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Avril Lavigne Plots Summer Tour
Avril Lavigne will spend most of the summer on the road in North America, beginning July 13 in London, Ontario, and wrapping Sept. 3 in Montreal. Gavin DeGraw and Butch Walker will serve as opening acAvril Lavigne will spend most of the summer on the road in North America, beginning July 13 in London, Ontario, and wrapping Sept. 3 in Montreal. Gavin DeGraw and Butch Walker will serve as opening acts at various points, as well as other yet-to-be announced artists. The artist is expected to spice up the set lists by making appearances on drums and piano, plus recast certain songs in an acoustic setting.
Lavigne will be out in support of her sophomore RCA album, "Under My Skin," which has sold 2.6 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The fourth single from the set, "Fall to Pieces," will be delivered April 18 to U.S. radio outlets for airplay consideration.
During the tour, Lavigne will make an Aug. 12 appearance on NBC's "The Tonight Show" and an Aug. 26 stop in New York as part of the "Good Morning America" concert series.
The Canadian artist is in the midst of a swing through the Far East, which wraps April 13 in Newcastle, Australia. Another leg of dates in South Africa and Europe will get underway May 8 in Johannesburg.
Here are Avril Lavigne's tour dates:
July 13: London, Ont. (John Labatt Centre)
July 14: Ottawa, Ont. (Corel Centre)
July 15: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)
July 17: Clarkston, Mich. (DTE Energy Music Theatre)
July 19: Nashville (Starwood Amphitheatre)
July 22: Kansas City, Mo. (Starlight Theatre)
July 23: Moline, Ill. (Mark of the Quad Cities)
July 25: Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centre)
July 26: Regina, Sask. (Agridome)
July 27: Saskatoon, Sask. (Credit Union Centre)
July 29: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Centre)
July 30: Calgary (Pengrowth Saddledome)
July 31: Kamloopa, B.C. (Sport Mart Place)
Aug. 2: Kelowna, B.C. (Prospera Place)
Aug. 5: Victoria, B.C. (Save On Foods Memorial Centre)
Aug. 11-12: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
Aug. 16: Houston (Mitchell Pavilion)
Aug. 29: Mansfield, Mass. (Tweeter Center)
Aug. 31: Halifax, Nova Scotia (Metro Centre)
Sept. 1: Moncton, New Brunswick (Coliseum Arena)
Sept. 2: Quebec City (Colisee)
Sept. 3: Montreal (Bell Centre)