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311 Fall/Winter Tour

08:01 AM Tuesday 9/15/09 | |

After wrapping up the band’s summer headlining tour, 311 is jumping back on the road in November for a round of U.S. fall and winter dates.

The tour kicks off Nov. 11 at Pechanga Theatre in Temecula, Calif., and concludes Dec. 8 at Music Hall in Austin, Texas.

Additional dates include Mystic Lake in Minneapolis (Nov. 17), The Fillmore in Detroit (Nov. 19), Cumberland Civic in Portland, Maine (Nov. 25), Bayfront Amphitheatre in Miami (Dec. 1) and UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans (Dec. 4).

Fans will be treated to new tunes from 311’s latest release, Uplifter, in addition to favorites from the band’s eight previous studio albums, including one Platinum, one Triple-Platinum and five Gold certified records. Uplifter, the band’s first album in almost four years, was released June 2 on Volcano Records.

311 will be joined on tour by alternating opening acts State Radio and Kottonmouth Kings. Kottonmouth Kings will open shows Nov. 13-15 and 18-19. State Radio will then take over as support Nov. 22, Nov. 24-25, Nov. 27-29, Dec. 1-2 and Dec. 4-6. Dirty Heads and Slightly Stoopid will each open one show with Dirty Heads opening the tour Nov. 11 and Slightly Stoopid playing Nov. 21.

Select dates are on sale now with the remaining shows available for pre-sale through the band’s fan club Sept. 15, Sept. 22, Sept. 29 and Oct. 20.

Click here for 311’s Web site and further ticket information.

Click here to purchase pre-sale tickets.


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