Patrick Stump Announces Summer Tour Dates

Singer will play mix of new material and covers

July 8, 2011 3:20 PM ET
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Patrick Stump performs a Joe's Pub in New York City.
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Patrick Stump is about to hit the road again in support of his recent EP Truant Wave. The former Fall Out Boy frontman will kick off his summer tour on August 3rd at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota and wrap up later in the month at the HOB Parish Room in New Orleans. The singer is likely to play several songs from his forthcoming solo debut Soul Punk, along with some interesting covers such as Kanye West's "All of the Lights," which he performed in this exclusive clip from a recent performance at Schuba's in Chicago.

For another taste of Stump in solo mode, you can check out the acoustic set he recorded at the Rolling Stone office earlier this year, which includes a rather impressive rendition of Tom Waits' "Step Right Up."

Here are all of the dates scheduled for Patrick Stump's summer tour.

8/3 Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
8/4 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
8/7 Detroit, MI @ Magic Bag
8/8 Toronto, ON @ El Mocambo
8/10 Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe
8/12 Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place
8/13 Providence, RI @ The Met
8/14 Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
8/16 Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
8/17 Nashville, TN @ The Rutledge
8/20 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
8/21 Tampa, FL @ Orpheum
8/22 Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
8/23 Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone Cafe
8/24 New Orleans, LA @ HOB Parish Room

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