Placebo, Reel Big Fish

Placebo: The neo-glam rockers will be coming around in support of their second album, Without You I'm Nothing. Joining them on the road are industrial-rockers Stabbing Westward.

Placebo Tour Dates:

Feb. 25; Pittsburgh, Pa., Metropol

Feb. 26; Baltimore, Md., WHFS Radio Show

Feb. 27; Norfolk, Va., Boathouse

Mar. 1; Charlotte, N.C., Tremont Music Hall

Mar. 2; Charleston, S.C., Music Farm

Mar. 3; Lake Buena Vista, Fla., House of Blues

Mar. 5; Hallandale, Fla., Button South

Mar. 6; St. Petersburg, Fla., Jannus Landing

Mar. 8; Atlanta, Ga., Roxy Theatre

Mar. 12; Tulsa, Okla., Cain's Ballroom

Mar. 13; Lawrence, Kan., Granada Theatre

Mar. 15; St. Louis, Mo., Karma

Mar. 16; Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall

Mar. 17; Cincinnati, Ohio, Bogart's

Mar. 19; Toronto, Ontario, Warehouse

Mar. 20; Montreal, Quebec, Le Spectrum

Mar. 22; Boston, Mass., Avalon

Mar. 23; Providence, R.I., Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

Mar. 24; Old Bridge, N.J., Birch Hill Nite Club

Mar. 26; Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory

Mar. 27; Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club

Mar. 29-30; New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza

April 1; Cleveland, Ohio, Odeon Concert Club

April 2; Pontiac, Mich., Clutch Cargo

April 3; Chicago, Ill., Riviera Theatre

April 5; Milwaukee, Wis., Rave

April 6; Minneapolis, Minn., Quest Club

Reel Big Fish: The ska-punkers take to the road, supporting their latest release, Why Do They Rock So Hard? Punk-rockers Zebrahead will be opening on all dates.

Reel Big Fish Tour Dates:

Feb. 5; Ft. Collins, Colo., Oggie Theatre

Feb. 6; Grand Junction, Colo., Mesa Theatre & Club

Feb. 7; Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre

Feb. 8; Omaha, Neb., Ranch Bowl Entertainment Center

Feb. 9; Minneapolis, Minn., The Quest

Feb. 10; Fargo, N.D., Playmaker's Pavilion

Feb. 11; Tea, S.D., Twisters

Feb. 12; Milwaukee, Wis., The Rave

Feb. 13; Madison, Wis., Barrymore Theatre

Feb. 14; Des Moines, Iowa, The Safari

Feb. 16; Chicago, Ill., House of Blues

Feb. 17; La Crosse, Wis., Hollywood Theatre

Feb. 18; St. Louis, Mo., Mississippi Nights

Feb. 19; Cincinnati, Ohio, Bogart's

Feb. 20; Pittsburgh, Pa., Metropol

Feb. 21; Cleveland, Ohio, The Odeon

Feb. 22; Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall

Feb. 23; Pontiac, Mich., Clutch Cargo

Feb. 24; Toledo, Ohio., Main Event

Feb. 26-27; New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza

Feb. 28; Clifton Park, N.Y., Northern Lights

Mar. 1; New Haven, Conn., Toad's Place

Mar. 2; Providence, R.I., Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

Mar. 3; Poughkeepsie, N.Y., The Chance

Cardigans: The Swedish pop band is making a second, more extensive tour of the

States in support of their latest album, Gran Turismo. Fellow Swedes Kent will join them on the North American dates.

Cardigans Tour Dates:

Feb. 4; New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza

Feb. 5; Providence, R.I., Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

Feb. 6; Boston, Mass., Roxy

Feb. 8; Montreal, Quebec, Le Spectrum

Feb. 9; Toronto, Ontario, Guvernment

Feb. 10; London, Ontario, Embassy

Feb. 12; Detroit, Mich., St. Andrew's Hall

Feb. 13; Chicago, Ill., Metro/Smart Bar

Feb. 14; Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue

Feb. 17; Seattle, Wash., King Kat Theatre

Feb. 18; Portland, Ore., La Luna

Feb. 20; San Francisco, Calif., Fillmore

Feb. 21; Pomona, Calif., Glass House

Feb. 22; Hollywood, Calif., Palace

Feb. 23; San Diego, Calif., Soma

Soul Coughing: The quirky pop quartet is hitting the road in support of their third album, El Oso.

Soul Coughing Tour Dates:

Feb. 4; Las Vegas, Nev., Hard Rock Hotel - The Joint

Feb. 5; San Diego, Calif., Cox Arena

Feb. 6; West Hollywood, Calif., Hollywood Palladium

Feb. 8; Visalia, Calif., Visalia Convention Center

Feb. 9; Sacramento, Calif., Memorial Auditorium

Feb. 12; Pullman, Wash., Beasley Coliseum

Feb. 13; Seattle, Wash., Seattle Center Mercer Arena

Feb. 14; Salem, Ore., Salem Armory

Feb. 16; Boise, Idaho, BSU Pavilion

Feb. 17; Bozeman, Mont., Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

Feb. 19; West Valley, Utah, E Center

Feb. 20; Denver, Colo., Mammoth Events Center

Feb. 22; Lincoln, Neb., Pershing Auditorium

Feb. 23; Fargo, N.D., Civic Memorial Auditorium

Feb. 25; St. Paul, Minn., Roy Wilkins Auditorium

Feb. 26; Milwaukee, Wis., Milwaukee Auditorium

Feb. 27; Chicago, Ill., Aragon Theatre

Mar. 1; Terre Haute, Ind., ISU Hulman Center

Mar. 2; Kalamazoo, Mich., Wings Stadium

Mar. 3; Detroit, Mich., State Theater

Mar. 5; Pittsburgh, Pa., Crane

Mar. 6; Washington, D.C., Bender Arena

Mar. 7; Geneseo, N.Y., SUNY/ Geneseo

Mar. 9; Lewiston, Maine, Central Maine Civic Center

Mar. 10; Lowell, Mass., Tsongas Arena

Mar. 11; Burlington, Vt., Burlington Memorial Auditorium

Mar. 13; Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory

Mar. 14; New York, N.Y., Roseland