Nelly Furtado has added some 30 dates to her previously announced 2002 tour itinerary. The trek begins Jan. 28 in Victoria, British Columbia, and is scheduled to wrap April 18 in Toronto. Furtado will

Nelly Furtado has added some 30 dates to her previously announced 2002 tour itinerary. The trek begins Jan. 28 in Victoria, British Columbia, and is scheduled to wrap April 18 in Toronto. Furtado will also appear at Canada's annual Juno Awards, set for April 14 in St. John's, Newfoundland. The artist won four trophies, including top new solo artist and top single for "I'm Like a Bird," at last year's ceremony.

Furtado is touring in support of her DreamWorks debut, "Whoa, Nelly!" which is No. 58 on The Billboard 200 in its 55th week. The single "Turn Off the Light" is No. 15 on Billboard's Top 40 Tracks chart and No. 33 on The Billboard Hot 100.

As previously reported, Furtado is up for four Grammys, including best new pop artist and best pop vocal album. She is also up for best international female solo artist and best international newcomer at the annual Brit Awards, to be handed out Feb. 20 at London's Earls Court.

Here are Nelly Furtado's tour dates:

Jan. 28: Victoria, British Columbia (Memorial Arena)
Jan. 29: Vancouver (GM Place)
Jan. 30: Seattle (Paramount Theatre)
Jan. 31: Portland, Ore. (Roseland Theatre)
Feb. 2-3: Calgary, Alberta (MacEwan Hall)
Feb. 5: Denver (Fillmore)
Feb. 7: Phoenix (Web Theatre)
Feb. 8: Las Vegas (Hard Rock Hotel)
Feb. 9: San Diego (Spreckels Theatre)
Feb. 11-12: Los Angeles (Wiltern Theatre)
Feb. 14: San Francisco (Warfield)
March 1: Boston (Avalon)
March 2: Portland, Maine (State Theatre)
March 4: New York (Hammerstein Ballroom)
March 6: Philadelphia (Electric Factory)
March 8-9: Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)
March 10: Norfolk, Va. (NorVa)
March 12: Raleigh, N.C. (Ritz)
March 13: Charlotte, N.C. (Grady Cole Center)
March 15: Atlanta (Tabernacle)
March 16: Orlando, Fla. (Hard Rock Live)
March 17: Miami Beach, Fla. (Level)
March 19: St. Petersburg, Fla. (Jannus Landing)
March 20: Birmingham, Ala. (Five Points Music Hall)
March 22: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
March 23: Memphis (Omni New Daisy)
March 24: New Orleans (House of Blues)
March 26: Houston (Aerial Theatre)
March 27: Austin, Texas (Austin Music Hall)
March 28: Dallas (Bronco Bowl)
March 30: St. Louis (Pageant)
March 31: Kansas City, Mo. (Uptown Theatre)
April 1: St. Paul, Minn. (Roy Wilkins Auditorium)
April 3: Milwaukee (Rave)
April 4: Chicago (Riviera Theatre)
April 5: Detroit (State Theatre)
April 7: Indianapolis (Murat Centre)
April 8: Cleveland (Agora)
April 10: Montreal (Metropolis)
April 12: Halifax, Nova Scotia (Metro Centre)
April 18: Toronto (Massey Hall)