Canadian singer Avril Lavigne, currently playing radio-sponsored multi-act holiday
shows throughout the US, will embark on her debut headlining tour next March,
covering European markets.
March 3 DEN Copenhagen, Vega
March 4 NOR Oslo, Rockefeller Music Hall
March 6 SWE Stockholm, Annexet
March 8 BEL Brussels, Ancienne Belgique
March 9 GER Berlin, Columbiahalle
March 10 GER Cologne, Paladium
March 12 GER Munich, Zenith
March 13 ITA Milan, Alcatraz
March 14 SWI Zurich, Volkshaus
March 16 GER Hamburg, CCH3
March 17 NET Amsterdam, Pepsi Stage/Heineken Music Hall
March 18 FRA Paris, Zenith
March 20 ENG Birmingham, Academy
March 21 ENG Manchester, Apollo
March 22 SCO Glasgow, Barrowlands
March 24 IRE Dublin, Olympia Theatre
March 25 ENG London, Brixton Academy
Moby Plans Varied Shows
Moby plans to revamp his stage show to include sets of cover versions when he tours in December at various radio station holiday concerts, and on his Web site, says he is planning something "quite different" for his homecoming tour.
"In Boston on Dec. 11," he wrote, "we'll be playing a more dance oriented (rave oriented, even….although I haven't used that word in a long while) set. Playing some of the older rave tracks that we haven't played in a while. On Dec. 13 (in San Francisco) we'll be playing a punk rock/heavy metal set of cover songs. I love cover songs. So that's what we'll be doing? On Dec. 14 (in LA) we'll be playing a quieter set, some of the quieter more introspective songs that we don't play live all that often, and on Dec. 15 (in Chicago) we'll be playing a punk rock/metal set of cover songs similar to what we'll be playing in San Fran. Just trying to have fun and keep things interesting."