Ashlee Simpson Lauching Tour In February

is planning a “La La” – palooza of her own, as the three times platinum-selling Geffen Records artist readies her first U.S. headlining tour set to launch next February.

The dates follow the spectacular success of Ashlee’s debut CD “Autobiography” and premiere single “Pieces Of Me,” as well as her latest hit single “La La.” The video for “La La” which has been spending it’s time in MTV’s TRL top ten has helped propel sales of the album including a move this week from 42 to 33 with a sales increase of 61% (the market as a whole was up only 22%).

Ashlee recently won a Billboard Award as the Top Female Newcomer of the year in Las Vegas last week and her AOL Music Live event had the biggest 1 week audience ever for AOL with 1.6 million plays. In the coming weeks she will be performing on the “Tonight Show” on December 17th and three songs on “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Years Eve.” Then after the New Year, she kicks it in Miami for a performance at the Orange Bowl half time show. Meanwhile her popular MTV reality series, “The Ashlee Simpson Show,” will begin its second season early next year.

Ashlee Simpson is a 20-year-old Waco, TX, born singer/actress. After a recurring role in the WB’s hit series Seventh Heaven, Ashlee has found tremendous success as a recording artist. She recently finished shooting her feature film debut in the picture “Wannabe.”

The dates for Ashlee’s tour are as follows, more dates to be confirmed later:

February 18 Los Angeles, CA Universal Amphitheatre
February 20 Sacramento, CA Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
February 22 San Jose, CA Event Center
February 24 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
February 26 Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre
March 1 Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
March 3 Minneapolis, MN Northrop Auditorium
March 5 Chicago, IL Rosemont Theatre
March 7 Kansas City, KS Memorial Hall
March 9 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre
March 10 Louisville, KY Louisville Palace Theatre
March 12 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre
March 13 Toronto, ON Massey Hall
March 16 New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
March 18 Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre
March 19 Philadelphia, PA Tower Theatre
March 21 Toms River, NJ Ritacco Center
March 22 Cleveland, OH Playhouse Square Center
March 24 Detroit, MI Fox Theater
March 25 Pittsburgh, PA Benedum Center
March 29 Washington, DC DAR Constitution
March 30 Norfolk, VA Norva
April 1 Greensboro, NC Memorial Auditorium
April 2 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium
April 4 Atlanta, GA Gwinnett Center
April 6 Myrtle Beach, SC House Of Blues
April 8 Orlando, FL House Of Blues
April 9 Pompano Beach, FL Pompano Beach. Amphitheatre
April 11 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
April 12 Indianapolis, IN Murat
April 14 St. Louis, MO Family Arena
April 16 New Orleans, LA UNO Lakefront Theatre
April 17 Houston, TX Verizon Wireless
April 19 Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
April 20 Dallas, TX Nokia Live

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