Well-traveled road warriors Rev Theory – Rich Luzzi, Julien Jorgensen, Dave Agoglia, Matt McCloskey and Rikky Lixx – will embark on an expansive two-month...

Well-traveled road warriors Rev Theory – Rich Luzzi, Julien Jorgensen, Dave Agoglia, Matt McCloskey and Rikky Lixx – will embark on an expansive two-month summer tour. The trek will hit amphitheaters, theaters, clubs and festivals and kicks off July 5 in Des Moines, IA and ends September 20 in Maryland Heights, MO.

Rev Theory is touring behind the July 10 release of “Light It Up,” which marks the inaugural release from Maloof Music, a joint venture between the famed Maloof Brothers, who have already made their mark in sports, food & beverages, and Interscope Records.

“We’re music buffs and music fans, and Rev Theory blew us away with their presence and power,” said Phil Maloof in a statement. He oversees Maloof Music, the latest venture from the family that transformed the Las Vegas strip with the Palms hotel.

“We can, and will, do a lot of ancillary marketing through the NBA, Miller, the casino, and all of our other avenues that we’ve found success with,” he added. That is where music is going, and we’re looking forward to taking it the next level.”

“Hell Yeah,” the album’s first single, continues to build momentum. The track has been chosen as the official theme song for the WWE’s “One Night Stand” Pay Per View June 1, and its video became the first video ever to be premiered on XBOX Live. The single will also be part of the soundtrack for EA Sports’ best-selling video game “Madden ’09,” which will be released August 12.

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Rev Theory tour dates:

May 31 Revolution Hall Troy, New York
June 3 The Machine Shop Flint, Michigan
June 5 Illinois State Fairgrounds Springfield, Illinois
June 6 Rock at the Lake @ Stoneridge Amp. Camdenton, Missouri
June 7 ROCKFEST @ Liberty Memorial Park Kansas City, Missouri
June 17 The Tabernacle Atlanta, Georgia
June 18 House of Blues New Orleans, LA
June 21 Bill Banker Amphitheatre Harrison, Arkansas
June 23 Meridian Houston, Texas
June 24 Grand Central Station Pharr, Texas
June 25 Scout Bar San Antonio, Texas
July 11 Edgefest II @ Riverfeast Amphitheatre Little Rock, Arkansas
July 12 Orange County Fairgrounds Costa Mesa, CA
July 14 First Tier Event Center Kearny, Nebraska
July 15 Val Air Balloon Des Moines, Iowa
July 16 Mayo Civic Center Auditorium Rochester, Minnesota
July 19 Leach Amphitheatre Osh Kosh, Wisconsin
July 21 House of Blues Chicago, Illinois
July 22 Bogart’s Cincinnati, Ohio
July 24 Harrah’s Stir Cove Council Bluffs, Iowa
July 25 Guaranty Bank Lot Cedar Rapids, Iowa
July 26 Ozark Empire Fair Springfield, Missouri
July 27 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, Oklahoma
July 29 Bismark Civic Center Bismark, ND
July 30 Ramkota Exhibit Hall Sioux Falls, SD
August 2 Ogden Theatre Denver, Colorado
August 3 Buffalo Chip w/ Alice Cooper Sturgis, SD
August 5 The Big Easy Concert House Boise, Idaho
August 6 The Big Easy Concert House Spokane, Washington
August 11 The Orbit Room Grand Rapids, MI
August 12 Pierre’s Ft. Wayne, Indiana
August 14 Agora Ballroom Cleveland, Ohio
August 16 Palladium Worcester, MA
August 17 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton Beach, NH
August 21 Ram’s Head Live Baltimore, Maryland
August 22 House of Blues Atlantic City, NJ
August 23 Moore Square Park Raleigh, NC
August 25 Jenkinsons Point Pleasant, NJ
August 29 Haddad Riverfront Park Charleston, WV
September 1 Phoenix Plaza Amphitheatre Detroit, Michigan
September 20 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, MO