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Jane's Addiction has canceled its planned late-December/early-January U.S. tour dates, some of which were to feature Marilyn Manson in the opening slot.

Jane's Addiction has canceled its planned late-December/early-January U.S. tour dates, some of which were to feature Marilyn Manson in the opening slot.

"Due to exhaustion brought on by a rigorous touring schedule, Jane's Addiction has decided to call off our holiday run of the East and all head south to the equator, where we hope to find rest and a new perspective for 2004," frontman Perry Farrell says on the band's official Web site. "We apologize to all of our fans and hope that they will understand. We will see everyone in the New Year and happy holidays!"

Officially canceled are shows Dec. 27 in Auburn Hills, Mich.; Dec. 28 in Fairfax, Va.; Dec. 31 in New York; Jan. 2 in Lowell, Mass.; and Jan. 3 in Camden, N.J.

It is unknown if the band is pulling out of its headline tonight's (Dec. 19) at the KDGE Dallas holiday concert in Grand Prairie, Texas, or a concert Sunday in Houston. At deadline, tickets for both shows remained on sale via Ticketmaster.