Incubus Plans North American Tour

Modern rock act Incubus will kick off a North American tour April 11 in Portland, Ore., in support of its latest Immortal/Epic set "Morning View." The 50-date tour will be sponsored by Honda Civic, wh

Modern rock act Incubus will kick off a North American tour April 11 in Portland, Ore., in support of its latest Immortal/Epic set "Morning View." The 50-date tour will be sponsored by Honda Civic, which put Blink-182 and Everclear out on the road last year on separate tours. An exclusive weeklong online ticket pre-sale will launch at 10 a.m. ET Saturday (Feb. 16) at

"The band is really excited to be involved with Honda and the Civic Tour because it gives us a chance to play much bigger venues at a ticket price [$25] that we think is very reasonable," bassist Dirk Lance said in a statement. "On top of that, we're able to offer our fans the chance to win a new Civic Si that's been customized by the band at a price that seems about as good as you can get! God knows it's a better version of the Hondas that we first owned."

Along with the pre-sale and contest, the Civic Tour Web site will feature updated information on the band and the tour, as well as exclusive streaming audio and video, and more features yet to be announced. In some markets, fans will also be able to win tickets to see Incubus through special Civic Tour radio promotions that will include a chance to meet the band.

Incubus is in New York -- appearing last night (Feb. 14) on CBS' "Late Night With David Letterman" and today on MTV's "Total Request Live" -- taking a brief break from international touring. The group recently wrapped a European run, and will visit Japan for five shows beginning Feb. 25, then it's on to Australia and New Zealand through March 23.

"Morning View" debuted last November at No. 2 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.25 million copies in the U.S. to date, according to SoundScan. First single "Wish You Were Here" peaked at No. 3 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 3 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks tally.

The band's latest single, "Nice To Know You," is No. 10 on the Modern Rock list and No. 12 on the Mainstream round up this week.

Here are Incubus' confirmed tour dates:

Feb. 25: Osaka, Japan (Zepp)
Feb. 26: Nagoya, Japan (Diamond Hall)
Feb. 27: Tokyo (Club Citta)
March 1-2: Tokyo (Zepp)
March 5: Brisbane, Australia (Festival Hall)
March 8: Sydney (Hordern Pavilion)
March 11: Adelaide, Australia (Entertainment Centre)
March 13: Melbourne (Festival Hall)
March 16: Hobart, Australia (Going South Festival)
March 18: Canberra, Australia (Royal Theatre)
March 22: Wellington, New Zealand (Town Hall)
March 23: Auckland, New Zealand (Western Springs)
April 11: Portland, Ore. (Memorial Coliseum)
April 12: Seattle (Key Arena)
April 14: San Jose, Calif. (Event Center)
April 15: Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena)
April 16: San Francisco (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)
April 18: Los Angeles (Forum)
April 19: TBA
April 20: San Diego (Cox Arena)
April 21: Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay)
April 23: Albuquerque, N.M. (Tingley Coliseum)
April 24: Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum)
April 25: Lincoln, Neb. (Pershing Auditorium)
April 27: Cedar Rapids, Iowa (U.S. Cellular Center)
April 28: Peoria, Ill. (Civic Center Arena)
April 29: Ft. Wayne, Ind. (Memorial Coliseum)
May 1: Birmingham, Ala. (Boutwell Auditorium)
May 3: TBA
May 4: TBA
May 5: TBA
May 7: Lexington, Ky. (Rupp Arena)
May 9: Roanoke, Va. (Civic Center Arena)
May 10: Washington, D.C. (Patriot Center)
May 11: Philadelphia (Spectrum)
May 13: Worcester, Mass. (Centrum)
May 14: TBA
May 15: Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (First Union Center)
May 24: Minneapolis (TBD)
May 25: Milwaukee (TBD)
May 26: Detroit (TBD)
May 27: Indianapolis (TBD)
May 29: Chicago (Rosemont Allstate)
May 31: Grand Rapids, Minn. (Van Andel Arena)
June 1: Toronto (Copps Coliseum)
June 3: Rochester, N.Y. (Blue Cross Arena)
June 4: Cleveland, Ohio (Convocation Center)
June 5: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
June 11: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center)
June 12: TBA
June 13: TBA
June 15: TBA
June 21: New York (Madison Square Garden)
June 23: Richmond, Va. (Coliseum)
June 24: Raleigh, N.C. (Entertainment & Sports Center)
June 25: Charlotte, N.C. (Cricket Arena)
June 27: Jacksonville, Fla. (Coliseum)
June 28: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse)
June 29: Pensacola, Fla. (Civic Center)
July 1: New Orleans (UNO)
July 2: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center)
July 3: San Antonio, Texas (Freeman Coliseum)