On the Road Again...

A listing of notable summer rock concert tours

Anger Management Tour

July 18-Sept. 13

Starts in Buffalo, N.Y., ends in Auburn Hills, Mich.

Bands featured: Eminem, Papa Roach, Ludacris, Xzibit, and Xecutioners.

www.eminem.com

Blues Traveler

Through Sept. 14

The band performs twice in Massachusetts this weekend. Tour ends in Telluride, Colo.

www.bluestraveler.com

INXS

Through July 7

This weekend in Phoenix, Ariz., ends in Atlantic City, N.J.

The Aussie rockers are touring North America for the first time in five years with a new singer, Jon Stevens.

www.inxs.com

The Jeep World Outside Festival

July 10-Aug. 17

Starts in Charlotte, N.C., ends in Boston.

Bands featured: Sheryl Crow, Train, Ziggy Marley, and O.A.R. Concerts will feature an adventure area where fans can kayak in a large tank, rock climb, and enjoy other activities.

www.jeepworldoutsidefestival.com

Moby's Area 2

July 28-Aug. 16

Starts in Washington D.C., ends in Seattle.

Bands featured: David Bowie, Moby, Busta Rhymes, and Carl Cox.

www.areafestival.com

One World One Heart Festival

June 22

Sugarbush Resort in Warren, Vt.

The single-day festival sponsored by Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream features a range of music, including rock, blues, alternative, and folk. Bands featured: Blues Traveler, Nine Days, and The Iguanas.

800-517-4247

www.vtliving.com/events/benandjerry/

Ozzfest

July 6 to Labor Day

Starts in Bristow, Va., ends in Dallas.

Bands featured: Ozzy Osbourne, System of a Down, Rob Zombie, Drowning Pool.

www.ozzfest.com

Smokin Grooves Tour

July 18-Aug. 7

Starts in Mountain View, Calif., ends in Atlanta.

Bands featured: OutKast, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, Cee-Lo, Jurassic 5, and DJ Shadow. A 15-city hip-hop tour.

Terrapin Station –
A Grateful Dead Family Reunion

Aug. 3-4

Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wis.

Promoters want to bring surviving members of Grateful Dead together for the first time since Jerry Garcia's death in 1995. The two-day concert would reunite Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir. The highway committee in Walworth County denied Clear Channel a license to hold the concert at Alpine Valley (because of crowd control), but the decision will likely be appealed.

www.ticketmaster.com or www.cc.com.

The Vans Warped Tour
June 21-Aug. 18

Starts in Nampa, Idaho, ends in Pontiac, Mich.

Bands featured: Bad Religion, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Flogging Molly, the Damned, and 65 others.

www.warpedtour.com

VH-1 Classics

From Aug. 22-Oct. 6

Starts in Cleveland, ends in Redmond, Ore.

Bands featured: Loverboy, Survivor, and Eddie Money. www.vh1.com

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