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Yellowcard Live From Las Vegas (And At A Venue Near You)

03:18 AM Wednesday 2/27/08 |   |

Florida alt-rock quartet Yellowcard, which recently released the digital live album Live From Vegas At The Palms, will hit the road next week for an acoustic spring tour of U.S. clubs and theatres.

The headlining trek kicks off March 7 at The Avalon Theater in Salt Lake City and runs through April 14 at The Marquee Theatre in Tempe, Ariz.

Other destinations include Metro/Smart Bar in Chicago (March 11), Fillmore New York At Irving Plaza in New York City (March 15), The Masquerade in Atlanta (March 21), The Beta Bar in Tallahassee, Fla. (March 26), the Granada Theatre in Dallas (March 30), El Corazon in Seattle (April 4), House of Blues in San Diego (April 11) and Glass House in Pomona, Calif. (April 13).

Opening duties for the run will be handled by The Spill Canvas.

Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com.

Live From Las Vegas debuted in January exclusively though iTunes.

The album was recorded last October at Las Vegas' Palms Casino Resort's intimate Pearl Concert Theater, where the farthest seating is just 120 feet from the stage.

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