Hoku, B*Witched, LFO, Blaque Top Festival Lineup

Nickelodeon All That Music & More tour kicks off June 29 in San Bernardino, Calif.

Pop acts Hoku, B*Witched, LFO and Blaque will highlight this summer's Nickelodeon All That Music & More Festival.

The outing will hit 40 cities starting June 29 in San Bernardino, Calif., and ending Sept. 3 in Saratoga, N.Y. Boy band No Authority also will be aboard for the trek, which the cable channel says will feature at least seven acts in each city. (Sonicnet's parent company, Viacom, also owns Nickelodeon.)

With newcomers dominating the bill, Irish pop group B*Witched qualify as the tour's seasoned veterans, having released their second album, Awake and Breathe, in October. The group's four singers co-wrote all of the album's songs, including the single "Jesse Hold On."

Pop trio LFO will join the tour refreshed from a short break following months of roadwork, including a string of dates opening for teen queen Britney Spears. LFO recently released "I Don't Want to Kiss You Goodnight" (RealAudio excerpt), the third single from their self-titled 1999 debut.

Hawaiian-born singer Hoku, 17, recently broke onto the pop charts with her single "Another Dumb Blonde" (RealAudio excerpt), from her self-titled debut album, due May 2. Her latest single is "How Do I Feel."

R&B group Blaque are #32 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts with "Bring It All to Me," featuring 'N Sync. The song appears on Blaque's self-titled debut album (1999).

The group, whose name stands for "Believing in Life and Achieving a Quest for Unity in Everything," is the brainchild of TLC rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes.

Nick Cannon and Kenan Thompson, stars of Nickelodeon's "All That" sketch-comedy show, will return as the festival's hosts.

Nickelodeon All That Music & More Festival tour dates:

June 29; Devore, Calif.; G.H. Blockbuster Pavilion

June 30; Del Mar, Calif.; Del Mar Fairgrounds

July 1; Las Vegas, Nev.; MGM Grand

July 2; Irvine, Calif.; Irvine Meadows Amphitheater

July 3; Bakersfield, Calif.; Centennial Garden

July 7; Concord, Calif.; Chronicle Pavilion @ Concord

July 8; Mountain View, Calif.; Shoreline Amphitheater

July 9; Marysville, Calif.; Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre

July 11; Phoenix, Ariz.; Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion

July 12; Albuquerque, N.M.; Mesa del Sol Amphitheater

July 14; Houston, Texas; Woodlands Amphitheater

July 15; Dallas, Texas; Six Flags Great Adventure

July 18; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Mars Amphitheater

July 21; Atlanta, Ga.; Lakewood Amphitheater

July 22; Nashville, Tenn.; Amsouth Amphitheater

July 23; Charlotte, N.C.; Carowinds

July 25; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Blossom Music Center

July 26; Columbus, Ohio; Polaris Amphitheater

July 28; St. Louis, Mo.; Riverport Amphitheater

July 30; Ionia, Mich.; Michigan State Fair

Aug. 2; Bonner Springs, Kan.; Sandstone Amphitheatre

Aug. 3; Tinley Park, Ill.; New World Music Theatre

Aug. 4; Noblesville, Ind.; Deer Creek Music Center

Aug. 5; Cincinnati, Ohio; Riverbend Amphitheater

Aug. 6; Clarkston, Mich.; Pine Knob Amphitheater

Aug. 10; State College, Pa.; Penn State College

Aug. 11; Boston, Mass.; Tweeter Center

Aug. 12; Hartford, Conn.; Oakdale Music Theatre

Aug. 13; Darien Lakes, N.Y.; Darien Lakes Six Flags P.A.C.

Aug. 15; Adrian, Mich.; Lanawee County Fair

Aug. 17; Columbia, Md.; Merriweather Post

Aug. 18; Doswell, Va.; Kings Dominion

Aug. 19; Fairfax, Va.; Patriot Center

Aug. 20; Hershey, Pa.; Hershey Park Stadium

Aug. 23; Erie, Pa.; Civic Center

Aug. 24; Burgettstown, Pa.; Post-Gazette Pavilion @ Star Lake

Aug. 26; Holmdel, N.J.; PNC Arts Center

Aug. 27; Scranton, Pa.; Montage Mountain

Aug. 28; Essex Junction, Vt.; Vermont State Fair

Aug. 30; Philadelphia, Pa.; E-Centre

Aug. 31–Sept. 1; Wantagh, N.Y.; Jones Beach Amph

Sept. 2; Allentown, Pa.; State Fair

Sept. 3; Saratoga, N.Y.; Performing Arts Center