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Fall Out Boy Set For First Headlining Trek

Also on the bill for the tour will be the All-American Rejects, Hawthorne Heights, From First To Last and an as-yet-unnamed act on Decaydance Records, which was co-founded by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete

Fall Out Boy will embark on its first headlining arena tour next year. Though dates and venues have not yet been announced, Island Def Jam says that the tour will stop in about 40 key markets including Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle, Vancouver, Denver, St. Louis, Detroit, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

Also on the bill for the tour will be the All-American Rejects, Hawthorne Heights, From First To Last and an as-yet-unnamed act on Decaydance Records, which was co-founded by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz.

Fall Out Boy just completed a two-month run as the headliner on the Nintendo Fusion Tour. The group has enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2005 thanks to the album "From Under the Cork Tree," which has sold 1.1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

To close out the year, the band will be seen Sunday (Dec. 4) on VH1's "Big in '05" special and Dec. 9 on NBC's "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno." Performances are also set for Dec. 10 at Los Angeles radio station KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas and Dec. 16 at New York radio station WHTZ's Jingle Ball.