On the heels of her film debut, “College Road Trip,” and the April 29 release of her eponymous Hollywood Records album, singer/actress Raven-Symoné will...

On the heels of her film debut, “College Road Trip,” and the April 29 release of her eponymous Hollywood Records album, singer/actress Raven-Symoné will launch a 55-city tour on April 26 in Orlando, FL and continuing through July 13 in Sacramento, CA. Mitchel Musso, known for his role as Oliver Oken on the smash hit show “Hannah Montana,” will be the opening act with B5 and Clique Girlz. Tickets go on sale March 14. AEG Live is the tour’s national promoter.

Symone, one of Disney’s biggest stars of the past few years, is the latest teen sensation hoping to capitalize on their current popularity, much like Miley Cyrus did last year and the Jonas Brothers are doing this year. Cyrus, star of the massively successful “Hannah Montana” TV show, concert tour and movie, became a force in the touring industry though her tour was marked by a ticketing controversy that has led to several states and municipalities trying to change the laws of how concert tickets are sold.

Dubbed the “Pajama Party” tour, young concertgoers at the Symone shows are encouraged to wear their favorite pajamas for a pre-concert slumber party leading up to her performance — on a stage being designed to replicate her own house.

“My message is in this music, and everyone associated with the album captured what I’m trying to say,” Raven-Symoné said in a statement. She has teamed with I Love All Access to provide her fans with a VIP ticket package that includes a photo opportunity, backstage tour, party, and the best seats in the house.

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Raven-Symoné’s 2008 “Pajama Party” U.S. Tour dates:

26-Apr Orlando, FL UCF Arena
28-Apr Sunrise, FL Bank Atlantic Center
29-Apr Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
30-Apr Greenville, SC Bi-Lo Center
2-May Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum
3-May Charlotte, NC Cricket Arena
4-May Huntington, WV Big Sandy Superstore Arena
6-May Richmond, VA Richmond Coliseum
7-May Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum
9-May Pittsburgh, PA Peterson Events Center
10-May Atlantic City, NJ Trump Taj Mahal
11-May Fairfax, VA Patriot Center
13-May Wilkes-Barre, PA Wachovia Arena
14-May Hershey, PA GIANT Center
15-May Long Island, NY Nassau Coliseum
17-May Albany, NY Times Union Center
18-May Newark, NJ Prudential Center
20-May Boston, MA Agganis Arena
21-May Providence, RI Dunkin Donuts Center
23-May Hartford, CT XL Center
24-May Bridgeport, CT Arena at HarborYard
25-May Syracuse, NY WarMemorial at OnCenter
27-May Philadelphia, PA Liacouras Center
28-May Reading, PA Sovereign Center
29-May Cleveland, OH Wolstein Center
31-May Rockford, IL Rockford’s Metro Centre
1-Jun Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena
3-Jun Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
4-Jun Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
6-Jun Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
7-Jun Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
8-Jun Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
10-Jun St. Louis, MO Chaifetz Arena
11-Jun Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
13-Jun Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena
14-Jun Minneapolis, MN Target Center
15-Jun Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center
17-Jun Nashville, TN Sommet Center
18-Jun Duluth, GA Arena at Gwinnett Center
20-Jun Lafayette, LA Cajundome
21-Jun N. Little Rock, AR ALLTEL Arena
22-Jun New Orleans, LA UNO/Lakefront Arena
24-Jun Bossier City, LA CenturyTel Center
25-Jun Houston, TX Reliant Arena
27-Jun San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
28-Jun Grand Prairie, TX Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
1-Jul Salt Lake City, UT The “E” Center
3-Jul Glendale, AZ jobing.com Arena
5-Jul Las Vegas, NV Thomas & Mack Center at UNLV
6-Jul San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena
7-Jul Los Angeles, CA Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live
9-Jul Anaheim, CA Honda Center
11-Jul Reno, NV Reno Events Center
12-Jul Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
13-Jul Sacramento, CA ARCO Arena