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Summer Concerts 2005

School's out for the summer, so what are you going to do with all that money you've been making at your new summer job? You should think about doling out some dough to see one of your fave artists live in concert. There are a couple of must-sees this summer and we've got the 411 right here!

Destiny's Child - Destiny Fulfilled... And Lovin' It

Destiny's Child is wrapping up the overseas portion of the Destiny Fulfilled... And Lovin' It Tour and will hit their first North American city in July. As the name suggests, this tour is sponsored by McDonald's and will be the last tour Destiny's Child does together. The girls announced that they will be breaking up after the tour to explore solo projects - so this is your last chance to see them together!

Green Day - North American Tour

Green Day rarely takes a break from touring, and this summer is no exception. They will wrap up shows in Europe this July before heading back to North America to hit the road once again. Expect to see them in a city near you starting August 10, 2005 - their first American show will be played in Chicago.

Kelly Clarkson - Behind These Hazel Eyes Tour

Although she just recently wrapped up a North American tour, Kelly Clarkson is getting ready to do the rounds again. Kelly wants to give fans who didn't get tickets to her show last time a chance to see her. She'll be hitting cities coast to coast from July until September.

Vans Warped Tour '05

Get ready to see your fave punk bands all at once! Vans Warped Tour is back and it's got a line-up that you won't find anywhere else. The Offspring, Transplants, My Chemical Romance, All-American Rejects, Dropkick Murphys, MXPX and a ton more! Find out when Vans hits your city by heading to www.warpedtour.com

Poptarts Presents American Idols Live
Your favorite season four
American Idol contestants are about to hit the stage for a three-month tour across North America starting on July 12, 2005 in Sunrise, Florida. Catch American Idol winner Carrie Underwood, runner-up Bo Bice and the rest of the top ten! Check out www.idolonfox.com

Backstreet Boys - World Tour
Everybody's fave boy band is back on the music scene with their new disc,
Never Gone. To promote their big comeback, The Backstreet Boys, are hitting the road and will be be playing a concert venue near you this summer! The tour kicks off in Florida on July 22, 2005.

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