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Carrie Underwood Unveils Extensive Tour

"American Idol" champ Carrie Underwood has revealed extensive tour plans for the rest of 2006.

"American Idol" champ Carrie Underwood has revealed extensive tour plans for the rest of 2006. At deadline, the roadwork will begin April 5 in Wilmington, N.C., and continue through Oct. 1 in Springfield, Mass.

Sprinkled in are a number of special events, including the CMA Music Festival in Nashville (June 10), Country Jam USA in Grand Junction, Colo. (June 24) and an appearance at Milwaukee's annual Summerfest (July 8).

Underwood is touring in support of her Arista Nashville debut, "Some Hearts," which has sold more than 2.2 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The single "Jesus, Take the Wheel" recently spent six weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, where it is No. 6 this week.

The artist will return to "American Idol" tonight (March 2) to perform the track. Other upcoming appearances include March 13 on CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" and the following day on the syndicated "Live With Regis & Kelly."

Additionally, Underwood will join Loretta Lynn, Lorrie Morgan and Lee Ann Womack for a March 18 show at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry as part of the Great American Country channel's Women of Country series. The event will air live on GAC; an online auction at will benefit the Susan G. Kamen Breat Cancer Foundation.

Here are Carrie Underwood's tour dates:

April 5: Wilmington, N.C. (Azalea Festival)
April 7: Temecula, Calif. (Pechanga Resort & Casino)
April 8: Florence, Ariz. (Country Thunder USA)
May 4: W. Palm Beach, Fla. (Sunfest)
May 12: Dixon, Calif. (Dixon May Fair)
May 13: Kelseyville, Calif. (Konocti Field Amphitheater)
May 14: Cabazon, Calif. (Morongo Casino)
May 27: Virginia Beach, Va. (Patriotic Festival)
June 8: Pryor, Okla. (Pryor Creek Country Music Festival)
June 9: Comstock, Neb. (Comstock Windmill Festival)
June 10: Nashville (CMA Music Festival)
June 24: Grand Junction, Colo. (Country Jam USA)
June 25: Cadott, Wis. (Country Fest)
July 3: Del Mar, Calif. (San Diego County Fair)
July 6: Ft. Loramie, Ohio (Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes)
July 8: Milwaukee (Summerfest)
July 9: Fowlerville, Mich. (Fowlerville Fair)
July 15: St. Clairesville, Ohio (Jamboree In The Hills)
July 19: Twin Lakes, Wis. (Country Thunder USA)
July 21: Huntsville, Ala. (Redstone Arsenal Army Base)
July 27: Cheyenne, Wyo. (Cheyenne Frontier Days)
July 28: Minot, N.D. (North Dakota State Fair)
July 29: Great Falls, Mont. (Montana State Fair)
Aug. 2: Paso Robles, Calif. (California Mid-State Fair)
Aug. 4: Murphys, Calif. (Ironside Amphitheatre)
Aug. 6: Sweet Home, Ore. (Oregon Jamboree)
Aug. 9: Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Empire Fair)
Aug. 12: Bethlehem, Pa. (Musikfest)
Aug. 14: Lewisburg, W. Va. (West Virginia State Fair)
Aug. 16: Hamburg, N.Y. (Erie County Fair)
Aug. 17: Rama, Ontario (Casino Rama)
Aug. 27: Essex Junction, Vt. (Champlain Valley Exposition)
Aug. 28: Syracuse, N.Y. (New York State Fair)
Aug. 30: Pueblo, Colo. (Colorado State Fair)
Sept. 8: Albuquerque, N.M. (New Mexico State Fair)
Sept. 9: Hutchinson, Kan. (Kansas State Fair)
Sept. 12: York, Pa. (York Fair)
Sept. 14: Fayetteville, N.C. (Cumberland County Fair)
Sept. 17: Ridgefield, Wash. (Clark County Country Jamboree)
Sept. 27: Bloomsburg, Pa. (Bloomsburg Fair)
Oct. 1: W. Springfield, Mass. (Eastern States Expo)