Counting Crows, The Wallflowers spend summer trekking across U.S.

Counting Crows and The Wallflowers will take to the road this summer, working their way across North America in support of their respective 2012 efforts. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Counting Crows and The Wallflowers will take to the road this summer, working their way across North America in support of their respective 2012 efforts.

The two alt-rock acts will begin the five-week journey with a June 14 show in Farmingville, NY, and continue for another 20 stops, wrapping up July 21 in Costa Mesa, CA.

Tickets for most shows go on sale Friday (4/26).

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Counting Crows unveiled their sixth studio effort, "Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation)," in April 2012 via Cooking Vinyl. The collection of cover songs peaked at No. 11 on The Billboard 200 and at No. 3 on the magazine's Top Alternative Albums chart.

The Wallflowers released "Glad All Over," their first studio set in seven years, in October via Columbia Records.

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June 2013
14 - Farmingville, NY - Pennysaver Amphitheater
15 - Big Flats, NY - The Summer Stage at Tag's
18 - Boston, MA - Bank of America Pavilion
19 - Hampton, NH - Hampton Beach Casino
21 - Mashantucket, CT - Foxwoods
22 - Belleville, Ontario - Big Music Fest
24 - Red Bank, NJ - Count Basie Theater
25 - Vienna, VA - Filene Center at Wolf Trap
28 - Buffalo, NY - Buffalo Place Rocks the Harbor
30 - Atlantic City, NJ - Borgata

July 2013
2 - Verona, NY - Turning Stone
4 - Rochester Hills, MI - Meadow Brook
6 - St. Louis, MO - Fair St. Louis
7 - Chicago, IL - Charter One
9 - Minneapolis, MN - Myth
10 - Winnipeg, Manitoba - Centennial Concert Hall
15 - Woodinville, WA - Chateau Ste. Michelle
17 - Livermore, CA - Wente Vineyards
18 - San Francisco, CA - America's Cup Pavilion
20 - Las Vegas, NV - Mandalay Bay Pool
21 - Costa Mesa, CA - Orange County Fair

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