise, "It's hard to hate big-boned butt rock from guys clearly making it because they still love the form," says  ROLLING STONE.

BILLBOARD says, “It’s a rare case of a group that’s equal to – or perhaps even greater than – the sum of its parts…this is an album that really wins hearts with its granite thump’n’roll.”

USA TODAY went as far to say that "Chickenfoot III" could be "the beginning of a riff-driven renaissance." The band recently earned a GRAMMY nomination for the “Best Recording Package,” for the creative 3D design.

The first single, “Big Foot,” debuted at #1 on the Mediabase Classic Rock Chart holding the position for 11 weeks. "Chickenfoot III" debuted at #9 on the Billboard Top 100 and follows the band’s 2009 debut album, which debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 100 and was certified gold for sales over 500,000 units by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Tickets for CHICKENFOOT are on sale now at the Fox Theatre box office. To charge by phone call MetroTix at 314/534-1111 or online at
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LOS ANGELES, CA - April 24, 2012 - Ume today announced a run of co-headlining dates with Life and Times. The trek will begin in the band's hometown on June 8th and wind down in Denver, Colorado on June 19th.

Hailing from Austin, Texas, Ume is Lauren Larson (Vocals, Guitar), Eric Larson (Bass), and
Rachel Fuhrer (drums).  The trio's music is one of beautiful juxtapositions: the loud and soft, the aggressive and eerie, buoyant melodies bursting through wall-of-noise dissonance.  Ume explores the artier, heavier side of indie rock, post-punk, and alternative rock.  The band merges soaring fretwork with indelible pop hooks, radiant choruses, and front-woman Lauren Larson's ethereal vocals.

"Distortion-heavy jams invite comparisons to Sonic Youth, but Ume do more headbanging and wailing," Rolling Stone exclaimed while declaring them one of the 16 best, unsigned acts in the country prior to their signing last year. While critics will inevitably clamor for comparisons, Ume is ultimately a beast unto itself.

With Phantoms, their full-length album released in August of 2011 by Modern Outsider Records, Ume harnessed their carefully crafted chaos into ten tracks, capturing the unhinged passion and raw catharsis of their live shows while pushing their ever-evolving sound to impressive new heights. Like a bridge between Black Sabbath and Bat For Lashes, the LP is heavy, anthemic, beautiful and mesmerizing.

Ume has already garnered impressive reviews in the media.   Nylon declared, "this band is ready to break out in a whole new way...A little like fuzzy shoegaze, raw garage rock and irresistible pop all rolled into one fiery package," while Relix proclaimed the music as "heavy rock and ethereal indie pop with deft precision, finding new ground somewhere in between Warpaint, Metric and Mogwai."  Ume recently caught the attention of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain who attended and taped one of the band's many packed shows at SXSW for an upcoming episode of his TV show No Reservations. To quote Bourdain, it was "... a shitload of rawk in a tiny little room."

See them for yourself...
6/2 - 6/3 - Free Press Houston Summerfest - Houston, TX
6/8 - Red 7 - Austin, TX
6/11 - The Rhythm Room - Phoenix, AZ
6/12 - The Satellite - Los Angeles, CA
6/13 - Bottom of the Hill - San Francisco, CA
6/15 - Bunk Bar - Portland, OR
6/16 - Barboza - Seattle, WA
6/18 - Urban Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT
6/19 - The Walnut Room - Denver, CO
7/15 - Bunbury Festival - Cincinnati, OH
Ume - Captive (official music video)
Ume - Captive (Official Music Video)

Jackson Browne Announces Summer 2012 U.S. Acoustic Tour With Special Guest Sara Watkins

LOS ANGELES, April 23, 2012 -- Singer-songwriter Jackson Browne is set to launch his summer 2012 Acoustic Tour with a string of U.S. dates beginning July 14 at the Belk Theater in Charlotte, NC . Playing guitar and piano, Jackson will perform songs from his entire body of work, with varying set lists each night.  Singer-songwriter and fiddle player Sara Watkins will open the Acoustic Tour as a special guest. Tickets go on sale beginning next week; information is available at  
Sara Watkins first gained recognition as a founding member of the GRAMMY-winning trio Nickel Creek. Sun Midnight Sun , the second solo album from acclaimed singer-songwriter, and fiddle player will be released May 8 on Nonesuch Records. Produced by guitarist, singer, and songwriter Blake Mills , co-founder of the band Simon Dawes, the album features special guest appearances by Fiona Apple , Jackson Browne , Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Benmont Tench, and Sean Watkins . "I'm really excited to have Sara joining me on this tour," says Jackson.  "We've played together a number of times in the last few years, sometimes on her show and sometimes mine, and it's always been a thrill for me. I'm floored by her amazing instrumental virtuosity and by her beautiful voice, and most of all, I love her songs."
The tour runs through mid-August, and includes Jackson's first-ever performance at the legendary Newport Folk Festival in Newport, RI (7/29), founded in 1954; the tour's other festival stop is the 11th annual carbon-conscious Floyd Fest on the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Floyd, VA (7/26). Other tour highlights include concerts at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN (7/18), Filene Center at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA (7/23), the Beacon Theatre in New York City (8/3), and Cain Park in Cleveland Heights, OH (8/15)
Jackson will be donating $1 from each ticket sold on the U.S. Acoustic Tour to charity.  In addition, premium benefit seats are available for purchase through The Guacamole Fund:  Pre-sale information and VIP packages are available at
Jackson Browne has written and performed some of the most literate and moving songs in popular music and has defined a genre of songwriting charged with honesty, emotion and personal politics. He was honored with induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004, and the Songwriter's Hall of Fame in 2007. Beyond his music, he is known for his advocacy on behalf of the environment, human rights, and arts education. He's a co-founder of the groups Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE),, and Success Through the Arts Foundation, which provides education opportunities for students in South Los Angeles.
For more information:
Jackson Browne 2012 Acoustic Tour Dates with special guest Sara Watkins:
* Support TBD

Charlotte, NC
Belk Theater of the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
North Charleston, SC
North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Greenville, SC
Peace Center Concert Hall
Nashville, TN
Ryman Auditorium
Richmond, VA
Carpenter Center
Durham, NC
Durham Performing Arts Center
Vienna, VA
Filene Center at Wolf Trap
Philadelphia, PA
Academy of Music
Floyd, VA
Blue Cow Pavilion/Floyd Fest
Newport, RI
Newport Folk Festival
Gilford, NH
Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
Holyoke, MA
Mountain Park
New York, NY
Beacon Theatre
West Long Branch, NJ
MAC Center – Monmouth University
Shippensburg, PA
Luhrs Performing Arts Center
Williamsport, PA
Community Arts Center*
Cincinnati, OH
PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center*
Louisville, KY
Whitney Hall
Indianapolis, IN
Murat Theatre
Cleveland Heights, OH
Cain Park
SOURCE Jackson Browne
 Web Site:
Sam Bush
Saturday, July 7th
Doors 7pm
Show 8pm $22 Advance $25 Day of Show All Ages

Grammy Award winning multi-instrumentalist Sam Bush doesn't seem old enough to be a musical legend. And he's not. But he is. Alternately known as the King of Telluride and the King of Newgrass, Bush has been honored by the Americana Music Association and the International Bluegrass Music Association. But honors are not what drive him. And though Bush is best known for jaw-dropping skills on the mandolin, he is also a three time national junior fiddle champion and Grammy award winning vocalist.

Shannon McNally
Thursday, June 7th
Doors 7pm
Show 8pm $8 Advance $10 Day of Show All Ages

Shannon McNally got her first guitar and JJ Cale album at the age of 12 and never looked back. Combined with the classic rock she grew up listening to – The Allman Brothers, Dr. John and Hendrix – it’s the musical center of gravity she brought to her 2002 Capitol Records debut “Jukebox Sparrow,” gaining notice from Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Leno and Letterman. This decidedly rare approach for a woman drew the same accolades for indie-based Geronimo, helmed by Charlie Sexton. Now, on the self-produced Coldwater, McNally leads her Mississippi-based band, Hot Sauce through the juncture where country and soul music meet – made all the more powerful by the keys of the late, great Jim Dickinson (his last recording).
Lyle Lovett
Saturday, August 25
Tickets on Sale this Friday, April 27 at 10am!
All dates, acts, and ticket prices are subject to change without notice.
Tickets may be subject to fees
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LMFAO Receives Nominations In 17 Categories For The 2012 Billboard Music Awards



SANTA MONICA, Calif.,Last week was a busy one for Party Rock/ recording artists LMFAO who performed their official apology anthem "Sorry For Party Rocking" on American Idol Thursday night in a high octane performance that included a shuffling zebra on stage.  That same day the nominations for the 2012 Billboard Music Awards were released and LMFAO was a finalist in 17 categories (second only to Adele who was a finalist in 18 categories) including Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Duo/Group and Top Pop Artist.  LMFAO will bring the party to Las Vegas when they perform on the 2012 Billboard Music Awards broadcast live from the MGM Grand Arena on May 20th.
If watching them on television doesn't get you shuffling you can catch LMFAO and their party rock anthems on the road starting May 22nd in Columbus, OH when they kick off the Redfoo and Cherrytree Present: Sorry for Party Rocking Tour Featuring LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew and Special Guests Far East Movement, The Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simons, Natalia Kills and Matthew Koma. The Live Nation promoted tour kicks off May 22nd in Columbus, OH at Nationwide Arena.  Tickets are still available at  and A complete itinerary follows this release.
The Sorry for Party Rocking Tour will mark the return to the concert stage of Sky Blu who was sidelined for the past five months when he suffered a severe back injury. The injury forced Sky to miss the remaining Canadian Cherrytree Pop Tour dates, a European run and most recently dates in Asia, but Redfoo and the Party Rock Crew kept the party popping and entertained audiences totaling over 300,000 fans around the globe.  Sky continues to diligently work to put his body back together so he could be well enough to perform 90 minute shows each night when he tours North America this summer. Sky Blu is back May 22nd!  "I am looking forward to getting out on the road and wiggling for all the LMFAO fans. It's been a long road but I'm coming back. I really missed my fans," says Sky Blu.  Adds Redfoo, "It's gonna be amazing to have Sky Blu back in full effect. You can bet we will be taking lots of Shots, Shots, Shots, Shots, Shots, Shots!... to celebrate his return, Yeeeaah baby!"
LMFAO's sophomore album Sorry For Party Rocking was certified gold earlier this year and is quickly approaching platinum. The album has produced two #1 singles, "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy And I Know It." LMFAO's videos combined have seen over 950 million views on VEVO.
LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" has surpassed 13.5 million units in total sales worldwide!  "Party Rock Anthem" was the #2 top selling song of 2011 on iTunes in the U.S. behind Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" and it was the #1 selling song on iTunes in the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden.  Their music has been licensed by movie and television shows, including 20th Century Fox's holiday hit "Chipwrecked," Fox's TV hits "Glee"  and "Touch,"  Universal Pictures' "American Reunion," and the top charting game "Just Dance 3." LMFAO has performed on numerous television shows including Dancing with the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Good Morning America, The American Music Awards and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest and Redfoo and Sky Blu shared the stage with Madonna at the Bridgestone Super Bowl Halftime Show.  
Below is a complete list of dates for Redfoo and Cherrytree Present: Sorry for Party Rocking Tour Featuring LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew and Special Guests.
VIP Packages are available through VIP Nation, including premium seats, exclusive merchandise and more. For more information please visit:
May 22       
Columbus, OH      
Nationwide Arena                       
May 23        
Detroit, MI            
The Palace of Auburn Hills        
May 25         
Minneapolis, MN    
Target Center                             
May 26          
Chicago, IL         
Allstate Arena                             
May 28          
Denver, CO        
Red Rocks Amphitheatre           
May 30       
Salt Lake City, UT   
Maverik Center                   
June 1           
Spokane, WA        
Spokane Arena                          
June 2          
Seattle, WA        
June 5           
Los Angeles, CA    
STAPLES Center                       
June 6           
Sacramento, CA    
Power Balance Pavilion             
June 8          
Oakland, CA         
ORACLE Arena                         
June 9          
San Diego, CA       
Valley View Casino Center        
June 12       
Houston, TX      
Toyota Center                            
June 13       
Tulsa, OK         
BOK Center                                
June 15       
Dallas, TX        
American Airlines Center           
June 19        
Charlotte, NC       
Bojangles' Coliseum                   
June 20       
Atlanta, GA         
Philips Arena                              
June 22         
Miami, FL           
AmericanAirlines Arena             
June 23         
Orlando, FL        
Amway Center                           
June 25        
Washington, DC      
Patriot Center                             
June 26       
Uniondale, NY       
Nassau Coliseum                       
June 28       
Uncasville, CT       
Mohegan Sun Arena                  
June 29      
Newark, NJ         
Prudential Center                       
June 30       
Philadelphia, PA   
Wells Fargo Center                    
July 1         
Worcester, MA      
DCU Center                               
July 4       
Toronto, ON         
Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

SOURCE Interscope Records