62 Additional Dates Added To Blue Man Group Tour

ST. LOUIS (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Without skipping a beat, Blue Man Group has announced a second leg, beginning Feb. 1, 2007, to its mega-successful “How To Be A Megastar Tour 2.0,” which is currently rocking arenas in 42 cities from coast-to-coast this fall and drawing rave reviews from critics and fans alike.

By popular demand, a mega 62 additional dates will bring the Blue Man Group full production rock tour back across North America, including stops in Seattle; Oakland; Phoenix; Los Angeles; Orlando; St. Paul; Ft. Lauderdale; Memphis; Detroit; Kansas City; New Orleans; Philadelphia; Baltimore and more!

Said Executive Tour Producer Paul J. Emery, III of Emery Entertainment, about the tour, “Response for the first leg of the tour has been incredible and Blue Man Group fans across the country have spoken – the tour will continue!”

Describing the 2007 tour, Emery said, “After downloading a tongue-in-cheek ‘how-to-manual’ on becoming a rock star, Blue Man Group is joined by an eight piece band and subsequently takes us through, step-by-step and song-by-song, every head-bobbing, fist-pumping moment of a real concert with constant hi-tech interaction with their audience.”

Jennie Willink, Executive Producer of the tour for Blue Man Productions, stated, “We are thrilled to continue the momentum we’ve built with Emery Entertainment and Pacific Arts Entertainment for “How To Be A Megastar Tour 2.0”. Seeing Blue Man Group live is a ‘not to be missed’ experience and we are all excited to continue sharing this fun and captivating production with so many fans all over the country.”

“How To Be A Megastar Tour 2.0” is produced by St. Louis-based Emery Entertainment and Los Angeles-based Pacific Arts Entertainment. The tour kicks off its second leg of dates on Feb. 1, 2007 and continues through April 22, 2007.

The full list of tourdates is as follows:

THU 02.01 – YAKIMA, WA – YAKIMA SUNDOME

FRI 02.02 – SEATTLE, WA – EVERETT EVENTS CENTER

SAT 02.03 – PORTLAND, OR – MEMORIAL COLISEUM

TUE 02.06 – SPOKANE, WA – SPOKANE ARENA

WED 02.07 – BOISE, ID – IDAHO CENTER

FRI 02.09 – SACRAMENTO, CA – ARCO ARENA

SAT 02.10 – OAKLAND, CA – OAKLAND ARENA

SUN 02.11 BAKERSFIELD, CA – RABOBANK THEATRE

MON 02.12 – LOS ANGELES, CA – GIBSON AMPHITHEATRE

TUE 02.13 – PHOENIX, AZ – US AIRWAYS ARENA

THU 02.15 – AMARILLO, TX – AMARILLO CIVIC CENTER

FRI 02.16 – BOSSIER CITY, LA – CENTURYTEL CENTER

SAT 02.17 – BILOXI, MS – BEAU RIVAGE CASINO

SUN 02.18 – LITTLE ROCK, AR – ALLTEL ARENA

MON 02.19 – HUNTSVILLE, AL – VON BRAUN CENTER

WED 02.21 – TALLAHASSEE, FL – LEON COUNTY CIVIC CENTER

THU 02.22 – ORLANDO, FL – TD WATERHOUSE CENTRE

FRI 02.23 – FT. LAUDERDALE, FL – BANKATLANTIC CENTER

SAT 02.24 – TAMPA, FL – ST. PETE TIMES FORUM

SUN 02.25 – FT. MYERS, FL – GERMAIN ARENA

TUE 02.27 – MIAMI, FL – BANKUNITED CENTER

THU 03.01 – COLUMBIA, SC – COLONIAL CENTER

FRI 03.02 – NORFOLK, VA – CONSTANT CENTER

SAT 03.03 – CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – JOHN PAUL JONES ARENA

SUN 03.04 – KNOXVILLE, TN – THOMPSON-BOLING ARENA

TUE 03.06 – RICHMOND, VA – RICHMOND COLISEUM

THU 03.08 – YOUNGSTOWN, OH – CHEVROLET CENTRE

FRI 03.09 – WASHINGTON D.C. – PATRIOT CENTER

SAT 03.10 – ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – ETESS ARENA

SUN 03.11 – RALEIGH, NC – RBC CENTER

TUE 03.13 – COLUMBUS, GA – COLUMBUS CIVIC CENTER ARENA

THU 03.15 – EVANSVILLE, IN – ROBERTS STADIUM

FRI 03.16 – MEMPHIS, TN – DESOTO CIVIC CENTER

SAT 03.17 – LOUISVILLE, KY – FREEDOM HALL

SUN 03.18 – DAYTON, OH – NUTTER CENTER

TUE 03.20 – BINGHAMTON, NY – VETERANS MEMORIAL ARENA

WED 03.21 – SYRACUSE, NY – WAR MEMORIAL AT ONCENTER

THU 03.22 – BUFFALO, NY – HSBC ARENA

FRI 03.23 – ORILLIA, ONT CAN – CASINO RAMA ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

SAT 03.24 – DETROIT, MI – PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS

SUN 03.25 – GRAND RAPIDS, MI – VAN ANDEL ARENA

TUE 03.27 – GREEN BAY, WI – RESCH CENTER

WED 03.28 – DULUTH, MN – DECC ARENA

FRI 03.30 – ST. PAUL, MN – XCEL ENERGY CENTER

SAT 03.31 – KANSAS CITY, MO – KEMPER ARENA

SUN 04.01 – WICHITA, KS – KANSAS COLISEUM

TUE 04.03 – PEORIA, IL – PEORIA CIVIC CENTER ARENA

WED 04.04 – DEKALB, IL – CONVOCATION CENTER OF NIU

THU 04.05 – SIOUX CITY, IA – TYSON EVENTS CENTER

FRI 04.06 – FARGO, ND – FARGODOME

SAT 04.07 – SIOUX FALLS, SD – SIOUX FALLS ARENA

MON 04.09 – ROCHESTER, MN – MAYO CIVIC CENTER ARENA

TUE 04.10 – MADISON, WI – KOHL CENTER

WED 04.11 – COLUMBIA, MO – MIZZOU ARENA

FRI 04.13 – BIRMINGHAM, AL – BJCC ARENA

SAT 04.14 – NEW ORLEANS, LA – NEW ORLEANS ARENA

SUN 04.15 – MOBILE, AL – MOBILE CIVIC CENTER ARENA

TUE 04.17 – GREENVILLE, SC – BI-LO CENTER

THU 04.19 – PHILADELPHIA, PA – WACHOVIA CENTER

FRI 04.20 – HERSHEY, PA – GIANT CENTER

SAT 04.21 – BALTIMORE, MD – 1st MARINER CENTER

SUN 04.22 – WILKES-BARRE, PA – WACHOVIA ARENA

–by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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