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Published: 2011/04/26

O.A.R. Announces Summer Tour

O.A.R., which has a few select spring dates on the horizon, has just announced its summer tour. From July 6 through August 13 the group will perform at a variety of venues from ballrooms to amphitheatres. One highlight is the band’s July 29 appearance in Morrison, CO at Red Rocks. As previously announced the group also will appear at two DMB Caravan events (scheduled for June 24-26 in Atlantic City and July 8-10 in Chicago). In addition to the group’s back catalog, O.A.R. pledges to share some of the material from its next studio release at these gigs.

Next up for O.A.R. is a gig at the Movin’ On Spring Music Festival in University Park, PA on Friday.

O.A.R Summer Tour Dates

June 24th -26th Atlantic City, NJ DMB Caravan at Bader Field
July 6th Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Summerfest
July 8th – 10th Chicago, IL DMB Caravan Chicago at
Lakeside
July 9th Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
July 12th Richmond, VA Innsbrook Afterhours at The
Snagajob.com Pavilion
July 14th Raleigh, NC Raleigh Boutique Downtown
Amphitheatre
July 15th Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Uptown
Amphitheatre
July 16th Charleston, SC Family Circle Magazine
Stadium
July 17th Birmingham, AL Sloss Furnaces
July 20th Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
July 21st Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion at Riverbend
Music Center
July 23rd Rochester, MI Meadow Brook Music
Festival
July 26th Des Moines, IA Val Air Ballroom
July 27th Kansas City, MO Crossroads
July 29th Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
August 5th Cleveland, OH Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
August 7th Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 10th Boston, MA Bank of America Pavilion
August 11th Burlington, VT Lake Champlain Maritime
Festival (Burlington Waterfront Park)
August 12th Hartford, CT The Comcast Theatre
August 13th Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion

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Bilsen April 27, 2011, 01:53:21

Not a jam band, and having interviewed the band, they don’t think they’re a jam band either and aren’t sure why the jam band community has “embraced” them. Why give them the press here? Not every band deserves it.

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