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Dream Theater Stateside

02:01 PM Friday 4/13/12 | |

Prog rockers Dream Theater are not done touring “A Dramatic Turn of Events,”, their acclaimed 11th studio album.

  • Dream Theater

    Left to right, Mike Mangini, John Myung, James LaBrie, Jordan Rudess and John Petrucci.

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The band has just announced more summer dates, beginning with Columbus, Ohio’s LC Pavilion June 19. Dream Theater has booked itself through July 21, playing Harrah’s Chester Downs in Chester, Pa.

Along the way, cities include Detroit, Cincinnati, Minneapolis, Chicago, Kansas City, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington D.C., performing in theatres and amphitheatres.

The latest album has been called “spine-tingling” and “their best in many years” by bloggers. It had 14 Top 10 debuts worldwide.

The tour brings the group to Japan, China, Indonesia, Singapore and Taiwan before the return to the States June 16 in Lewiston, N.Y.

More information is available at DreamTheater.net, on Facebook and, believe it or not, MySpace, at MySpace.com/Dreamtheater.

And be sure to revisit Pollstar’s interview with Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci. Just click here.


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