Blink-182 has confirmed a host of appearances at radio-sponsored holiday concerts before the end of the year, as well as 13 European shows to make up for those postponed after the Sept. 11 terrorist a

Blink-182 has confirmed a host of appearances at radio-sponsored holiday concerts before the end of the year, as well as 13 European shows to make up for those postponed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Sprinkled among the U.S. dates are previously announced appearances Thursday (Nov. 8) at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Frankfurt, Germany, and Dec. 4 at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas. The group will also show up on the Fox comedy series "Mad TV" on Nov. 24.

The radio shows begin Nov. 27 at a concert sponsored by WBCN in Boston, according to a spokesperson. Blink-182 will then head to similar events in Fairfax, Va., Seattle, Philadelphia, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Detroit. In between, drummer Travis Barker will appear Dec. 8 at the Drum Day L.A. fundraiser at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. The event, which will also feature Josh Freese, Bill Bruford, and Marvin Smith of "The Tonight Show," will benefit the International House of Blues Foundation.

After the new year, Blink-182 heads to Europe for make-up shows in Switzerland, Germany, the U.K., Italy, and France. The group is on the road in support of its latest MCA set, "Take off Your Pants and Jacket," which is No. 124 in its 20th week on The Billboard 200.

Here are Blink-182's tour dates:

Nov. 27: Boston (venue TBA / WBCN concert)
Dec. 1: Fairfax, Va. (Patriot Center / HFSmas Nutcracker concert)
Dec. 6: Seattle (venue TBA / KNDD concert)
Dec. 8: Los Angeles (House of Blues / Drum Day L.A. with Travis Barker)
Dec. 12: Philadelphia (venue TBA / WPLY concert)
Dec. 13: Chicago (venue TBA / WKQX concert)
Dec. 14: Milwaukee (venue TBA / WLUM concert)
Dec. 15: Detroit (Cobo Arena / CIMX The Night 89x Stole Christmas concert)
Jan. 4: Zurich (Hallenstadion)
Jan. 6: Dusseldorf, Germany (Philipshalle)
Jan. 7: Berlin (Arena)
Jan. 8: Hamburg, Germany (Sporthalle)
Jan. 10-11: London (Wembley Arena)
Jan. 13: Dublin (Point Theatre)
Jan. 15: London (Docklands Arena)
Jan. 16: Manchester, England (Evening News Arena)
Jan. 17: Glasgow (SECC)
Jan. 18: Nottingham, England (Arena)
Jan. 20: Paris (Zenith)
Jan. 22: Munich (Zenith)
Jan. 23: Milan (Fila Forum)