Show Announcements: Broken Social Scene, P-Diddy, New Kids On The Block, Backstreet Boys, Reverend Horton Heat, Plain White T's, Free Energy, Max Bemis, All Time Low, Avett Brothers, Lynch Mob & more

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Fresh off the release of yet another critically acclaimed album Forgiveness Rock Record, Broken Social Scene is planning a North American tour that will pass through Dallas at House Of Blues on Saturday, February 19.

The aptly named band, a revolving door of Canadian indie-rock all stars (Feist, Stars, Metric), is known for its raucous and passionate live performances (read our review of Broken Social Scene's last Dallas performance). And for $23 and $40 at Live Nation, you can find out for yourself.

In other show announcement news, I find it odd that a huge hip-hop superstar like P Diddy is playing a venue as small as the Palladium Ballroom on Sunday, February 6. Shouldn't he be performing at the American Airlines Center, or at least The Verizon Theatre? Well, once you see the price tag for a ticket, it all makes since. For $103 and $153 at the Palladium's ticket website, you can party with the man behind Bad Boy Records at his Super Bowl Grand Finale Party.

More show announcements after the jump.

American Airlines Center
Sunday, June 26 - New Kids On The Block, Backstreet Boys

Andy's Bar
Thursday, December 16 - The Murgatroyds, Pilots of Plight
Friday, December 17 - Foe Destroyer, Savage & The Big Beat, Auternus
Saturday, December 18 - Silvertonguedevil, Kaldera, 5 Billion And Counting
Friday, January 21 - The Nish Initiative
Thursday, February 10 - Vagrant, Human Groove Hormone
Friday, February 11 - Pile

Belmont Hotel
Friday, December 17 - Collin Herring

Dan's Silverleaf
Saturday, January 8 - Bonedome

Double Wide
Monday, December 13 - 80's Mix w/ DJ DW
Tuesday, December 14 - Elm Street Tattoo Christmas Wig Party w/ Geezer, Sabatour
Tuesday, December 21 - Guilty Pleasurez
Friday, December 31 - Hall or Oates New Year's Eve Party w/ The Rich Girls
Saturday, January 1 - The Sunday Drunks
Friday, January 7 - Tweed EQ, Red 100's, Jokersdeck
Saturday, January 8 - J. Charles & The Trainrobbers, Roomsounds

Good Records
Thursday, January 20 - Menkena - CD Release
Tuesday, February 8 - The O's - CD Release

Granada Theater
Wednesday, March 9 - Walter Trout

Green Elephant
Friday, December 17 - Big Brothers/Big Sisters Benefit w/ The Mumbles

Hailey's Club
Saturday, January 8 - Novaak, Eyes and Ears, Peopleodian
Saturday, February 5 - Dawrin Deez, Royal Bangs

House Of Blues
Friday, January 7 - Back In Black
Friday, January 28 - Paramount's Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular
Friday, February 11 - Reverend Horton Heat, The Von Ehrics
Sunday, February 13 - Plain White T's, Parachute, Miggs
Saturday, February 19 - Broken Social Scene
Saturday, March 12 - Bob Schneider
Thursday, March 17 - Raphael Saadiq

J & J's Pizza
Thursday, January 27 - Knoxville Dangerous, Contingency Clause, King Dad

Kessler Theater
Friday, February 18 - Deadman, The King Bucks

La Grange
Thursday, December 16 - Joanne McAlone & Whiterock
Thursday, December 30 - These Mad Dogs Of Glory, Rose County Fair

Lochrann's Irish Pub & Eatery
Thursday, January 6 - Old Snack, Burnt Sienna Trio
Friday, January 7 - North Of Autumn
Thursday, January 20 - Fox & The Bird, The Beaten Sea
Thursday, February 3 - Seryn (CD Release), Monahans
Thursday, February 17 - Pale Horse, Red 100's

The Loft
Saturday, January 29 - Sugar & Gold, Yip Deceiver
Sunday, January 30 - Melodians
Monday, February 1 - Free Energy
Saturday, February 12 - Max Bemis (Say Anything)
Friday, February 18 - Opiate
Wednesday, March 2 - The Slackers
Sunday, March 20 - Rural Alberta Advantage
Thursday, March 31 - Akron/Family
Friday, April 1 - Men

Palladium Ballroom
Sunday, February 6 - P Diddy
Friday, March 25 - Prince Royce
Friday, April 8 - All Time Low, Yellowcard, Hey Monday, Summer Set
Saturday, April 16 - Avett Brothers

Pastime Tavern
Saturday, January 8 - Neeks, Binary Sunrise, Shiny Around The Edges
Saturday, January 15 - Sans Soleil, Eyes, Wings & Many Other Things
Saturday, January 22 - The River's Mouth, Fungi Girls, Static
Friday, January 28 - The Blurries, Balaclavas, Florene
Saturday, February 12 - Paul Slavens

PM Nightlife Lounge
Thursday, December 16 - Jacques Renaults
Friday, December 17 - DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown (Erykah Badu)

Poor David's Pub
Friday, January 7 - Achachay
Wednesday, January 26 - Dan Bern
Friday, January 28 - Honeybrowne

Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
Saturday, January 1 - Bear Witness, Inter Orbis, Skunk Ape
Friday, January 7 - West End Motel, Fiend Without A Face
Friday, January 21 - Tweak Bird
Friday, January 28 - Hex Dispensers, Mind Spiders
Saturday, February 12 - Shaolin Death Squad
Sunday, February 13 - Jonathan Richman
Thursday, April 14 - Captured By Robots

Sunday, February 13 - Lynch Mob

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