Las Vegas-based Panic at the Disco heads out this week on the eighth annual Honda Civic Tour, playing a pair of long-sold-out shows at...

Las Vegas-based Panic at the Disco heads out this week on the eighth annual Honda Civic Tour, playing a pair of long-sold-out shows at San Francisco’s Warfield Theatre April 10-11. The 42-city, 47-date tour winds down on June 14 at Anaheim’s Theatre at the Honda Center. Also appearing on the bill are Motion City Soundtrack, The Hush Sound and Phantom Planet.

The band will be touring behind “Pretty. Odd.”, the eagerly awaited sophomore album, which has made a solid debut on this week’s SoundScan/Billboard 200 album chart, entering in the #2 spot with sales of 139,000. “Pretty. Odd.”, which follows the band’s RIAA platinum-certified 2005 debut, “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out,” debuted at #1 on SoundScan’s “Current Alternative Albums” chart and #2 on the “Digital Albums” chart.

The Fuled By Ramen record label album marks one of the highest sales and chart debuts in the label’s history, second only to Fall Out Boy. “Nine In The Afternoon,” the first single from “Pretty. Odd.” is a Top 10 smash at Alternative outlets nationwide, while also scoring significant airplay at Top 40, Hot AC, and Triple A.

“Pretty. Odd.” was recorded at Las Vegas’ Studio at the Palms, with additional production and mixing at the world-renowned Abbey Road Studios in London. It was produced by Grammy and Emmy Award-nominated arranger/composer Rob Mathes.

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Honda Civic Tour with Panic At The Disco, Motion City Soundtrack, Phantom Planet and The Hush Sound:



APRIL

10-11 San Francisco, CA Warfield

12 San Diego, CA Soma

13 Phoenix, AZ Mesa Amphitheatre

15 Oklahoma City, OK Brady Theatre

17 Ruston, LA Thomas Assembly Center @ Louisiana Tech

18 Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom

19 Austin, TX Stubb’s BBQ

20 Houston, TX Verizon Wireless Theater

22 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall

23 Miami, FL The Fillmore Miami Beach

24-25 Orlando, FL House of Blues

26-27 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle

29 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues

30 Washington, DC Constitution Hall



MAY

2 Orono, ME Alfond Arena @ the University of Maine

3 Troy, NY RPI Fieldhouse

4 E. Rutherford, NJ The Bamboozle @ Meadowlands

6 Rochester, NY Gordon Fieldhouse @ R.I.T.

7-8 New York, NY Roseland Ballroom

9 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier

10 Wallingford, CT Chevrolet Theatre

11 Boston, MA Bank of America Pavilion

13 Montreal, QUE Metropolis

14 Toronto, ONT The Sound Academy

16 Cleveland, OH Tower City Amphitheatre

17 Columbus, OH The Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

18 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room @ Murat Centre

20 Detroit, MI The Fillmore Theatre

23-24 Chicago, IL Congress Theatre

25 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom

27 Minneapolis, MN Myth

30 St. Louis, MO The Pageant

31 Omaha, NE Westfair Amphitheatre



JUNE

1 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre

3 Denver, CO The Fillmore Auditorium

4 Salt Lake City, UT Salt Air Theatre

6 Vancouver, BC PNE Forum

7 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre

8 Portland, OR Portland Exposition Center

10 Reno, NV Grand Theatre @ Grand Sierra Resort & Casino

13 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl

14 Anaheim, CA The Theatre @ the Honda Center

(The image accompanying this story is from Rock-Sound.net)