Nick Cannon Joins Scream 3 Tour Tour Kicks Off on July 2 in San Diego, CA
Jun 11, 2003
Jive recording artist Nick Cannon is gearing up to hit the road with "Scream 3 Tour," the summer teen extravaganza headlined by R&B male group B2K. Teen sensation Mario and Marques Houston will also join the pack.
The tour will kick off on Wednesday, July 2 in San Diego, CA and will run through the Summer until Monday, September 1 with a final show in Detroit, MI.
Nick Cannon's second single "Feelin' Freaky" features B2K and was produced by Grammy winner and label mate R. Kelly. The video can be seen on BET. His debut album, tentatively titled Nick Cannon, will be released on August 5.
Nick, who started his TV screen career at Nickelodeon, became the youngest TV producer thanks to his own "The Nick Cannon Show." His big acting break came last year with the lead role in the Fox hit movie "Drumline." His next movie "Love Don't Cost A Thing," co-starring Cristina Milian, will open in theaters nationwide on December 12.
Nick Cannon was recently seen in the pages of Teen People, Teen Vogue and YM. He appeared as a presenter at the Billboard Awards, the Kid's Choice Awards and he was a guest on MTV's "TRL" and BET's "106 & Park." During the summer, he'll hit the pages (and covers) of teen publications such as Word Up!, Right On! and Black Beat; his upcoming TV appearances include the Teen Choice Awards and the BET Awards.
For more information on Nick Cannon and the Scream 3 Tour, please contact Roberta Magrini at 212-824-1240 or e-mail email@example.com
SCREAM 3 TOUR ITINERARY JULY Wednesday 2 San Diego County Fair San Diego, CA Thursday 3 Great Western Forum Los Angeles, CA Friday 4 Aladdin Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Saturday 5 Arco Arena Sacramento, CA Sunday 6 Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA Thursday 10 U.S. Cellular Center Cedar Rapids, IA Friday 11 University of Ill Pavilion Chicago, IL Saturday 12 Hara Arena Dayton, OH Sunday 13 Freedom Hall Coliseum Louisville, KY Tuesday 15 Molson Amphitheater Toronto, Canada Thursday 17 Mellon Arena Pittsburgh, PA Friday 18 Conseco Fieldhouse Indianapolis, IN Saturday 19 MCI Center Washington, DC Sunday 20 Raleigh Sports Center Raleigh, NC Wednesday 23 Carolina Coliseum Columbia, SC Thursday 24 Cricket Arena Charlotte, NC Friday 25 Gaylord Ent. Center Nashville, TN Saturday 26 Savvis Center St. Louis, MO Sunday 27 Starlight Theatre Kansas City, MO Wednesday 30 Blue Cross Arena Rochester, NY Thursday 31 Jones Beach Wantagh, NY AUGUST Friday 1 First Union Center Philadelphia, PA Saturday 2 Madison Square Garden New York, NY Sunday 3 Hartford Civic Center Hartford, CT Wednesday 6 Hampton Coliseum Hampton, VA Thursday 7 Bi-Lo Center Greenville, SC Friday 8 Philips Arena Atlanta, GA Saturday 9 Mid-South Coliseum Memphis, TN Sunday 10 Mississippi State Fairgrounds Jackson, MS Friday 15 TBA Memphis, TN Saturday 16 Alltel Arena Little Rock, AK Sunday 17 Compaq Center Houston, TX Friday 22 New Orleans Arena New Orleans, LA Saturday 23 Ice Palace Tampa, FL Sunday 24 American Airlines Arena Miami, FL Wednesday 27 Worcester Centrum Worcester, MA Thursday 28 Richmond Coliseum Richmond, VA Friday 29 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC Saturday 30 Baltimore Arena Baltimore, MD Sunday 31 Cleveland State University Cleveland, OH SEPTEMBER Monday 1 Joe Louis Arena Detroit, MI
SOURCE: Jive Records
CONTACT: Roberta Magrini of Jive Records, +1-212-824-1240,
Web site: http://www.jiverecords.com/