A list of dates stretching through a two-show mid-August stand at Los Angeles' Staples Center will round out the second leg of Eric Clapton's North American tour in support of his latest Duck/Reprise

A list of dates stretching through a two-show mid-August stand at Los Angeles' Staples Center will round out the second leg of Eric Clapton's North American tour in support of his latest Duck/Reprise album, "Reptile." Beginning with a July 17 show at Philadelphia's First Union Center, the newly confirmed schedule will see Clapton play an additional 19 shows before the North American tour ends.

Clapton will close the European leg of his world tour, which has been running since February, with a show tomorrow night (April 10) in Moscow. The first North American leg begins with a May 10 gig at Dallas' Reunion Arena, with Doyle Bramhall II, who guested on "Reptile," and Smokestack supporting. The first leg closes with a three-night stand June 21-23 at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Released in March, "Reptile" debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Internet Albums chart and at No. 5 on The Billboard 200. The album currently stands at No. 31 in its third week on the latter tally.

Here is Clapton's full North American tour itinerary:
May 10: Dallas (Reunion Arena)
May 12: San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome)
May 14: Houston (Compact Center)
May 15: New Orleans (New Orleans Arena)
May 18: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (National Car Rental Center)
May 19: Tampa, Fla. (Ice Palace)
May 21: Atlanta (Philips Arena)
May 22: Memphis, Tenn. (Pyramid)
May 24: Nashville (Nashville Arena)
May 25: Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)
May 27: Washington, D.C. (MCI Center)
May 30: State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)
June 1: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
June 2: Indianapolis (Conseco Fieldhouse)
June 4: Cleveland (Gund Arena)
June 6: Detroit (Palace of Auburn Hills)
June 9: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
June 11-12: Boston (Fleet Center)
June 15: Buffalo, N.Y. (HSBC Arena)
June 16: Albany, N.Y. (Pepsi Arena)
June 17: Philadelphia (First Union Center)
June 21-23: New York (Madison Square Garden)
July 17: St. Paul, Minn. (Xcel Energy Center)
July 19: Fargo, N.D (Fargo Dome)
July 21: Milwaukee (Bradley Center)
July 22: St. Louis, Mo. (Savvis Center)
July 24-25: Chicago (United Center)
July 27: Moline, Ill. (Mark of the Quads)
July 28: Kansas City, Mo. (Kemper Arena)
July 30: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Aug. 1: Salt Lake City, Utah (Delta Center)
Aug. 2: Boise, Idaho (Idaho Center)
Aug. 4: Seattle (Key Arena)
Aug. 5: Vancouver (GM Place)
Aug. 7: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden Arena)
Aug. 11: Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Coliseum)
Aug. 13: Las Vegas (Thomas & Mack Center)
Aug. 15: Phoenix (America West Arena)
Aug. 17-18: Los Angeles (Staples Center)