Lifehouse Announces New 2010 Tour Dates with Daughtry

LIFEHOUSE TO JOIN DAUGHTRY ON TOUR
FIFTH STUDIO ALBUM “SMOKE & MIRRORS” AVAILABLE MARCH 2ND

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Lifehouse will join Daughtry as special guests on the second leg of their U.S. tour beginning March 18th in Baltimore, MD at the 1st Mariner Arena (see below for a complete list of dates). Chris Daughtry appears on Lifehouse’s much anticipated fifth studio album Smoke & Mirrors, having co-written the track “Had Enough” with Lifehouse lead singer/guitarist Jason Wade and Richard Marx and lending vocals to the song. Smoke & Mirrors is set for release on Geffen Records March 2nd.

“Halfway Gone,” the first single from the forthcoming album, was co-written by Lifehouse lead singer Jason Wade, Kevin Rudolf (“Let It Rock”) and producer Jude Cole (Rocco Deluca, Beth Orton, MoZella) and is THE fastest growing single of Lifehouse’s career, currently in the Top 10 on the Hot AC charts. It is available for purchase now on iTunes.

Below is a complete list of dates Lifehouse will join Daughtry on tour. Please visit LifehouseMusic.com for additional information.

Tour Dates after the jump…

March

18 Baltimore, MD/ 1st Mariner Arena

20 Boston, MA/ Agganis Arena at Boston University

21 Newark, NJ/ Prudential Center

23 Syracuse, NY/ War Memorial at OnCenter

24 Providence, RI/ Dunkin’ Donuts Center

26 Long Island, NY/ Nassau Coliseum

27 Mashantucket, CT/ MGM Grand Theater

28 Albany, NY/ Times Union Center

April

1 Cleveland, OH/ Schottenstein Center

6 St. Louis, MO/ Chaifetz Arena

7 Milwaukee, WI/ Cellular Arena

9 Columbus. OH/ Schottenstein Center

10 Detroit, MI/ Joe Louis Arena

22 West Valley City, UT/ The E Center

23 Nampa, ID/ The Idaho Center

24 Reno, NV/ Reno Events Center

26 Fresno, CA/ SaveMart Center

28 Glendale, AZ/ jobing.com Arena

29 Las Vegas, NV/ Orleans Arena

May

1 San Diego, CA/ San Diego Sports Arena

3 Los Angeles, CA/ NOKIA Theatre LA Live

4 Bakersfield, CA/ Rabobank Arena

6 San Jose, CA/ HP Pavillion at San Jose

7 Sacramento, CA/ Arco Arena

9 Seattle, WA/ WaMu Theater

10 Yakima, W/ Yakima Sun Valleydome border crossing

13 Edmonton, AB/ Rexall Place

14 Saskatoon, SK/ Credit Union Center

15 Regina, SK/ Brandt Center

17 Winnipeg, MB/ MTS Center

19 Minneapolis, MN/ Target Center

21 Green Bay, WI/ Resch Center

22 Rockford, IL/ Rockford MetroCentre

24 Wichita, KS/ INTRUST Bank Arena

25 Kansas City, MO/ Sprint Centre

27 Hoffman Estates, IL/ Sears Centre

28 Grand Rapids, MI/ Van Andel Arena

30 Nashville, TN/ Nashville Arena

June

2 Pittsburgh, PA/ Petersen Events Center

3 Pikeville, KY/ Eastern Kentucky Expo Center

5 Duluth, GA/ Arena at Gwinnett Center

6 N. Charleston, SC/ N. Charleston Coliseum

8 Clemson, SC/ Littlejohn Coliseum

9 Augusta, GA/ James Brown Arena

11 Charlotte, NC/ Time Warner Cable Arena

12 Hampton, VA/ Hampton Coliseum

14 Amherst, MA/ Mullins Center

15 Manchester, NH/ Verizon Wireless Arena

17 Portland, ME/ Cumberland County Civic Center

19 Rochester, NY/ Blue Cross Arena

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