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Monkees In The U.S.A.

10:01 AM Tuesday 3/1/11 | |

The Monkees unveil North American dates to an anxiously waiting world.

Celebrating the group’s 45th anniversary, The Monkees begin their North American romp June 3 at Atlanta’s Chastain Park and wrap it in Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre July 16. Stops along the way include Jacksonville, Fla., at the Florida Theatre June 6; Uncasville, Conn., at the Mohegan Sun Casino June 10; Niagara Falls, Ont., at the Fallsview Casino Resort June 11-2; New York City at the Beacon Theatre June 16; Detroit at the Fox Theatre June 23; Minneapolis at the Zoo Amphitheatre July 1-2; Denver at the Paramount Theatre July 5; Bakersfield, Calif., at the Fox Theatre July 13 and Cabazon, Calif., at the Morongo Casino July 15.

Other towns include Clearwater, Fla. (June 4), Westbury, N.Y. (June 17), Pittsburgh (June 22), Indianapolis (June 26), Tacoma (July 8), Portland, Ore. (July 9) and Santa Ynez (July 14).

The tour features three of the four members who starred in the 1960s TV show on NBC, with Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Peter Tork bringing Monkee madness to longtime fans as well as a new generation. As with past Monkees tours, Michael Nesmith is not onboard.

But the tour promises plenty of laughs along with those classic hits from yesteryear. During the band’s peak period as a hit TV show and a top pop act, the boys had their pick of songs written by some of the best songwriters around, including Neil Diamond who penned “I’m A Believer” and the songwriting team of Gerry Goffin and Carole King, responsible for “Pleasant Valley Sunday.”

“We need to share this music once again as people want to hear music from times that made them happy,” Jones said in a statement announcing the North American leg. “The records are being played all the time. And, the fans are still there…So, we’re going to do it.

Ticket sales begin March 4. Check out the tour’s Facebook page for more information.


Comments

  1. TJ. Church wrote:

    07:23 AM, Mar 08, 2011

    No reason to scalp this show's tickets... All they're missing from the robberies (way overpriced) are the guns.

  2. luvdavy wrote:

    04:11 PM, Mar 07, 2011

    They are in the UK right now on a tour, and have just started pre-booking the US.  There will be plenty more locations, I am sure.

  3. JohnN1981 wrote:

    01:41 PM, Mar 05, 2011

    No monkees for Las Vegas DeltaSigChi4, so you can't scalp tickets for it.

    shop.ebay.com/.../m.html

  4. live concert freak wrote:

    02:45 PM, Mar 04, 2011

    Will they have a place to store the walkers while on stage or will they be using scooters like they do at the market?????

  5. TJ. Church wrote:

    09:32 PM, Mar 02, 2011

    You'll never get in the Rock Hall if you completely ignore Cleveland.

  6. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    10:09 AM, Mar 02, 2011

    No love for Sin City.

    E

  7. rdjr1984 wrote:

    10:51 AM, Mar 01, 2011

    Uh, Niagra Falls Ontario is not in the US.

  8. mcferglestein wrote:

    10:31 AM, Mar 01, 2011

    Not much of a North American tour if it's only US dates, now isn't it?



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