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John Mellencamp Reveals Spring 2011 Tour Dates

Photo Courtesy - Rounder Records(NEW YORK) -- John Mellencamp has announced a batch of spring tour dates to add to his already announced winter tour schedule, which starts Oct. 29.  The spring dates begin Feb. 10 in Toronto, Ontario and will end on April 28 in Ames, Iowa.

Tickets for these shows will go on sale Friday, Oct. 29 at 10:00 a.m. ET.  You can buy them at Mellencamp's official website.

Here are the spring dates for Mellencamp's tour:

2/10 -- Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Massey Hall
2/19 -- New York City, NY, Radio City Music Hall
4/1 -- Grand Prairie, TX, Verizon Theatre|
4/2 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theatre
4/3 -- Houston, TX, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
4/6 -- Denver, CO, Temple Buell Theatre
4/8 -- Los Angeles, CA, Nokia Theatre
4/9 -- San Francisco, CA, The Warfield
4/12 -- Seattle, WA, McCaw Hall at Seattle Center
4/13 -- Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Orpheum Theatre
4/15 -- Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
4/19 -- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, TCU Place
4/22 -- Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Conexus Arts Centre
4/27 -- Omaha, Nebraska, Omaha Civic Music Hall
4/28 -- Ames, IA, Stephens Auditorium

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