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Kelly Clarkson Says It’s ‘All I Ever Wanted’

10:01 AM Tuesday 7/21/09 |   |

American Idol winner No. 1 Kelly Clarkson will tour extensively throughout the U.S. and Canada this fall, playing arenas and theatres in support of her latest album – "All I Ever Wanted."

  • Kelly Clarkson

    "American Idol" studio, Los Angeles, Calif.
    March 11, 2009

    (AP Photo / FOX)

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Along for the fun is Australian sister duo The Veronicas and up-and-coming band Parachute.

All I Ever Wanted has been good to Clarkson, producing the hit single “My Life Would Suck Without You,” which went from No. 97 to No.1 on the Nielsen SoundScan charts during its first week of release. Clarkson debuted the latest single from the album – “Already Gone” – on The Late Show With David Letterman last week.

The tour begins in Uncasville, Conn., at the Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino Oct. 2. From there it’s onward to Portland, Maine, for a gig at the Cumberland County Civic Center Oct.4. Clarkson and co. roll into NYC to play the Hammerstein Ballroom Oct. 6 and Atlantic City follows a couple nights later with a stop at the Borgata Hotel / Casino Oct. 9.

Other stops on the “All I Ever Wanted” tour include Boston at Agganis Arena Oct. 13; Milwaukee at Milwaukee Theatre Oct. 23; Detroit at Fox Theatre Oct. 25; Rosemont, Ill., at Rosemont Theatre Oct. 27 and Lincoln, Neb., at Pershing Center Oct. 29.

Clarkson’s tour will also touch down in Calgary, Victoria, Seattle, Reno, San Jose, Fresno, Corpus Christi and Pensacola before wrapping up in Hollywood, Fla., at the Seminole Hard Rock Live Dec. 13.

Tickets for the first shows go on sale Aug. 15. For more information, click here for the official Kelly Clarkson Web site.


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