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 News Pop / Rock 16/01/2002

311 Announces Spring U.S. Tour & '3-11 Day' Plans

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NEW YORK (CDNOW) - 311, which is currently touring Europe with Incubus, has announced most of the dates for its upcoming U.S. spring tour, which will commence Feb. 25 in Seattle and wrap in California mid-April.

Included on the cross-country itinerary is the second "3-11 Day" celebration, set for March 11 at the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, at which the band is expected to play an extra-long show packed with rarities and surprises. (They played over three hours in 2000.) The mayor of New Orleans has even proclaimed March 11 "311 Day" in the city, just as he did in 2000.

Hoobastank (of "Crawling in the Dark" fame) will be the opening act for all shows. The tour is expected to conclude with at least one Los Angeles-area concert.

Last week, 311 filmed a video for "Amber," the upcoming third single from its latest album, From Chaos. The clip is being directed by the Malloys (Blink-182, Foo Fighters) and was lensed during the day and night of Jan. 10 at Crystal Cove Beach near Laguna Beach, Calif. (Pictured above are Nick Hexum of 311 and girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger of Eden's Crush at the video shoot last week.)

311 tour dates (additional Southwest and West Coast shows will be confirmed soon.)

Feb. 25, Seattle, Paramount
Feb. 26, Portland, Ore., Roseland
Feb. 28, San Francisco, Warfield Theatre
March 1, Bakersfield, Calif., Civic Auditorium
March 2, Las Vegas, House of Blues
March 4, Orem, Utah, McKay Center
March 5, TBA
March 6, Vail, Colo., Dobson Arena
March 7, Ft. Collins, Texas, Moby Gym/CSU
March 9, Dallas, Bronco Bowl
March 10, Houston, International Ballroom
March 11, New Orleans, La., UNO Arena
March 13, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Sunrise Theatre
March 14, Orlando, Fla., Hard Rock
March 15, Myrtle Beach, S.C., House of Blues
March 16, Raleigh, N.C., Ritz Theatre
March 17, Charlotte, N.C., Grady Cole Center
March 18, Atlanta, Tabernacle
March 20, Norfolk, Va., Boathouse
March 21, Washington, D.C., Nation
March 22, Pomona, N.J., Sportscenter/Stockton College
March 23, Philadelphia, Electric Factory
March 24, Lockhaven, Pa., Pennsylvania College
March 26, Portland, Maine, State Theatre
March 27, Hartford, Conn., Webster Theatre
March 28, New York, TBA
March 29, Worcester, Mass., Palladium
April 1, Cleveland, Agora
April 2, TBA
April 3, Detroit, State Theatre
April 4, Chicago, Aragon
April 6, St. Louis, Pageant






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