Demi Lovato's 2009 Summer Tour Dates Announced
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Demi Lovato's 2009 summer tour dates to support her debut album 'Don't Forget' have been uncovered, listing more than 40 concerts across America.

AceShowbiz - Which cities that Demi Lovato will be visiting for live gigs during her 2009 summer tour have been revealed. She will begin the roadshow on June 21 at XL Center in Hartford, CT and wrap it up at Verizon Wereless in Manchester, New Hampshire on August 24.

As a supporting act, Demi has tapped David Archuleta, who is currently headlining his own tour through May 10. The "Sonny with a Chance" star will be joined by the runner up of 2008 "American Idol" through August 24.

Demi reportedly will also take Nick Jonas' rumored girlfriend Jordan Pruitt on the road with her. She is also rumored to book girl group KSM to support her for the upcoming tour, which is aimed to promote her debut album "Don't Forget".

Before her tour is started, Demi Lovato first has to complete four scheduled live appearances. She has to entertain concertgoers at Bamboozle Festival on May 3. After that, she has to fly to Madrid, Paris and then London for other performances.

Demi Lovato's 2009 summer tour dates:

  • June 21 - XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut
  • June 22 - Wachovia Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
  • June 24 - Prudential in Newark, New Jersey
  • June 25 - Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York
  • June 26 - Agganis in Boston, Massachusetts
  • June 27 - Mann Music Theater in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • June 29 - The Arena, Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Georgia
  • July 01 - Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana
  • July 02 - Alltel Arena North in Little Rock, Arkansas
  • July 03 - Reliant Arena in Houston, Texas
  • July 05 - Nokia Theater in Grand Prairie, Texas
  • July 06 - BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • July 09 - Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Arizona
  • July 10 - Save Mart Center, Fresno State in Fresno, California
  • July 11 - SJ Events Center in San Jose, California
  • July 13 - Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon
  • July 14 - WaMu Theater in Seattle, Washington
  • July 16 - ARCO in Sacramento, California
  • July 17 - NOKIA Theatre, LA Live in Los Angeles, California
  • July 18 - Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • July 20 - Wells Fargo Theater in Denver, Colorado
  • July 22 - Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri
  • July 24 - Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois
  • July 25 - US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • July 27 - Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio
  • July 28 - Delaware State Fair in Harrington, Delaware
  • July 29 - Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina
  • July 31 - St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Florida
  • August 01 - BankAtlantic Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida August 02 - Amway Arena in Orlando, Florida
  • August 04 - Bi-Lo Center in Greenville, South Carolina
  • August 05 - Broadbent Arena in Louisville, Kentucky
  • August 06 - Ohio State Fair in Columbus, Ohio
  • August 08 - Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • August 09 - Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis, Wisconsin
  • August 10 - Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis, Indiana
  • August 12 - Sommet Center in Nashville, Tennessee
  • August 13 - Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri
  • August 14 - iWireless Center in Moline, Illinois
  • August 15 - Qwest Center Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska
  • August 17 - Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • August 20 - Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia
  • August 22 - Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City
  • August 23 - Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island
  • August 24 - Verizon Wireless in Manchester, New Hampshire

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