Tour presented by Rockstar Energy Drink Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Alternative Press Magazine
Burbank, CA – Emerging band Never Shout Never, the brainchild of 18-year-old singer-songwriter Christofer Drew, has been chosen to headline the 2010 AP Tour, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Cleveland-based magazine Alternative Press. The line-up, which also features Joplin, The Cab, Hey Monday, Every Avenue and The Summer Set, has been handpicked by the AP staff. The tour kicks off on March 19th and criss-crosses the country through the end of April.

A ticket pre-sale will begin at 5 p.m. local time on January 4th and continue though January 8th. The regular on-sale begins on January 9th. Pre-sale tickets are available here:

Never Shout Never has recently sold out all eight shows on its December tour, which begins on the 16th. The band is touring in support of their upcoming Butch Walker-produced release What Is Love?, which will be released by Loveway Records / Sire Records on January 26th, 2010. The digital version of a four-song EP sold through clothing retailer Hot Topic is now available from all digital service providers. A video for “What Is Love?” can now be viewed on MySpace.

Drew will hit the road in January for a solo acoustic tour in support of What Is Love? Never Shout Never recently completed a headlining tour, culling tunes from the upcoming album, as well as from the three EP’s Drew released on his own Loveway Records, including The Yippee EP, Me & My Uke EP, and The Summer EP, which broke into the iTunes Top 10 Album chart in June. Drew took home the coveted “Breaking Woodie” Award at the MTVu Woodie Awards in November.

The 2010 AP Tour dates are as follows:

3-19 Dallas, TX (House Of Blues)
3-20 Austin, TX (Emo’s –FREE SXSW Show)*
3-21 Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
3-23 Tucson, AZ (Rialto Theatre)
3-24 Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre)
3-25 Bakersfield, CA (The Dome)
3-26 San Diego, CA (House Of Blues)
3-27 Las Vegas, NV (Extreme Thing)
3-30 Los Angeles, CA (House Of Blues)
3-31 San Francisco, CA (The Grand Ballroom at The Regency)

4-01 Chico, CA (Senator Theatre)
4-02 Portland, OR (Hawthorne Theatre)
4-03 Seattle, WA (El Corazon)
4-05 Salt Lake City, UT (In The Venue)
4-06 Denver, CO (Gothic Theatre)
4-08 Des Moines, IA (People’s Court)
4-09 St. Paul, MN (Station 4)
4-10 Chicago, IL (House Of Blues)
4-11 Milwaukee, WI (The Rave)
4-13 Kansas City, KS (The Beaumont Club)
4-14 Sauget, IL (Pop’s)
4-15 Nashville, TN (Rocketown)
4-16 Atlanta, GA (The Masquerade)
4-17 Jacksonville, FL (Freebird Live)
4-18 Orlando, FL (House Of Blues)
4-21 Charlotte, NC (Amos’ Southend)
4-22 Norfolk, VA (The NorVa)
4-23 Philadelphia, PA (Theatre Of The Living Arts)
4-24 Allentown, PA (Crocodile Rock)
4-25 Washington, DC (9:30 Club)
4-27 New York, NY (The Fillmore At Irving Plaza)
4-28 Buffalo, NY (Club Infinity)
4-29 Boston, MA (House Of Blues)
4-30 New Haven, CT (Toad’s Place)

5-01 Albany, NY (Northern Lights)
5-04 Pittsburgh, PA (Altar Bar)
5-05 Toronto, ON (Phoenix Theatre)
5-06 Detroit, MI (Crofoot Ballroom)
5-07 Columbus, OH (Newport Music Hall)
5-08 Cleveland, OH (House Of Blues)

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