Classic rock veterans Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young are returning to the road for the 35-date Tour of America, due to kick off Feb. 6 in Detroit and wrap April 17 in Atlanta. The group embarked on

Classic rock veterans Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young are returning to the road for the 35-date Tour of America, due to kick off Feb. 6 in Detroit and wrap April 17 in Atlanta. The group embarked on its first tour in 26 years in Detroit in January 2000; the trek went on to gross more than $42 million, according to figures from Billboard sister publication Amusement Business.

Tickets for 10 of the first 11 shows go on sale between Saturday (Dec. 1) and Dec. 8. Additional dates are also expected to be added in the coming weeks.

It's not known whether the group plans to play any new material or if any studio recording is in the works. Neil Young is at work on a new solo album but that set is not likely to see the light of day until late 2002. It's also not clear whether CSNY will be joined by drummer Jim Keltner and bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn to round out the touring band as they did in 2000.

Here are Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's tour dates:

Feb. 6: Detroit (Palace of Auburn Hills / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 7: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 10: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 12: Toronto (Air Canada Centre / on sale Dec. 1)
Feb. 15: St. Louis (Savvis Center / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 17: Chicago (United Center / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 20: Indianapolis (Conseco Fieldhouse / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 22: New York (Madison Square Garden / on sale Dec. 3)
Feb. 25: Cleveland (Gund Arena / on sale Dec. 8)
Feb. 28: Hartford, Conn. (Civic Center)
March 2: Boston (Fleet Center / on sale Dec. 3)
March 5: Philadelphia (First Union Center)
March 6: Pittsburgh (Mellon Arena)
March 8: Washington, D.C. (MCI Center)
March 11: Milwaukee (Bradley Center)
March 12: Minneapolis (Target Center)
March 26: Phoenix (America West Arena)
March 27: San Diego (Sports Arena)
March 29: Las Vegas (MGM Grand)
March 30: Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond)
April 1: Los Angeles (Staples Center)
April 4: Oakland (Oakland Arena)
April 5: San Jose, Calif. (Compaq Center)
April 8: Denver (Pepsi Center)
April 13: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (National Car Rental Center)
April 14: Tampa, Fla. (Ice Palace)
April 17: Atlanta (Philips Arena)

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