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Ween: The satirical and hilariously vulgar duo of decadence will be touring for the summer in support of their new two-CD live album, Paintin' The Town Brown: Ween Live '90–'98. Heavy-rockers Queens of the Stone Age will open for part of the tour.

Ween Tour Dates

July 24; Montreal, Quebec; Cabaret Music Hall

July 25; Toronto, Ontario; Guvernment

July 26; Cleveland, Ohio; Agora Theater

July 28; Apple Valley, Minn.; Minnesota Zoo Amphitheater

July 29; Iowa City, Iowa; Union Bar

July 30; Lincoln, Neb.; Royal Grove

July 31; Vail, Colo.; Garton's

Aug. 2; Vancouver, British Columbia; Rage

Aug. 3–4; Seattle, Wash.; Pier 62/63

Aug. 6; San Francisco, Calif.; Warfield (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 7; Las Vegas, Nev.; House Of Blues (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 8; Hollywood, Calif.; Palace (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 9; San Diego, Calif.; Casbah (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 10; Phoenix, Ariz.; Cooperstown (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 11; Albuquerque, N.M.; Sunshine Theater/Paramount (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 13, Austin, Texas; Stubb's Barbecue (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 14; Dallas, Texas; Deep Ellum Live (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 15; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Will Rogers Theater (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 16; Lawrence, Kan.; Liberty Hall (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 19; Birmingham, Ala.; Sloss Furnace (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 20; New Orleans, La.; House Of Blues (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 21; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Jannus Landing (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 22; Lake Buena Vista, Fla.; House Of Blues (with Queens of the Stone Age)

Aug. 25; Winston-Salem, N.C.; Ziggy's

Sep. 5; Seattle, Wash.; Bumbershoot Festival





Barry Manilow: The schmalzy crooner, who got his start writing advertising jingles in the '60s and later played piano for Bette Midler in New York City's gay bathhouses, will be touring into the early autumn.

Barry Manilow Tour Dates:

July 24–25; San Diego, Calif.; Symphony Hall

July 29–Aug. 1; Rosemont, Ill.; Rosemont Theater

Aug. 5; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Blossom Music Center

Aug. 6; Bristow, Va.; Nissan Pavilion

Aug. 7; Burgettstown, Pa.; Star Lake Amphitheater

Aug. 13; Clarkston, Mich.; Pine Knob Music Theater

Aug. 14; Columbus, Ohio; Polaris Amphitheater

Aug. 15; Noblesville, Ind.; Deer Creek Music Center

Aug. 19–20; Holmdel, N.J.; P.N.C. Bank Arts Center

Aug. 21–22; Wantagh, N.Y.; Jones Beach Amphitheater

Aug. 24; Canandaigua, N.Y.; Finger Lakes P.A.C.

Aug. 26; Camden, N.J.; Blockbuster — Sony Center

Aug. 27–28; Boston, Mass.; BankBoston Pavilion

Sep. 3; Cincinnati, Ohio; Riverbend Music Center

Sep. 4; Maryland Heights., Miss.; Riverport Amphitheater

Sep. 5; Bonner Springs, Kan.; Sandstone Amphitheater

Sep. 9; Los Angeles, Calif.; Greek Theater

Sep. 11; Los Angeles, Calif.; Greek Theater

Sep. 17; Puyallup, Wash.; Puyallup Fairgrounds





Jewel: The Alaska-born folk-pop singer/songwriter is on tour to promote her latest album, Spirit. Aside from her appearance at Woodstock '99 on Sunday (July 25), she is joined on all dates by eclectic rockers Rusted Root and Rugburns leader Steve Poltz.

Jewel Tour Dates:

July 24; Wantagh, N.Y.; Jones Beach Amphitheater

July 25; Rome, N.Y.; Woodstock '99

July 27; Mansfield, Mass.; Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts

July 28; Hartford, Conn.; Meadows Music Theatre

July 30; Columbia, Md.; Merriweather Post

July 31; Darien Center, N.Y.; Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Aug. 1; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre

Aug. 3; Burgettstown, Pa.; Star Lake Amphitheatre

Aug. 4; Camden, N.J.; E-Center

Aug. 6; Cincinnati, Ohio; Riverbend Music Center

Aug. 7; Noblesville, Ind.; Deer Creek Music Center

Aug. 8; Clarkston, Mich.; Pine Knob Music Theatre

Aug. 10; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Blossom Music Center

Aug. 11; Columbus, Ohio; Polaris Amphitheater

Aug. 13; Tinley Park, Ill.; World Music Theater

Aug. 14; Milwaukee, Wis.; Marcus Amphitheatre

Aug. 15; St. Paul, Minn.; Roy Wilkins Auditorium

Aug. 17; Bonner Springs, Kan.; Sandstone Amphitheatre

Aug. 18; Maryland Heights, Mont.; Riverport Amphitheatre

Aug. 20; Virginia Beach, Va.; Virginia Beach Amphitheater

Aug. 21; Raleigh, N.C.; Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

Aug. 22; Knoxville, Tenn.; World's Fair Park

Aug. 25; Atlanta, Ga.; Chastain Park Amphitheatre

Aug. 27; Orlando, Fla.; UCF Arena

Aug. 28; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Coral Sky Amphitheatre





Allman Brothers Band: The southern rockers, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995, are celebrating their 30th anniversary with a summer tour. The latest addition to the band is guitarist Derek Trucks, nephew of founding drummer Butch Trucks.

Allman Brothers Band Tour Dates:

July 24; Dallas, Texas; Starplex Amphitheatre

July 25; Austin, Texas; Backyard

July 27; Mesa, Ariz.; Mesa Amphitheatre

July 28; Las Vegas, Nev.; Hard Rock Hotel

July 30; Bakersfield, Calif.; Centennial Garden

July 31; Los Angeles, Calif.; Greek Theatre

Aug. 1; Mountain View, Calif.; Shoreline Amphitheatre

Aug. 3; Concord, Calif.; Concord Pavilion

Aug. 5; Portland, Ore.; Portland Meadows

Aug. 6; Seattle, Wash.; Summer Nights Pier

Aug. 20; Mansfield, Mass.; Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts

Aug. 21; Darien Center, N.Y; Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Aug. 22; Clarkston, Mich.; Pine Knob Music Theatre

Aug. 27; Wantagh, N.Y.; Jones Beach Amphitheater

Aug. 28; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; Performing Arts Center

Aug. 29; Holmdel, N.J.; PNC Bank Arts Center

Aug. 31; Syracuse, N.Y.; New York State Fair

Sept. 1; Allentown, Pa.; Allentown Fair

Sept. 3; Pelham, Ala.; Oak Mountain Amphitheater

Sept. 4; Atlanta, Ga.; Lakewood Amphitheatre

Sept. 5; Raleigh, N.C.; Walnut Creek Amphitheatre