Panic At The Disco, Dashboard Confessional to co-headline tour

Plain White T's join on 'Rock Band' outing

Panic! At The Disco and Dashboard Confessional have been line-up to co-headline the first ever Rock Band Live tour this fall in North America,

Plain White T’s and The Cab will join the bands on the outing, which will see fans compete in head-to-head Rock Band video game competitions for the chance to play on the main stage in-between the tour acts’ sets. Bands will be selected through local radio promotions, national contests and on-site at each show.

“I’m practicing my Rock Band drumming,” Dashboard Confessional singer Chris Carrabba joked, “With any luck I’ll win a spot on stage to show what I can REALLY do.”


As previously reported, Panic! At The Disco are among the acts who will be featured on Rock Band 2, coming out in September.

The dates are:

San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena (October 5)

Glendale, AZ Arena (8)

Las Vegas, NV Hard Rock Outdoors (9)


Los Angeles, CA Staples Center (10)

San Jose, CA San Jose Events Center (11)

Sacramento, CA Arco Arena (12)

Everett, WA Everett Event Center (14)

West Valley City, UT The E Center (16)

Broomfield, CO Broomfield Events Center (17)

Lincoln, NE Pershing Center (18)

St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center (19)

Minneapolis, MN Target Center (21)

Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena (22)

Ypsilanti, MI Eastern Michigan University (23)

Toronto, Ontario Arrow Hall (24)

Bridgeport, CT Arena at Harbor Yard (28)

Lowell, MA Tsongas Arena (29)

Fairfax, VA Patriot Center (31)

Philadelphia, PA – Spectrum (November 1)

Newark, NJ Prudential Center (2)

Duluth, GA Gwinnett Center (4)

Tampa, FL USF Sundome (6)

Coral Gables, FL BankUnited Center at the University of Miami (7)

Gainesville, FL University of Florida/O’Connell Center (8)

Orlando, FL UCF Arena (9)

Bossier City, LA CenturyTel Center (11)

Grand Prairie, TX Nokia Theatre (12)

Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center (13)

Houston, TX Reliant Arena (14)

–By our New York staff.

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