Blink-182, Silverchair To Tour North America Together

SoCal pop-punk trio and Aussie rockers will hit theaters and large clubs during monthlong outing.

California pop-punkers Blink-182 and Australian grunge band Silverchair,

who both released new albums earlier this year, will tour North America

together in November.

The tour, which will hit theaters and large clubs, begins Nov. 2 in Mesa,

Ariz., and ends Nov. 20 in Atlanta.

Blink-182 released their third album, Enema of the State, in June.

It debuted at #9 on the Billboard 200 albums chart on the strength

of the characteristically whimsical hit "What's My Age Again?"

(RealAudio

excerpt).

Silverchair's latest album, Neon Ballroom, released in March,

includes the singles "Anthem For the Year 2000" (RealAudio

excerpt) and "Ana's Song (Open Fire)" (RealAudio

excerpt).

Silverchair/Blink-182 tour dates:

Nov. 2; Mesa, Ariz.; Mesa Amphitheater

Nov. 3; San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Cal Poly Event Center

Nov. 4; San Francisco, Calif.; Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Nov. 5; Los Angeles, Calif.; Universal Amphitheater

Nov. 8; St. Paul, Minn.; Roy Wilkins Auditorium

Nov. 10; Toronto, Ontario; Maple Leaf Gardens

Nov. 12; Lowell, Mass.; Tsongas Arena

Nov. 13; New York, N.Y.; Roseland Ballroom

Nov. 14; Asbury Park, N.J.; Convention Hall

Nov. 16; Philadelphia, Pa.; Electric Factory

Nov. 18; Orlando, Fla.; University of Central Florida Arena

Nov. 19; Jacksonville, Fla.; Riverside Music Shed

Nov. 20; Atlanta, Ga.; Tabernacle