More dates surface for Nintendo Fusion tour
The itinerary for this year's Nintendo Fusion tour--which features headlining act Fall Out Boy--now includes a number of new stops.
Organizers have nailed down October shows in Toronto, Montreal, the Boston area, Philadelphia and Atlanta, as well as a November stop in Seattle. As previously reported, the run kicks off in late September. Details are shown below.
In addition to music, each tour stop will also feature video-game stations where concertgoers can try out new Nintendo Products, according to the company. More information is posted at the tour's website.
Fall Out Boy is backing its latest album, "From Under the Cork Tree," which hit stores in May. The gold-certified set features the cut "Sugar, We're Going Down," the music video for which hit the No. 1 spot on MTV's "Total Request Live."
The group is currently touring the U.S. as part of this summer's Vans Warped Tour.
Pennsylvanian punk-pop outfit The Starting Line issued its sophomore set, "Based on a True Story," in May. The disc debuted at No. 18 on The Billboard 200 album chart thanks to first-week sales of about 40,000 copies.
Minneapolis-based quintet Motion City Soundtrack is hitting the road behind its second album, "Commit This to Memory," which surfaced in June. Blink-182's Mark Hoppus produced the set.
The latest from Canada's Boys Night Out, "Trainwreck," arrived in stores late last month, while Panic! at the Disco delivers its debut album, "The Fever You Can't Sweat Out," the day before the Nintendo Fusion Tour's Sept. 28 kick-off.