Modern rock act Sugar Ray has lined up a five-week North American tour with Atlantic labelmate Uncle Kracker and newcomer rock outfit the Start. Set to begin July 10 in Dallas, the trek comes in suppo

Modern rock act Sugar Ray has lined up a five-week North American tour with Atlantic labelmate Uncle Kracker and newcomer rock outfit the Start. Set to begin July 10 in Dallas, the trek comes in support of Sugar Ray's self-titled fourth album, due June 12 from Atlantic. First single "When It's Over" is starting to heat up at such modern rock stations KTCL Denver and WAFV Charleston, S.C.

The new album is the follow-up to 1999's "14:59," which peaked at No. 17 on The Billboard 200 and featured the multi-format smash "Every Morning," a No. 3 hit on The Billboard Hot 100. "14:59" has sold more than 2.3 million copies in the U.S., according to SoundScan.

Uncle Kracker is out in support of his debut album "Double Wide," which is No. 10 on The Billboard 200 in its 19th week and features the single "Follow Me," which is No. 6 on The Billboard Hot 100. The set has sold 749,000 units in the U.S. to date.

Beginning tomorrow (May 22) at 10 a.m. ET, fans will have the opportunity to purchase advance tickets through AOL's Box Office by Ticketmaster portal. AOL will also host a new album listening party and live chat with Sugar Ray on June 7, downloads of "When It's Over" and album track "Under the Sun," plus a contest to win a trip to New York to see the band perform June 15 on NBC's "Today" show.

Here are Sugar Ray's tour dates:
July 10: Dallas (Bronco Bowl)
July 11: Houston (Aeriel Theater)
July 13: El Paso, Texas (Ft. Bliss Biggs Park)
July 14: Tuscon, Ariz. (Libby Airfield)
July 15: Phoenix (Celebrity Theater)
July 17: Las Vegas (the Joint)
July 18: Los Angeles (Universal Amphitheater)
July 19: San Diego (Open Air Theater)
July 21: San Francisco (Warfield)
July 23: Vancouver (Queen Elizabeth Theater)
July 24: Seattle (Paramount Theater)
July 25: Portland, Ore. (Schnitzer Hall)
July 27: Salt Lake City (E Center)
July 28: Denver (Magness Arena)
July 30: Minneapolis (Xcel Center)
Aug. 1: St. Louis (Pageant)
Aug. 3: Cleveland (Nautica Stage)
Aug. 5: Pittsburgh (I.C. Light Amphitheater)
Aug. 6: Indianapolis (Murat Egyptian Room)
Aug. 7: Detroit (Freedom Hill)
Aug. 9: Baltimore (Pier 6)
Aug. 10: Boston (Fleet Pavilion)
Aug. 11: Wilmington, Del. (Kahuna Summer Stage)
Aug. 13: New York (Hammerstein Ballroom)
Aug. 15: Atlanta (Tabernacle)
Aug. 16: Orlando, Fla. (Hard Rock Live)
Aug. 17: Tampa, Fla. (Performing Arts Center)
Aug. 18: Pompano Beach, Fla. (Pompano Beach Amphitheater)