Tony Hawk's Boom Boom HuckJam tour will be back for a second round in the fall. The action sports/music outing will kick off Oct. 2 in Vancouver and visit 28 cities before closing Nov. 16 in Tampa, Fl
Tony Hawk's Boom Boom HuckJam tour will be back for a second round in the fall. The action sports/music outing will kick off Oct. 2 in Vancouver and visit 28 cities before closing Nov. 16 in Tampa, Fla. Other than house DJ Aero, music acts have not yet been announced.
Along with Hawk, skateboarders Andy Macdonald and Bucky Lasek have committed to the sophomore SLAM management-produced tour. Moto X freestyle riders Carey Hart and Clifford "The Flyin' Hawaiian" Adoptante and BMX bikers Dave Mirra and Mat Hoffman will also return.
Other athletes who have signed on for the Activision-sponsored 2003 Huckjam are skateboarders Lincoln Ueda and Sergie Ventura, Moto X riders Ronnie Faisst, Drake McElroy, and Dustin Miller, and BMX stars John Parker, Simon Tabron, and Kevin Robinson. More information on each athlete is available on the tour's official Web site.
"Last year was a such a success," Hawk said in a statement. "And there is no doubt that this year is going to be bigger and better."
The inaugural HuckJam tour featured live performances by a rotating cast of modern rock acts, including Good Charlotte, the Offspring, and CKY, along with veteran outfits Social Distortion and Devo.
Here are the Boom Boom HuckJam tour dates:
Oct. 2: Vancouver (GM Place)
Oct. 3: Tacoma, Wash. (Tacoma Dome)
Oct. 4: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden)
Oct. 7: Las Vegas (TBA)
Oct. 9: San Diego (San Diego Sports Arena)
Oct. 10: Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond)
Oct. 11: Los Angeles (Staples Center)
Oct. 12: San Jose (HP Pavilion)
Oct. 16: Chicago (United Center)
Oct. 17: TBA
Oct. 18: Milwaukee (Bradley Center)
Oct. 19: St. Paul, Minn. (Excel Energy Center)
Oct. 23: Uniondale, N.Y. (Nassau Coliseum)
Oct. 24: East Rutherford, N.J. (Continental Airlines Arena)
Oct. 26: Boston (Fleet Center)
Oct. 29: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
Oct. 30: Auburn Hills, Mich. (Palace of Auburn Hills)
Nov. 1: Philadelphia (First Union Center)
Nov. 2: Washington, D.C. (MCI Center)
Nov. 5: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Nov. 7: San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome)
Nov. 8: Dallas (Reunion Arena)
Nov. 9: Houston (Naming Rights Center)
Nov. 11: Nashville (TBA)
Nov. 13: Atlanta (Phillips Arena)
Nov. 14: Jacksonville, Fla. (Jacksonville Arena)
Nov. 15: TBA
Nov. 16: Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)