Creed Plot Next Leg of 2000 Tour


No rest for Creed, as Stapp and Co. plot fall tour
Posted Oct 27, 2000 at 12:00am
As their Human Clay continues to stay lodged near the top of the charts, Creed continue to plug the multi-platinum album by staying out on the road. Though the band is taking a short breather, they've set up a twelve-date, late-fall tour that kicks off on Nov. 14 in Memphis and winds around the south until wrapping up on Dec. 9 in Baton Rouge.

Finger Eleven has been tapped as the opening act for the first six dates, but the band has yet to announce an opener for the remainder of the tour. One dollar from each ticket sold will go towards Creed frontman Scott Stapp's With Arms Wide Open Foundation, a charity that promotes strong family relationships.

Creed tour dates:

11/14: Memphis, TN, The Pyramid
11/15: Kansas City, MO, Kemper Arena
11/17: Mercedes, TX, Rio Grande Showgrounds
11/19: Jackson, MS, Mississippi Coliseum
11/21: Tampa, FL, Ice Palace
11/22: West Palm Beach, FL, Mars Music Amphitheater
11/25: Bossier City, LA, CenturyTel Center
11/26: Huntsville, AL, Von Braun Civic Center
11/27: Nashville, TN, Gaylord Entertainment Center
12/6: St. Louis, MO, Savvis Center
12/8: Biloxi, MS, Mississippi Coast Coliseum
12/9: Baton Rouge, LA, Riverside Centroplex

Written by ANDREW DANSBY for RollingStone.com News

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