Fusion Tour kicks off in September

by: Sean Colleli -
The Nintendo Fusion Tour, a live, travelling musical event, will arrive in Columbus on September 27th.  In addition to some of today's most popular bands, Nintendo will be showcasing the DS Lite and most importantly, the Wii.  I hope to be there personally to give my updated impressions on the Wii, and maybe my opinion on alternative rock.  For Columbus dwelling Nintendo fans, this is the perfect opportunity to check out Wii before it hits shelves this fall, if you couldn't make it to E3 (or past the insanely long lines).  Check out the full news post for the tour's schedule.
The Nintendo Fusion Tour promises to be
one of the hottest tickets of the year.  The cross-country tour, produced by
Live Nation, will be headlined by Hawthorne Heights and will include
up-and-comers like Relient K, Emery, Plain White T's and The Sleeping.  In
addition, each location will showcase the best new and upcoming Nintendo
games, including a sneak peek at Nintendo's amazing Wii console.
    (Logo:
http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20050516/NINTENDOLOGO )
    The tour schedule is below.  Information is subject to change.  For the

most up-to-date information about the Nintendo Fusion Tour, log onto
nintendofusiontour.com.


    Sept. 27  Columbus, Ohio
    Sept. 28  Indianapolis
    Sept. 29  Detroit
    Sept. 30  Cleveland
    Oct. 1    Covington, Ky.
    Oct. 4    Philadelphia
    Oct. 5    Worcester, Mass.
    Oct. 7    Pittsburgh

    Oct. 8    New York
    Oct. 9    Norfolk, Va.
    Oct. 10   Winston-Salem, N.C.
    Oct. 11   Myrtle Beach, S.C.
    Oct. 12   Orlando, Fla.
    Oct. 13   Atlanta
    Oct. 14   Jacksonville, Fla.

    Oct. 15   Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
    Oct. 17   Jonesboro, Ark.
    Oct. 18   New Orleans
    Oct. 19   Houston
    Oct. 20   Dallas
    Oct. 22   Phoenix
    Oct. 24   Anaheim, Calif.
    Oct. 25   Los Angeles

    Oct. 26   San Francisco
    Oct. 27   San Diego
    Oct. 28   Las Vegas
    Nov. 2    Spokane, Wash.
    Nov. 4    Denver    
    Nov. 5    Kansas City, Mo.
    Nov. 6    St. Paul, Minn.
    Nov. 7    St. Louis

    Nov. 8    Milwaukee
    Nov. 9    Des Moines, Iowa
    Nov. 10   Champaign, Ill.
    Nov. 11   Chicago

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