A wide cross-section of rock acts have signed on for the 2006 Taste of Chaos tour, which will begin Feb. 16 in San Diego and continue on to 45 additional North American cities. The bill is led by Thri

A wide cross-section of rock acts have signed on for the 2006 Taste of Chaos tour, which will begin Feb. 16 in San Diego and continue on to 45 additional North American cities. The bill is led by Thrice, the Deftones, Story Of The Year, As I Lay Dying, Dredg, Silverstein and Funeral For A Friend. Tickets begin going on sale tomorrow (Dec. 2).

Sponsored by Rockstar Energy Drink, Taste of Chaos will also feature performances by Pelican, the Receiving End Of Sirens, the Confession, Adair, Street Drum Corps, Greeley Estates, Millionaire and the Smashup. Thursday will step in for Story Of The Year for the Canadian dates on the trek.

This year's inaugural tour, which was organized by Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman, featured the Used, My Chemical Romance, Killswitch Engage, Senses Fail and A Static Lullaby, among others.

"We're trying to take the Warped concept indoors," Lyman told Billboard last year. "We want to keep ticket prices low and design a simple production."

Here are the Taste of Chaos tour dates:

Feb. 16: San Diego (Sports Arena)
Feb. 17: Phoenix (Mesa Amphitheatre)
Feb. 18: El Paso, Texas (County Coliseum)
Feb. 20: Dallas (Nokia Theatre)
Feb. 21: San Antonio (Freeman Coliseum)
Feb. 22: Houston (Verizon Wireless Center)
Feb. 24: Jacksonville, Fla. (Metro Park)
Feb. 25: Orlando, Fla. (Tinker Field)
Feb. 26: Miami (Pompano Beach Amphitheatre)
Feb. 28: Atlanta (Gwinnett Center)
March 1: Norfolk, Va. (Convocation Center)
March 3: East Rutherford, N.J. (Continental Airlines Arena)
March 4: Camden, N.J. (Tweeter Center)
March 6: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center)
March 7: Boston (Tsongas Center)
March 8: Hartford, Conn. (Expo Center)
March 10: Niagara Falls, N.Y. (venue TBA)
March 11: Detroit (Cobo Arena)
March 13: St. Louis (Family Arena)
March 14: Chicago (UIC Pavilion)
March 15: Cleveland (CSU Convocation Center)
March 16: Toledo, Ohio (Sports Arena)
March 17: Dayton, Ohio (Hara Arena)
March 18: Milwaukee (Eagles Ballroom)
March 19: St. Paul, Minn. (Roy Wilkins Auditorium)
March 21: Fargo, N.D. (Memorial Auditorium)
March 22: Lincoln, Neb. (Pershing Auditorium)
March 23: Kansas City, Kan. (Hale Arena)
March 25: Denver (Fillmore)
March 27: Fresno, Calif. (Selland Arena)
March 28: San Jose, Calif. (SJSU Events Center)
March 29: Sacramento, Calif. (ARCO Arena)
March 30: Long Beach, Calif. (Sports Arena)
April 1: Portland, Ore. (State Fairgrounds)
April 2: Seattle (Everett Events Center)
April 3: Vancouver (PNE)
April 5: Edmonton, Alberta (Shaw Events Center)
April 6: Calgary, Alberta (Pengrowth Saddledome)
April 8: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Place)
April 9: Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centre)
April 12: London, Ontario (Labatt Center)
April 13: Toronto (Arrow Hall)
April 14: Ottawa, Ontario (Corel Centre)
April 15: Montreal (Stade Uniprix)