The full slate of summer dates for the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"-related Down From the Mountain tour has been confirmed. The North American trek is set to begin June 25 in Louisville, Ky., and clos

The full slate of summer dates for the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"-related Down From the Mountain tour has been confirmed. The North American trek is set to begin June 25 in Louisville, Ky., and close Aug. 4 at the dramatic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo. During the 29-city run, the package will also take part in the kickoff show of the Cisco Systems Bluesfest July 5 in Ottawa.

As previously reported, the lineup will be essentially the same as the tour's first incarnation earlier this year, with the addition of Ricky Scaggs. The roster also boasts Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Dan Tyminski, Emmylou Harris, Patty Loveless, Ralph Stanley, the Del McCoury Band, Norman & Nancy Blake, the Nashville Bluegrass Band, the Whites, and Jerry Douglas. Due to prior obligations, Scaggs will miss the tour's stop in Philadelphia (June 29), and Loveless will not appear at shows in Ottawa (July 5), Boise (July 25), Salem (July 26), and Seattle (July 27-28).

The Lost Highway/Mercury soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" is No. 1 in its 63rd week on The Billboard 200, and leads Billboard's Top Country Albums chart for a 28th non-consecutive weeks. The album -- which last month generated a host of Grammy awards, including album of the year -- has sold 4 million copies in the U.S. to date, according to SoundScan.

Here are the Down From the Mountain summer tour dates:

June 25: Louisville, Ky. (Freedom Hall; on sale April 6)
June 26: Detroit (DTE Energy Music Theatre; on sale March 30)
June 28: Buffalo, N.Y. (Darien Lake Performing Arts Center; on sale March 23)
June 29: Philadelphia, Pa. (Mann Center for the Performing Arts; on sale now)
June 30: Boston (Paul E. Tsongas Center; on sale March 25)
July 2: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun Arena; on sale March 29)
July 3: Toronto (Molson Amphitheater; April 8)
July 5: Ottawa (Cisco Systems Bluesfest; on sale TBA)
July 6: Washington, D.C. (Bull Run Reg. Park Special Events Center; on sale March 29)
July 7: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Blossom Music Center; on sale April 20)
July 9: Cincinnati (Firstar Center; on sale March 23)
July 10: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center; on sale April 5)
July 12: Norfolk, Va. (NTELOS Pavilion at the Harbor Center; on sale March 29)
July 13: Charlotte, N.C. (Cricket Arena; on sale April 27)
July 14: Raleigh, N.C. (Entertainment & Sports Arena; on sale April 27)
July 16: Knoxville, Tenn. (Smokies Stadium; on sale March 23)
July 17: Atlanta (Chastain Park; on sale May 18)
July 19: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center; on sale April 12)
July 20: Dallas (Smirnoff Music Centre; April 12)
July 22: Chicago (Theatre at United Center; on sale April 20)
July 23: St. Paul, Minn. (Theatre Bowl at Xcel Energy Center; on sale April 20)
July 25: Boise, Idaho (Idaho Center Amphitheater; on sale April 8)
July 26: Salem, Ore. (L.B. Day Amphitheater; on sale April 6)
July 27-28: Seattle (Chateau St. Michelle Winery; on sale May 4)
July 30: San Jose, Calif. (Compaq Center @ San Jose; on sale April 21)
July 31: San Diego (Coors Amphitheater; on sale April 6)
Aug. 1: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre; on sale April 28)
Aug. 2: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl; on sale April 6)
Aug. 4: Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks; on sale April 29)