May 21, 2004 14:39


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Courtney Love’s first US tour dates in support of 'AMERICA'S SWEETHEART' have started to surface.

Tickets go on sale today (May 21) for her show at Boston’s Avalon Ballroom (June 23) and on Saturday for dates in Norfolk, VA (June 26), Pittsburgh, PA (June 29) and Los Angeles, CA (July 23rd).

Courtney Love’s lawyers recently filed a 977B waiver in the Los Angeles courtroom currently hearing two charges against her for felony drug possession. The waiver grants her the legal ability to miss the usually mandatory felony court appearances, during the pre-trial phase, enabling her to tour.

Courtney Love will have to return to court in Beverly Hills once the trial begins.

Courtney Love’s tour will call at:
Providence Lupo’s The Strand (June 19)
Boston Avalon Ballroom (23)
Philadelphia Electric Factory (25)
Norfolk The Novva (26)
Washington DC Nation (29)
Pittsburg Rock Club (30)

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