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The Upcoming Monkees Summer

12:01 PM Monday 4/29/13 | |

For those of you who missed The Monkees’ late 2012 tour, Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork are giving you a another chance to see the band with a summer run beginning in mid-July.

Appropriately titled “A Midsummer’s Night With The Monkees,” the adventure launches in Port Chester, N.Y., July 15 and wraps in Portland, Ore., Aug. 18. 

Of course, The Monkees will be doing the hits that made them famous such as “Last Train To Clarksville,” “I’m A Believer,” “Pleasant Valley Sunday” and “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone.”  But the lads are expected to dig deeper into their first five platinum albums and will even pull out a few fan favorites from their cult film “Head.” 

 But it’s not just Michael, Micky and Peter backed by the same incredible band that appeared on the 2012 tour.  The shows will be multimedia events filled with rare films and one-of-a-kind photographs, giving fans a chance to spend an evening in the Monkees’ world.

Here’s the schedule.

July 15 – Port Chester, N.Y., The Capitol Theatre
July 16 – Boston, Mass., Citi Performing Arts Center
July 17 – Red Bank, N.J., Count Basie Theatre
July 19 – Westbury, N.Y., NYCB Theatre At Westbury
July 20 – Philadelphia, Pa., Mann Center for Performing Arts
July 21 – Washington, D.C., Warner Theatre
July 23 – Raleigh, N.C., Memorial Auditorium
July 24 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
July 26 – Saint Augustine, Fla., St. Augustine Amphitheatre
July 27 – Boca Raton, Fla., Mizner Park Amphitheatre
July 28 – Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall
July 31 – Austin, Texas, The Long Center For The Performing Arts
Aug. 1 – Houston, Texas, Arena Theatre
Aug. 2 – Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
Aug. 3 – Tulsa, Okla., Brady Theater
Aug. 5 – Denver, Colo., Paramount Theatre
Aug. 9 – Mesa, Ariz., Mesa Arts Center
Aug. 10 – Henderson, Nev., Henderson Events Plaza
Aug. 11 – San Diego, Calif., Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay
Aug. 12 – Long Beach, Calif., Terrace Theater
Aug. 14 – Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
Aug. 15 – Napa, Calif., Uptown Theatre Napa
Aug. 17 – Seattle, Wash., Benaroya Hall
Aug. 18 – Portland, Ore., Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

Pre-sales, including VIP packages, begin May 1 at 10 a.m. local time.  This time around the VIP packages will include copies of the upcoming deluxe edition of The Monkees Present, the next in the series of Monkees reissues from Rhino Handmade.

General onsales for all dates launch May 3.  Head on over to Monkees.com for more information.


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