Tour News: Neil Diamond heads out for summer 2008

Columbia Records will release Neil Diamond’s Home Before Dark on May 6th.  I’ve got copies for review and giveaway, plus assets in cover art, press release and streaming video of a live performance of “Pretty Amazing Grace”.  Neil Diamond will also be embarking on a world tour; check below for dates.  Please let me know if you’d like a copy of Home Before Dark for Goldmine Magazine.
 
Neil Diamond is hitting the road to support his new album, Home Before Dark.

The album is available on vinyl and as a deluxe CD version that includes two bonus tracks and a DVD with rare footage of Diamond in the studio.

Tickets for the North American tour, which is scheduled to kick off July 19 in St. Paul, Minn., are on sale now.
 
 
For more information, visit Diamond’s official Website at http://www.neildiamond.com.
 
Diamond’s 2008 tour dates, cities and venues include:
 

 
June 2 — Hamburg, Germany, Colorline Arena
June 5 — Glasgow, Scotland, Hampden Park
June 7 — Manchester, England, MEN Arena
June 8 — Manchester, England, MEN Arena
June 10 — Birmingham, England, The NIA
June 11 — Birmingham, England, The NIA
June 14 — Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park
June 17 — South Hampton, U.K., Rose Bowl
June 19  — Cardiff, Wales, England,  Millienium Stadium
June 21 — London, 02 Arena
June 23 — London, O2 Arena
June 24 — London, O2 Arena
June 27 — London, Wembley Arena
July 19— St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center
July 22— Sioux City, Iowa, Tyson Events Center
July 24— Omaha, Neb., Qwest Center Omaha
July 26— Chicago, United Center
July 29— Indianapolis, Conseco Fieldhouse
July 31— Detroit, Mich., The Palace of Auburn Hills
Aug. 3— Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
Aug. 5 — Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
Aug. 7 — Hartford, Conn., XL Center
Aug. 9 — Philadelphia, Wachovia Center
Aug. 12 — New York, Madison Square Garden
Aug. 14 — New York, Madison Square Garden
Aug. 18 — Pittsburgh, Mellon Arena
Aug. 20 — Albany, N.Y., Times Union Center
Aug. 23 — Boston, Fenway Park
Aug. 25 — Columbus, Value City Arena at The Schottenstein Center
Aug. 27 — Green Bay, Wis., Resch Center
Aug. 29 — St. Louis, Scottrade Center
Sept. 14 — Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, MTS Center
Sept. 16 — Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Rexall Place
Sept. 18 — Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Pengrowth Saddledome
Sept. 20 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, General Motors Place
Sept. 22 — Portland, Ore., Rose Garden
Sept. 24 — Seattle, KeyArena at Seattle Center
Sept. 26 — Sacramento, Calif., ARCO Arena
Sept. 28 — San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion
Oct. 1-2 — Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
Oct. 7 — San Diego, San Diego Sports Arena
Oct. 10 — Phoenix, Jobing.com Arena
Oct. 12 — San Antonio, AT&T Center
Oct. 14 — Houston, Toyota Center
Oct. 17 — Dallas, American Airlines Center
Oct. 19 — Oklahoma City, Ford Center
Oct. 21 — Tulsa, Okla., BOK Center
Oct. 24 — Tampa, Fla., St. Pete Times Forum
Oct. 26 — Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., BankAtlantic Center
Oct. 28 — Orlando, Fla., Amway Arena Orlando
Oct. 30 — Jacksonville, Fla., Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

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