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Drowned World Tour dates, according to Madonna's spokesperson:
· 6/5 - Cologne, Germany @ Arena
· 6/9 - Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
· 6/14 - Milan, Italy @ Fila Forum
· 6/19 - Berlin, Germany @ Max Schmeling-Halle
· 6/26 - Paris, France @ Palace Omnisports de Paris Bercy
· 7/4 - London, England @ Earls Court
· 7/21 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Union Center
· 7/25 - New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
· 8/2 - East Rutherford, NJ @ Continental Airlines Arena
· 8/6 - Boston, MA @ Fleet Center
· 8/10 - Washington, DC @ MCI Center
· 8/14 - Miami, FL @ National Car Rental Center
· 8/19 - Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
· 8/25 - Detroit, MI @ Palace of Auburn Hills
· 8/28 - Chicago, IL @ United Center
· 9/1 - Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand
· 9/5 - Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
· 9/9 - Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
Dave Matthews Band Cancels Benefit Show.
The second of two benefit shows during the Dave Matthews Band's visit to its leader's adopted hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, has been canceled due to sluggish ticket sales.
"While I initially thought the fans and the community would be further benefited by the addition of a second show, I now believe we should work within the limits of one show," said DMB manager Coran Capshaw on Thursday (April 12). "To date, ticket sales for the second show do not assure sufficient additional net proceeds for the charitable fund to justify the strain on the community a second show may bring."
The shows, scheduled for April 21 and 22 at University of Virginia's Scott Stadium, were to benefit the Dave Matthews Band's Bama Works Foundation, which the group founded to help aid disadvantaged youth in the Charlottesville area. The April 22 date had been added after initial demand for tickets exceeded the venue's 40,000-seat capacity.
Ticket sales from the first show brought more than $850,000 to the Bama Works Foundation, according to the band's publicist. The second show was expected to add an estimated $1 million to that figure, according to John Redick, director of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Community Foundation, which backs the Bama Works Foundation.
"The band still intends to build up the foundation," Redick said. "Now it will just take a little longer."
Ticketholders for the April 22 benefit can receive a refund by returning tickets to point of purchase, the band's publicist said.
Matthews has lived in Charlottesville since the early 1990s.The band's latest release, Everyday, debuted at #1 in February; it sits at #3 on the Billboard 200 this week and will move to #6 next week.
Shaggy Gets 'Freaky' For Next Single, College Tour.
While the well-mannered "Angel" continues to soar, Shaggy will revert to the player persona portrayed on Hotshot's first single, "It Wasn't Me," for his next potential radio smash. The kinky casting call "Freaky Girl," which sports the chorus "I need a freaky girl .. someone who understands just what a player needs," is expected to surface at radio later this month, according to an MCA Records spokesperson. Shaggy, who's overseas on a promotional tour, is currently considering a video treatment for Hotshot's third single.
Anyone thinking they're freaky enough to pass the audition just might get their chance when the reggae-popster embarks on a brief college tour, beginning Wednesday at the University of Pittsburgh.