Good Charlotte and New Found Glory have been tapped for the 2003 Honda Civic Tour, presented in conjunction with MTV's "TRL." The trek, which will encompass more than 50 dates, kicks off April 8 at th

Good Charlotte and New Found Glory have been tapped for the 2003 Honda Civic Tour, presented in conjunction with MTV's "TRL." The trek, which will encompass more than 50 dates, kicks off April 8 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, N.D. Less Than Jake and MxPx will also support on portions of the tour, with further bands to be announced for each specific show.

The Civic Tour, which last year featured headliner Incubus, will give away two Civic Si's -- one customized by New Found Glory and one by Good Charlotte -- over the course of the tour. Visit the tour's official Web site for drawing and ticket sale information.

An Internet pre-sale for show tickets is currently taking place at the site, while the general-public sale via Ticketmaster starts tomorrow (Feb. 28) for the first half of the tour and Saturday (March 1) for the second half.

Good Charlotte's major-label debut, "Young and the Hopeless" (Daylight/Epic), bowed at No. 7 on The Billboard 200 in October, and has sold 1.2 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Florida-based New Found Glory's third album, "Sticks and Stones" (Drive-Thru), debuted at No. 4 on The Billboard 200 last June and has sold 664,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here are the Civic Tour dates:

April 8: Grand Forks, N.D. (Alerus Center)
April 9: Minneapolis (Target Center)
April 10: Chicago (UIC Pavilion)
April 11: Milwaukee (Eagles Ballroom)
April 12: Detroit (Cobo Arena)
April 13: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Delta Plex)
April 15: Indianapolis (Pepsi Coliseum)
April 16: Dayton, Ohio (Hara Arena)
April 17: Pittsburgh (Peterson Center)
April 18: Cleveland (Tower Amphitheatre)
April 21: Hershey, Pa. (Giant Center)
April 22: Rochester, N.Y. (Blue Cross Arena)
April 24: Worcester, Mass. (Centrum)
April 25: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center)
April 26: Hartford, Conn. (Civic Center)
April 27: Albany, N.Y. (Sienna College)
April 30: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Marist College -- McCann Center)
May 1: Hampton, Va. (Coliseum)
May 2: Philadelphia (Spectrum)
May 3: Holmdel, N.J. (PNC Bank Arts Center)
May 4: Washington, D.C. (Patriot Center)
May 6: Charlotte, N.C. (Cricket Arena)
May 7: Atlanta (Gwinnett Civic Center)
May 8: Greenville, S.C. (Timmons Arena)
May 10: Sunrise, Fla. (Office Depot Center)
May 11: Tampa, Fla. (USF Sundome)
May 13: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse Centre)
May 14: Birmingham, Ala. (Boutwell Auditorium)
May 15: New Orleans (State Palace)
May 16: Houston (Reliant Arena)
May 17: Dallas (Smirnoff Music Center)
May 18: San Antonio (Sunken Gardens)
May 20: St. Louis (Family Arena)
May 21: Kansas City, Kan. (City Market)
May 22: Lincoln, Neb. (Pershing Auditorium)
May 23: Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks)
May 26: Seattle (Seahawk Stadium Exhibition Center)
May 27: Portland, Ore. (Coliseum)
May 28: Boise, Idaho (Bank of America Center)
May 29: Salt Lake City (E Center Ford Theater)
May 30: Las Vegas (Cox Pavilion)
May 31: San Jose, Calif. (SJSU Events Center)
June 1: Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial Garden Arena
June 3: Phoenix (Mesa Amphitheatre)
June 4: Irvine, Calif. (Bren Center)
June 5: Santa Barbara, Calif. (County Bowl)
June 7: Los Angeles (Universal Amphitheatre)