Black Eyed Peas plot 100-date 2010 world tour
Just writing that exhausted us
For the first time in four years, the Black Eyed Peas have planned a full-scale tour for North America, to kick-off in February and last for 100 dates worldwide.
Dubbed The E.N.D. World Tour 2010 after their chart-topping "The E.N.D." album, the foursome and their crew start on Feb. 4 in Atlanta, taking them throughout the continent through April 11, followed by a short break, and then international domination beginning in May.
Tickets go on sale Dec. 12, with the North American dates below. No word yet on openers.
will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo and Fergie last tackled a tour of this scale in support of 2005's "Monkey Business." It's a little hard to believe that "My Humps" happened to us all only four short years ago.
So it looks like Fergie has half her year planned out for her in 2010. She recently told HitFix that she didn't know what was next on her plate, after promoting the movie "Nine" -- in which she stars -- and shining off supporting "The E.N.D."
“I don’t know my path at this point. We’re not going to be touring this record forever, we’ll see what happens. I might get inspired and write a rock record, I might get a script," she said. “I’ve had to really pay my dues up to this point and do everything at once. I don’t want to do that anymore. I’m not gonna take a role that I don’t think I can handle, I’m not gonna take a role if we’re planning a tour.”
North American Dates:
Feb 4 / Atlanta, GA / Philips Arena
Feb 6 / Miami, FL / American Airlines Arena
Feb 9 / Jacksonville, FL / Jacksonville Veteran's Memorial Arena
Feb 10 / Tampa, FL / St. Petersberg Times Forum
Feb 12 / Nashville, TN / Nashville Arena
Feb 13 / Birmingham, AL / BJCC Arena
Feb 16 / Columbus, OH / Schottenstein Center
Feb 17 / Lexington, KY / Rupp Arena
Feb 19 / Raleigh, NC / RBC Center
Feb 20 / Charlotte, NC / Time Warner Cable Arena
Feb 23 / Washington DC / Verizon Center
Feb 24 / New York, NY / Madison Square Garden
Feb 26 / Boston, MA / TD Garden
March 1 / Uniondale, NY / Nassau Coliseum
March 3 / Philadelphia, PA / Wachovia Center
March 4 / Pittsburgh, PA / Mellon Arena
March 6 / Toronto, ONT / Air Canada Centre
March 9 / Detroit, MI / The Palace
March 11 / Milwaukee, WI / Bradley Center
March 13 / Chicago, IL / United Center
March 19 / Dallas, TX / American Airlines Center
March 20 / Tulsa, OK / BOK Center
March 22 / St. Paul, MN / Xcel Energy Center
March 24 / Kansas City, MO / Sprint Center
March 25 / Des Moines, IA / Wells Fargo Arena
March 27 / Denver, CO / Pepsi Center
March 29 / Los Angeles, CA / Staples Center
March 31 / Glendale, AZ / Jobing.com Arena
April 2 / San Jose, CA / HP Pavilion
April 7 / Sacramento, CA / ARCO Arena
April 10 / Tacoma, WA / Tacoma Dome
April 11 / Vancouver, B.C / GM Place