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Chris Cornell Announces Acoustic Fall Tour

Soundgarden frontman's solo 'Songbook' trek begins in October

August 8, 2013 4:05 PM ET
Chris Cornell performs in Columbus, Ohio.
Chris Cornell performs in Columbus, Ohio.
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Chris Cornell will be hitting the road this fall for what's being dubbed the "Second Songbook Tour." The Soundgarden frontman has been touring with the band in support of last year's King Animal, and will feature solo arrangements from the album on the upcoming solo acoustic tour. 

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The new slate of dates pick up where Cornell's 2011 solo "Songbook Tour" left off, and will again feature the singer-guitarist performing stripped-down versions from the Soundgarden catalog as well as solo work (presumably including work from his 2011 solo LP Songbook).

This year the singer-guitarist launched the Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation, which aids needy children. One dollar from every ticket sold will go toward the foundation, and portions from additional proceeds will be donated to the ChildHaven’s Creative Music Therapy Program Expansion.

The tour is set to kick off October 15th in San Diego. Here are the dates:

Soundgarden 2013 Tour Dates:
10/15 – San Diego, CA Balboa Theatre
10/16 – Napa, CA The Uptown Theatre
10/18 – San Francisco, CA Nob Hill Masonic Center
10/19 – Eugene, OR Jaqua Concert Hall
10/20 – Seattle WA Benaroya Hall
10/22 – Victoria, BC University of Victoria – Farquhar Auditorium
10/23 – Vancouver, BC Orpheum Theatre
10/25 – Medicine Hat, AB Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
10/26 – Calgary, AB Jubilee Auditorium
10/27 – Saskatoon, SK TCU Place
10/29 – Winnipeg, MB Pantages Playhouse Theatre
10/30 – Saint Paul, MN O’Shaughnessy Auditorium
11/01 – Chicago, IL Cadillac Palace Theatre
11/02 – Madison, WI Orpheum Theater
11/03 – Lakewood, OH Lakewood Civic Auditorium
11/05 – Buffalo, NY Center for the Arts
11/06 – Toronto, ON Massey Hall
11/13 – Kingston, NY Ulster PAC
11/15 – Boston, MA Shubert Theatre
11/16 – New York City, NY Beacon Theatre
11/17 – Northampton, MA Calvin Theatre & PAC
11/19 – Providence, RI Veterans Memorial Auditorium
11/20 – New Haven, CT Shubert Theater
11/22 – Reading, PA Sovereign Performing Arts Center
11/23 – Washington, DC Lincoln Theatre
11/24 – Collingswood, NJ Scottish Rite Auditorium
11/26 – Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre
11/27 – Wilmington, DE Grand Opera House
11/29 -Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Casino & Spa – Music Box
11/30 – Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Casino & Spa – Music Box

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