The Dave Matthews Band will kick-off their 2007 tour two-night stand at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas on March 23 and March 24, with The Fray set to open. The band will then head down under on March 31 for a two-week jaunt through Australia, followed by a European run that will include shows in Ireland, Portugal, Belgium and the UK. The tour will conclude with their first-ever performance at Wembley Arena in London, England on May 30th.

The band's Australian run will include seven shows in six cities and a performance at both The West Coast Blues & Roots Festival in Freemantle, near Perth and The East Coast Blues & Roots Festival in Byron Bay.

Xavier Rudd will be the support act for DMB in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, which will be the last stop on the Aussie run.

DMB?s European tour dates come on the heels of Dave Matthews? first ever solo European tour which kicks off on February 23 in Newcastle City Hall in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England and will travel to several major European cities including Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast, Manchester, Oxford, Milan, Paris, Frankfurt, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin and will wrap up in Cologne, Germany on March 13.

Dave Matthews Band is currently in the studio working on their forthcoming full-length album which is due out in 2007.