A Perfect Circle Firm Up Tour Dates

A Perfect Circle make the rounds on headlining tour
Posted Jul 14, 2000 at 12:00am
After finishing up the Canadian Summersault 2000 tour (with Smashing Pumpkins and the Foo Fighters) in mid-August, post-Tool outfit A Perfect Circle will make the rounds in America on their own solo outing, beginning Aug. 18 in Boston. The band -- which sports Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan as its singer -- had plenty of time to get its act together opening for Nine Inch Nails, a band for whom Circle guitarist Billy Howerdel was once a guitar tech.

After A Perfect Circle's tour wraps Sept. 16 in Houston, Tex., Keenan is scheduled to join his former band to finish working on Tool's new album with producer David Bottrill. Meanwhile, A Perfect Circle's drummer Josh Freese -- who's played with Guns N' Roses, Paul Westerberg and the Vandals -- released his solo album, The Notorious One Man Orgy, this week.

A Perfect Circle's tour dates:

8/18: Boston, MA, Avalon
8/19: New York, NY, Roseland
8/20: Philadelphia, PA, Electric Factory
8/21: Washington, DC, Nation
8/23: Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle
8/25: Detroit, MI, State Theater
8/26: Cleveland, OH, Agora
8/27: Chicago, IL, Riviera Theater
8/29: Minneapolis, MN, TBD
8/30: Kansas City, MO, Memorial Hall
9/1: Denver, CO, TBD
9/2: Salt Lake City, UT, Salt Air Pavilion
9/4: Seattle, WA, Paramount
9/5: Portland, OR, TBD
9/6: San Francisco, CA, Warfield
9/8: Los Angeles, CA, Palladium
9/10: San Diego, CA, TBD
9/12: Phoenix, AZ, TBD
9/14: Dallas, TX, Bronco Bowl
9/15: Austin, TX, TBD
9/16: Houston, TX, Ariel Theater

Written by JENNIFER VINEYARD for RollingStone.com News

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