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A Revoltin’ Tour

11:01 AM Thursday 2/24/11 | |

A new touring package hits the road this spring as “Revolt Tour 2011” with headliner Hollywood Undead along with special guests 10 Years, Drive A and New Medicine launch the inaugural run in Boston the first week of April.

Presented by House Of Blues, “Revolt Tour 2011” begins the trek at Boston’s House Of Blues April 6. Other dates include New York City’s Irving Plaza April 9; Philadelphia at the Theatre Of Living Arts April 12; Reno’s Knitting Factory April 26; Los Angeles at The Wiltern April 30; San Francisco at The Fillmore May 1; Spokane at the Knitting Factory May 3; Atlanta’s Tabernacle May 18; Cincinnati at Bogart’s May 20 and Detroit at St. Andrews Hall May 21.

Keeping with the old line about dancing with the one that brought you, “Revolt 2011” will hit several fine House Of Blues establishments during the course of the tour. In addition to the Boston date, look for the tour to play HOBs in New Orleans (April 19), Dallas (April 20), San Diego (April 29), Las Vegas (May 6), Houston (May 10), Chicago (May 14), Myrtle Beach (May 17) and Cleveland (May 24).

For those of you building your own collection of promoters’ quotes, the tour announcement included a few remarks provided by HOB Talent VP Kelly Kapp.

“House Of Blues has had the honor of working with Hollywood Undead on all their sold-out headlining tours since their 2009 breakthrough,” Kapp said. “We’ve developed a great relationship over the past few years and we couldn’t think of a better headliner for the Revolt Tour. Our goal is to grow this into an annual tour that showcases both established and developing artists.”

Some dates are already on sale with more going up this weekend. For more information, check out the websites for Hollywood Undead and House Of Blues.


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