311 Planning Extensive Fall Tour

Los Angeles-based funk-rock quintet 311 will embark on a headlining North American jaunt a month after finishing its summer stint with the Warped Tour. That trek wound down yesterday (Aug. 12) in Pont

Los Angeles-based funk-rock quintet 311 will embark on a headlining North American jaunt a month after finishing its summer stint with the Warped Tour. That trek wound down yesterday (Aug. 12) in Pontiac, Mich., although 311 only played with the traveling festival through a July 29 gig in Tampa, Fla.

The group is taking a three-week break before heading to Europe for a few assorted festival and club dates. On Sept. 8 in San Diego, 311 will kick off a two-month North American tour, logging 32 dates in the U.S. and two in Canada. The dates come in support of the band's sixth album and Volcano Records debut, "From Chaos."

The album debuted at No. 10 on The Billboard 200, while lead single "You Wouldn't Believe" reached No. 7 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart earlier this month.

Known for its hard-touring ways and energetic live shows, the band concedes the dates are subject to change and more could be added. Visit the 311's official Web site for on-sale dates and more information.

Here are 311's upcoming tour dates:

Aug. 19: Weeze, Germany (Bizarre Festival)
Aug. 20: Berlin (Berlin Knaack)
Aug. 21: Hamburg, Germany (Hamburg Logo)
Aug. 23: Geneva, Switzerland (Usine)
Aug. 24: Paris (Le Divan Du Monde)
Aug. 25: Hasselt, Belgium (Pukkelpop Festival)
Aug. 26: London (Extreme Fest - Mile End Sports Ground)
Sept. 8: San Diego (Street Scene Festival)
Sept. 9: Fresno, Calif. (Wild Waters)
Sept. 11: Las Vegas (the Joint/Hard Rock Hotel)
Sept. 12: San Francisco (Warfield)
Sept. 14: Puyallup, Wash. (Washington State Fair)
Sept. 15: Portland, Ore. (Roseland)
Sept. 16: Boise, Idaho (Big Easy)
Sept. 18: Denver (Fillmore)
Sept. 19: Kansas City, Mo. (Uptown Theatre)
Sept. 20: St. Louis (Pageant)
Sept. 21: Memphis (Mud Island)
Sept. 23: Columbus, Ohio (District Pavilion)
Sept. 25: Madison, Wisc. (Alliant Energy Center)
Sept. 26: Chicago (Riviera Theatre)
Sept. 28: Richmond, Va. (Classic Amphitheatre/State Fair)
Sept. 29: Cleveland (Nautica Stage)
Sept. 30: Detroit (State Theatre)
Oct. 1: Toronto (Guvernment)
Oct. 2: Montreal (Spectrum)
Oct. 4: Boston (Tsongas Arena)
Oct. 5: Burlington, Vt. (Auditorium)
Oct. 6: Asbury Park, N.J. (Convention Hall)
Oct. 7: New York (Hammerstein Ballroom)
Oct. 9: Philadelphia (Electric Factory)
Oct. 11: Baltimore (Loyola University)
Oct. 12: Washington, D.C. (Nation)
Oct. 13: Norfolk, Va. (Boathouse)
Oct. 14: Charleston, S.C. (Joe Riley Stadium)
Oct. 16: Orlando, Fla. (Univ. of Central Florida)
Oct. 17: Boynton Beach, Fla. (Orbit Room)
Oct. 18: Gainesville, Fla. (Univ. of Florida)
Oct. 19: Pensacola, Fla. (Bayfront Auditorium)
Oct. 28: Phoenix (Mesa Amphitheatre)
Oct. 30: Santa Barbara, Calif. (UCSB)
Oct. 31: Los Angeles (Universal Amphitheatre)
Nov. 9: Osaka, Japan (Zepp)
Nov. 11: Nagoya, Japan (Diamond Hall)
Nov. 12-13: Tokyo (Blitz)