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Cheap Trick has more road work on the horizon.  The group has started rolling out dates for their 2014 tour. 

The band will launch the trek on February 7th in St. Charles, Illinois - just 60 miles southeast of their hometown of Rockford.  Cheap Trick will make stops in Florida, Wisconsin, and Louisiana as well as in cities throughout the Northeastern U.S.  They'll end their run north of the border, with seven Canadian dates in March. 

But Cheap Trick also has a number of shows to play before this year comes to an end.  Their next concert is set for Charleston, South Carolina on December 3rd.  

Cheap Trick Tour Dates 

December 3 - Charleston, South Carolina, at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center 
December 5 - Sarasota, Florida, at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Center 
December 6 - Jacksonville, Florida, at the Florida Theater 
December 7 -  Miami, Florida, at the Magic City Casino 
December 27 - Merrillville, Indiana, at the Radisson Star Plaza 
December 28 - Mt Pleasant, Michigan, at the Soaring Eagle Casino Resort 
December 29 - Seneca, New York, at the Seneca Allegany Casino 
February 7 - St. Charles, Illinois, at the Arcada Theater 
February 8 - Orlando, Florida, at the SeaWorld Bayside Stadium 
February 14 - Ridgefield, Connecticut, at the Ridgefield Playhouse 
February 15 -  Montclair, New Jersey, at The Wellmont Theater 
February 16 - Lynn, Massachusetts, at the Lynn Auditorium 
February 21 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the BMO Harris Bradley Center 
March 3 - New Orleans, Louisiana, at the New Orleans Convention Center 
March 6 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada, at the Deerfoot Inn & Casino 
March 7 - Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the Casino Regina 
March 9 - Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium 
March 11 - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, at Hamilton Place 
March 12 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at Massey Hall 
March 13 - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, at the National Arts Centre 
March 15 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada, at Metropolis 

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