Motley Crue Adds 28 U.S. Concerts

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) —

Following the huge success of their 2005 "Carnival of Sins" tour, which included more than 100 arena dates in the U.S. alone, Motley Crue will launch the next leg of its tour in Columbus, GA on February 10. In addition, the group will play a special performance at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit on New Year's Eve.

"Carnival of Sins" drew record crowds around the world with the group eventually playing before an estimated 1 million fans in the U.S. The reunited band also celebrated the Top 10 debut of their platinum-certified Red, White and Crue album and the recent release of a new version of "Home Sweet Home," featuring Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, a gospel choir and string section, with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina through the American Red Cross and Mercycorps. They also recently opened a pair of dates for the Rolling Stones in Seattle and Portland, and are about to tour Australia, Japan and Southeast Asia.

The band's DVD of the tour, Carnival of Sins Live, on Clear Channel Entertainment Home Video, was released earlier this month, debuting at #2 on the Billboard Music Video chart.

"Carnival of Sins" 2006 North America itinerary:

February 10 Columbus, GA Columbus Civic Center
February 11 Ft. Myers, FL Germain Arena

February 12 Columbia, SC Colonial Center

February 14 Wilkes-Barre, PA Wachovia Arena


February 15 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena

February 17 Erie, PA Erie Civic Center Complex
February 18 Reading, PA Sovereign Center
February 19 Dayton, OH Nutter Center
February 21 Ft. Wayne, IN Memorial Coliseum
February 22 Evansville, IN Roberts Stadium
February 24 Rockford, IL MetroCentre

February 25 Kalamazoo, MI Wings Stadium
February 26 LaCrosse, WI LaCrosse Center
March 6 Lewiston, ME Central Maine Civic Center

March 7 Springfield, MA Mass Mutual Center

March 8 Providence, RI Dunkin Donuts Center

March 11 Richmond, VA Richmond Coliseum

March 12 Charleston, WV Civic Center Coliseum
March 13 Roanoke, VA Civic Center

March 15 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena

March 24 Houston, TX Toyota Center

March 25 Jackson, MS Coliseum

March 26 Baton Rouge, LA Bator Rouge River Center

March 28 Huntsville, AL Von Braun Arena

March 30 Tulsa, OK Convention Center

March 31 Lincoln, NE Pershing Auditorium

April 1 Sioux Falls, SD Sioux Falls Arena

–Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen

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