Cyndi Lauper, Add N to X

Cyndi Lauper: The squeaky-voiced pop singer, who scored '80s hits with "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and "Time After Time," will bop around the country opening for Cher this summer. Her cover of "Disco Inferno," remixed by Soul Solution, was featured in the 1998 film "Night at the Roxbury."

Cyndi Lauper Tour Dates:

July 17; Mansfield, Mass.; Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts

July 19; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre

July 21; Montreal, Quebec; Molson Centre

July 23; Auburn Hills, Mich.; Palace of Auburn Hills

July 24; Moline, Ill.; Mark of the Quad Cities

July 27; Noblesville, Ind.; Deer Creek Music Theatre

July 28; Cincinnati, Ohio; Firstar Center

July 30; Tinley Park, Ill.; New World Music Theatre

July 31; St. Louis, Mo.; Kiel Center

Aug. 2; Milwaukee, Wis.; Bradley Center

Aug. 4; Minneapolis, Minn.; Target Center

Aug. 5; Bonner Springs, Kan.; Sandstone Amphitheatre

Aug. 7; Denver, Colo.; McNichols Arena

Aug. 10; Edmonton, Alberta; Skyreach Centre

Aug. 11; Calgary, Alberta; Saddledome

Aug. 13; Vancouver, British Columbia; General Motors Place

Aug. 14; Seattle, Wash.; Key Arena at Seattle Center

Aug. 17; Mountain View, Calif.; Shoreline Amphitheatre

Aug. 18; Concord, Calif.; Concord Pavilion

Aug. 20-21; Anaheim, Calif.; Arrowhead Pond

Aug. 24; San Diego, Calif.; Cox Arena

Aug. 28–29; Las Vegas, Nev.; MGM Grand Garden





Add N to X: The pioneering British avant-garde electronica trio are taking their self-described "avant-hard" musical style on the road, opening for techno-punks Atari Teenage Riot. According to their website, Add N to X are "interested in exploiting interruption and loss in the cacophonic malaise, revealing schizophrenic couplings." Their next EP, Revenge of the Black Regent, is due Aug. 9.

Add N to X Tour Dates:

July 18; Washington, D.C.; Black Cat

July 19; New York, N.Y.; Bowery Ballroom

July 21; Detroit, Mich.; Shelter

July 22; Chicago, Ill.; Metro

July 24; Seattle, Wash.; RCKNDY

July 26; San Francisco, Calif.; Great American Music Hall

July 27; Los Angeles, Calif.; Troubadour

July 28; Pomona, Calif.; Glass House





June of 44: The prolific Chicago rock quartet, comprised of members of

Codeine, Lungfish and Rodan, among others, is playing a few U.S. dates this

month before embarking on an extensive tour of Europe. The group's

percussion-focused fourth full-length album, Anahata, was released June 8.

June of 44 Tour Dates:

July 17; Minneapolis, Minn.; 400 Bar

July 20; Seattle, Wash.; Breakroom

July 21; Portland, Ore.; Satyricon

July 22; Eugene, Ore.; Sam Bond's Garage

July 23; San Francisco, Calif.; Great American Music Hall

July 24; Long Beach, Calif.; Di Piazzi's Lava Lounge

July 25; La Jolla, Calif.; Che Cafe





Andrew Tosh: The son of late Wailer Peter Tosh will hit California and

Colorado in July and August. The reggae singer got his start performing at his

father's funeral in 1987.

Andrew Tosh Tour Dates:

July 17; Santa Cruz, Calif.; Palookaville

July 18; Lake Tahoe, Calif.; Reggae at the Lake

July 20; Arcata, Calif.; Arcata Theatre

Aug. 21; Morrison, Colo.; Red Rocks Amphitheatre