August 22, 2001 9:20


The stellar bill moves all across the United States...

CYPRESS HILL will be joined by the DEFTONES, BUSTA RHYMES, REDMAN and FEAR FACTORY amongst others when they take their annual 'SMOKE OUT' show on the road this autumn.

The band will move the event from its Los Angeles base to New York, San Francisco and Hawaii The event kicks off on September 29.

Method Man, Erick Sermon & Keith Murray, Suicidal Tendencies,
Afroman, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Kottonmouth Kings, NOFX (Los Angeles and San Francisco only) Armand Van Helden and DJ Sneak have also been confirmed to appear. More names will be unveiled in the coming weeks.
This marks the fourth annual 'Smoke Out' event.

The dates are as follows:
Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center (September 29)
Devore, Ca, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavillion (October 6)
Oakland, Ca, Oakland Coliseum (13)
Honolulu, Hawaii, Kualoa Ranch (14)

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