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Incubus land the opening slot on The Deftones tour. 


10-04-00 4:00 PM PST antiGUY
You may have seen them on the Ozzfest this year, you've probably heard their two best selling full length CD's and recent EP. Now you may have the opportunity to see Incubus live again.  Riding high on the platinum success of their second full length release "Make Yourself" and the EP "When Incubus Attacks, Volume 1." Incubus will be joining The Deftones on a North American tour that will kick off on Oct 13th in Seattle, Washington. 

So if you didn't get enough of Incubus from their main stage appearances on the Ozzfest this past summer here is your second chance to catch their live show in person. 

The Deftones with Incubus
  10-13     Mercer Arena  - Seattle, WA
10-14     PNE Center -   Vancouver, BC
10-15     The Armory -   Salem, OR
10-17     Events Center  - San Jose, CA
10-18     Events Center - Reno, NV
10-20     County Bowl -  Santa Barbara, CA
10-21     Coors Amphitheater - San Diego, CA
10-23     Bren Events Center - Irvine, CA
10-24     Universal Amphitheatre - Universal City, CA
10-25/26  The Joint - Las Vegas, NV
10-27     Mesa Amphitheater - Mesa, AZ
10-28     El Paso Co. Coliseum -  El Paso, TX
10-30     Sunken Garden Amphitheatre - San Antonio, TX
10-31     Lavilla Real Convention Center -  McAllen, TX
11-1     Fair Park Coliseum - Fair Park, TX
11-2     Areial Theatre -  Houston, TX
11-3     Riverfest Amphitheater -  Littlerock, AR
11-5     Univ. of North Florida -  Jacksonville, FL
11-6     International Ballroom - Atlanta, GA
11-18    Asbury Convention Hall - Asbury Park, NJ
11-19    Roseland - New York, NY
More dates TBA

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