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Fiona Apple recently announced a Summer tour of North America in support of her next album, The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do, which should be out June 19 on Epic Records. The following is a list of her recently announced tour dates, including one in Oakland, CA at the Fox Theater:

06/19/12 – The State Theater in Ithaca, NY
06/20/12 – Lyric Opera House in Baltimore, MD
06/22/12 – MGM Grand Theatre at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, CT
06/23/12 – Mountain Park in Holyoke, MA
06/24/12 – Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall’s Island in New York, NY
06/26/12 – Warner Theatre in Washington, DC
06/27/12 – Tower Theatre in Upper Darby, PA
06/29/12 – Ives Concert Park in Danbury, CT
06/30/12 – Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston, MA
07/01/12 – State Theatre in Portland, ME
07/03/12 – L’ Olympia Theatre in Montreal, QC
07/04/12 – The Sound Academy in Toronto, ON
07/06/12 – Cain Park in Cleveland, OH
07/07/12 – The Fillmore Detroit (State Theatre) in Detroit, MI
07/10/12 – The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL
07/11/12 – Murat Theatre @ Old National Centre in Indianapolis, IN
07/13/12 – Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
07/14/12 – Peabody Opera House in St. Louis, MO
07/16/12 – Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, MN
07/17/12 – The Midland by AMC in Kansas City, MO
07/20/12 – Paramount Theatre in Denver, CO
07/21/12 – Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City, UT
07/24/12 – Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC
07/25/12 – Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA
07/26/12 – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, OR
07/28/12 – Fox Theater in Oakland, CA
07/29/12 – Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA

For more information and/or to purchase tickets, you can check out her website at http://www.fiona-apple.com/

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area you can get pre order tickets to the Fox Theater show starting Thursday April 12 at 10am by going to Ticketmaster and using the password, “grand.”

I can’t wait!

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Bamboozle 2012 features Blink 182, Bon Jovi and Foo Fighters.

The 2012 Bamboozle lineup is gradually rolling in. Bon JoviFoo Fighters and Blink 182 featured on a leaked flyer yesterday, when Ticketmaster jumped the gun on posting their event listing, with the promotional flyer featured prominently on the page. We now have another handful of artists confirmed for the festival:

Yep – the head honcho of the Jersey Shore clan (sorry, Sitch) will bring his DJ talents to Bamboozle 2012. Wonder where he’ll set up his private smashquarters…?

The festival goes down May 18th-20th, 2012 at Asbury Park in New Jersey. Tickets will cost $65 for Friday passes, $75 apiece for the weekend dates or $190 for a 3-day pass. We’ll keep you posted as more information rolls in.

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Wish I could make it. Who is going??

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Ticketmaster leaked the 2012 Bamboozle lineup.

Looks like a Ticketmaster gaffe has leaked the Bamboozle 2012 headliners a little ahead of schedule. Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters and Blink 182 all appear in a promotional image on a page that was shared 2500+ times between Facebook and Twitter before Ticketmaster realized they’d jumped the gun on the announcement. The page has since been taken down, but the information is out there now.

Tickets are $65 for Friday passes, $75 apiece for the weekend dates or $190 for a 3-day pass. No word yet on when they’re supposed to go on sale (Ticketmaster errors aside).

Praise be to NJ Underground for spotting this.

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This might pay for my dinner one night!

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Ticketmaster

You read that right: if you purchased any ticket from Ticketmaster between the dates of October 21, 1999 and October 19, 2011, you’re entitled to a retroactive refund of $1.50 per ticket. If Ramen is your main dietary staple, congrats! You won’t go hungry for another week.

The news comes from a class-action lawsuit filed against Ticketmaster for deceptive practices (shocking!), profiting off of “processing fees” which were misrepresented to customers. Ticketmaster also got knocked for shady hikes to UPS express delivery charges, a subclass of the suit which rewards you with a cool $5 per ticket on your past orders that were shipped via UPS Express. Both refunds come in the form of vouchers redeemable against future orders (max two per order).

Full information, including eligibility and redemption procedures, can be found on the Ticketmaster Refund Litigation site. You’ll have to be a little bit patient, though – refunds won’t…

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