30 Seconds To Mars Embark On Their First Headlining Tour

After a short break 30 Seconds To Mars are going to kick off their very first official headlining tour ever.

30 Seconds To Mars Embark On Their First Headlining Tour
30 Seconds To Mars embark on their very first official headlining tour ever. The tour, named "Forever Night Never Day" will begin Mar. 4th, 2006 in Salt Lake City with dates running through Apr. 30th, 2006 in San Francisco. In support of their latest release "A Beautiful Lie" the band toured solidly for 8 months straight in 2005 opening for bands like Audioslave, The Used, and My Chemical Romance. After a short break over the holidays they are ready to continue what has been an incredible journey so far. Very much a live band, the energetic, chaotic passion of their live shows and commitment to a constant grueling tour schedule has become an important and undeniable part of who and what 30 Seconds To Mars has become. About the tour, singer/guitarist Jared Leto had to say: "It's time. After all these years on the road the fact that we still hadn't done a national headlining tour had become something that we were constantly asked about and encouraged to do. We are ready for that next step and we couldn't be more excited to finally get out there and present 30 Seconds To Mars in the way that we see it. This is a tour that will offer a true alternative to the typical, mundane experience that seems to be readily available everywhere. We plan on presenting something very unique every single night and to create an experience that will never be forgotten. We want to welcome our family of friends, fans, and anyone and everyone to come and be a part of 'forever Night Never Day.'" As was reported, the openers for 30 Seconds To Mars will be newcomers -- Victory Records' Aiden and Vagrant Records' Emanuel. The tour dates are as follows: 03/04 - Salt Lake City @ Avalon 03/05 - Denver @ Gothic Theatre 03/07 - Tulsa @ Cains Ballroom 03/09 - Dallas @ Lakewood Theatre 03/10 - Houston @ Engine Room 03/11 - San Antonio @ White Rabbit 03/13 - Jacksonville @ Freebird 03/14 - Tampa @ State Theatre 03/16 - Ft. Lauderdale @ Culture Room 03/17 - Orlando @ House of Blues 03/18 - Atlanta @ Masquerade 03/19 - Norfolk @ Norva 03/21 - Philadelphia @ Theatre Of Living Arts 03/24 - New York @ Avalon 03/25 - Washington, DC @ American University 03/26 - Buffalo @ Town Hall 03/28 - Pittsburgh @ Mr. Small's 03/29 - Cleveland @ House Of Blues 03/30 - Toronto @ Opera House 03/31 - Toledo @ Headliner's 04/01 - Chicago @ Cabaret Metro 04/03 - Grand Rapids The Intersection 04/04 - Columbus Newport @ Music Hall 04/06 - St. Louis @ Pageant 04/07 - Milwaukee @ The Rave II 04/08 - Minneapolis @ The Quest 04/09 - Winnipeg @ Pyramid Cabaret 04/11 - Edmonton @ Starlite Room 04/12 - Calgary @ The Warehouse 04/14 - Vancouver @ Commodore 04/15 - Seattle@ Showbox 04/16 - Boise @ The Big Easy 04/18 - Reno @ New Oasis 04/19 - Santa Cruz @ The Catalyst 04/20 - Bakersfield @ Montgomery World Plaza 04/21 - Las Vegas @ House Of Blues 04/22 - Phoenix @ The Marquee 04/24 - San Diego @ Soma 04/25 - Santa Ana @ The Galaxy 04/26 - Cabazon Key Club @ Morango Casino 04/27 - Ventura @ Ventura Theatre 04/29 - Sacramento @ The Boardwalk 04/30 - San Francisco @ Great America Music Hall Read more at Top40-Charts.com.

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    30 Seconds to Mars ****in rocks, especially live. I will be attending the NY date for sure.
    When i see bands like these it's like see the 80's pop movement all over again. It's just dredfull.
    Trip272 wrote: My favorite thing about them is how shitty they are.
    Oh, sure, they're not your favourite Franz Ferdinand or The Strokes, because they are much better and interesting than FF and Strokes taken together. Your socks or pants might be shitty but not this young talented band!
    Shitty, haha, 30 seconds to mars are one of the best alt acts out there right now.