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Aaron Carter To Take His 'Party' On The Road

For most 13-year-olds, summer is a chance to run around and enjoy the break from school. But for teen pop star Aaron Carter, it will mean hitting the road on a 45-date U.S. tour, set to kick off June

For most 13-year-olds, summer is a chance to run around and enjoy the break from school. But for teen pop star Aaron Carter, it will mean hitting the road on a 45-date U.S. tour, set to kick off June 15 in Phoenix and wrap Aug. 26 in Providence, R.I.

Car ter, who happens to be the younger brother of the Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, sees his Jive album "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" rebound 15-4 on The Billboard 200 this week. The set has sold more than 1.6 million copies in the U.S., according to SoundSca n. The second single from the album, "That's How I Beat Shaq," enters The Billboard Hot 100 at No. 96 this week. The title track peaked at No. 35 in September.

He will be supported on the trek by the A*Teens and another member of his musical family, sister Leslie Carter, a DreamWorks recording artist. Her single "Like Wow!" debuts a few slots behind her brother at No. 99 on the Hot 100 this week.

The A*Teens will be out in support of their MCA album "Teen Spirit," which peaked last month at No. 50 on The Billboard 200.

Here are Aaron Carter tour dates:
June 15: Phoenix (Celebrity Theatre)
June 17: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
June 21: Universal City, Calif. (Universal Amphitheater)
June 22: Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden)
June 23: Santa C lara, Calif. (Paramount's Great America)
June 24: Bakersfield, Calif. (Centennial Garden)
June 26: Lehi, Utah (Thanksgiving Point)
June 27: Denver (Magness Arena)
June 30: San Antonio, Texas (Six Flags Fiesta Texas)
July 1: Dallas (Music Hall at Fair Park)
July 3: Oklahoma City (Zoo Amphitheater)
July 5: Kansas City, Kan. (Memorial Hall)
July 6: St. Louis (Fox Theatre)
July 7: Roset, Ill. (Roset Theatre)
July 10: Rochester, Mich. (Meadow Brook)
July 11: Noblesville, Ind. (Verizon Wireless Music Center)
Ju ly 12: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Blossom Music Center)
July 15: Kings Mills, Ohio (Paramount's King's Island)
July 17: Erie, Pa. (Erie Civic Center)
July 18: Pittsburgh (Iron City Lights Amphitheater)
July 19: Columbus, Ohio (Polaris Amphitheater)
July 21: Ta mpa, Fla. (USF Dome)
July 22: Sunrise, Fla. (National Car Rental Center)
July 23: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse Centre)
July 27: Myrtle Beach, S.C. (House of Blues)
July 28: Salem, Va. (Salem Civic Center)
July 29: Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum)
Ju ly 31: Baton Rouge, La. (Riverside Centroplex)
Aug. 2: Atlanta (HiFi Buys Amphitheater)
Aug. 3: Charlotte, N.C. (Paramount's Carowinds)
Aug. 4: Portsmouth, Va. (Harbor Center)
Aug. 5: Doswell, Va. (King's Dominion)
Aug. 9: Bethlehem, Pa. (Bethlehem Musikf est)
Aug. 10: Darien Center, N.Y. (Darien Lake Six Flags P.A.C.)
Aug. 11: Scranton, Pa. (Montage Mountain)
Aug. 12: Wilmington, Del. (Big Kahuna / Kahunaville)
Aug. 15: Gilford, N.H. (Meadowbrook Farm Musical Arts Center)
Aug. 16: Boston (FleetBoston Pav ilion)
Aug. 17: Wantagh, N.Y. (Jones Beach Amphitheater)
Aug. 18: Holmdel, N.J. (P.N.C. Bank Arts Center)
Aug. 19: Hershey, Pa. (Star Pavilion)
Aug. 21: Baltimore (Pier Six Concert Pavilion)
Aug. 22: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Mid Hudson Civic Center)
Aug. 23: Wallingford, Conn. (SNET Oakdale Theatre)
Aug. 26: Providence, R.I. (Providence Performing Arts Center)