|2006 Virgin College Mega Tour-Yellowcard To Headline|
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|Written by AVRev.com|
|Friday, 17 March 2006|
Virgin Megastores, a subsidiary of Virgin Entertainment Group and Integrate Marketing (tour producer) announce the complete main stage lineup of the Virgin College Mega Tour (VCMT), presented by Dentyne Soft Chew Gum. Capitol recording artist, Yellowcard, will headline the 2006 Virgin College Mega Tour, along with support from Mae. The tour will visit 20 cities beginning in April 7th in Pomona, NJ. Yellowcard’s new album Lights and Sounds entered the Billboard Top 200 at #5 and landed at #1 on the Alternative Album chart. The title track and first single was a fast hit at radio, and its video is currently in “Big 10” rotation at MTV and is the most played video at MTV2.
Supporting Yellowcard on the main stage will be Mae who have wrapped up the video for “Someone Else’s Arms,” Mae is preparing to re-release their 2005 effort, The Everglow in early April. Rounding out the main stage and first up during the evening portion will be Virgin recording artists Over It.
All artists will be featured at Virgin Megastores through the tour, as well as, the listening stations in the daytime village. VCMT’s daytime “village” will include an Emerging Artist stage, the Dentyne karaoke booth, the traveling MLB experience “Access To The Show,” Pontiac vehicles, and other games, prizes and demonstrations of the latest and greatest gadgets for the college circle.
VIRGIN COLLEGE MEGA TOUR DATES:
April 7: Pomona, NJ, Richard Stockton College of NJ/The Sports Complex
April 8: Williamsport, PA, Lycoming College Recreation Ctr.
April 12: College Station, TX, A&M University/Reed Arena
April 13: Norman, OK, University of OK/McCasland Field
April 17: San Jose, CA, San Jose State U/Events Center
April 18: San Diego, CA, San Diego State U/Cox Arena
April 19: Pomona, CA, Cal Poly/Kellogg Gymnasium
April 21: Salt Lake City, UT, University of Utah/Free Speech
April 22: Ft. Collins, CO, Colorado State University/Moby Arena
April 24:Wichita, KS, Wichita State U/Charles Koch Arena
April 26: Mt. Peasant, MI, Central MI University/Rose Arena
April 28: Dartmouth, MA, University of Massachusetts/Tripp Athletic Ctr
April 29: Towson, MD, Towson University/Burdick Field
April 30: Rochester, NY, SUNY Brockport
May 2 : Carbondale, IL, Southern IL University/Arena
May 3 : Champaign, IL, University of IL
May 4 : Whitewater, WI, University of WI/Whitewater Center
May 6 : Columbus, OH, Ohio State University/Schottenstein Center